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A Customer-Centered & Goal-Oriented Approach to Recovery

Promontory Point Rehabilitation (PPR) provides post-acute care in a distinct environment. Today’s healthcare consumers demand care delivery beyond the current long-term care approach. In fact, the majority of those qualified for a Medicare short-stay choose to go home despite safety concerns, due to the undesirable alternatives. Also, many physicians avoid recommending a long-term care facility because of the frequent dissatisfaction of prior patients.

Transitional care is for patients who require a regimen of therapy or skilled nursing care following an acute hospital stay. It is ideal for patients who no longer need to be in a hospital but are not ready to go home. We care for adults of all ages who are recovering from surgery, illness or injury, which include: orthopedic surgery, stroke, cardiac or open heart surgeries, heart disease, amputations, diabetes, patient’s requiring IV or wound care, dialysis patients, post-operative observations, plastic surgery recovery, and recovery from an acute or extended illness.

Promontory Point Rehabilitation has the clinical skill sets to manage these post-acute issues and allow the patient to navigate the course home in a short period of time. The Promontory Point Rehabilitation mission is to provide the greatest transitional rehabilitation and skilled nursing care experience in a distinct 5-star setting.

Promontory Point Rehabilitation does not discriminate against anyone on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability or age.


Randy Chambers,  Executive Director


Chelsee Brown, RN, Director of Nursing

Chelsee Brown was born in Salt Lake City, Utah and raised in Preston, Idaho until the age of 11 which she then moved to Chandler, Arizona. At the age 16, she moved to Idaho Falls and graduated High School in 2004. Chelsee met the love of her life in 2007 and married a year later. They have 3 busy children who are active in competitive sports, enjoy playing with their shih tzu Bandit, and two cats Cuddles and Ice Cream. Chelsee attended Eastern Idaho Technical College to receive her medical training, including her Certified Nursing Assistant certificate, Licensed Practical Nursing degree, and completion as a Registered Nurse. After graduating, she worked in a Skilled Nursing Facility for 8 years starting as a floor nurse, working her way up to Assist Director of Nursing. Chelsee joined our team at Promontory Point Rehabilitation early 2021 as the Director of Nursing. Chelsee enjoys spending time with family, crafting, camping, riding dirt bikes, scuba diving and traveling to new places with her family. She has found her passion in caring for the geriatric population.