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.
Monte Jones, Executive Director
Monte Jones is the Executive Director at Promontory Point Rehabilitation. As Executive Director, he oversees the day to day operations at Promontory Point Rehabilitation. He has 17 years of professional experience, seven of those years in healthcare. Monte is a graduate of Idaho State University. He is an active member of the Idaho Health Care Association, a non-profit organization dedicated to skilled nursing and assisted living centers. Monte is passionate about quality healthcare and helping patients to reach their highest potential. Outside of work, Monte enjoys play sports, reading books, traveling to new places and spending time with his wife and four children. He has also served in his community in Kiwanis and volunteer tennis coach for the local high school.
Jennifer McPherson, RN, Director of Nursing
Jennifer McPherson was born in Caribou, Maine and moved to Glendive, Montana at the age of 2 where she was raised and lived for many years before moving to Idaho in 2001. Jennifer attended Miles City Community College of Nursing and graduated in 1996 with an Associate’s Degree in Registered Nursing. After graduation she worked in the community hospital and clinic setting for 5 years as an RN. After moving to Idaho, she spent time as an Assistant Director of Nursing at Rexburg Nursing and Rehab for a year before becoming the Director of Nursing at Idaho Falls Care Center in 2003. Since that time, she has worked as a Director of Nursing in skilled nursing facilities in Wyoming, North Dakota and Idaho. Jennifer recently joined our team at Promontory Point in July as the Director of Nursing. Prior to obtaining her nursing degree she and her husband, Mike, owned a farm in Eastern Montana which they sold in 1998. After selling the farm they started a general construction company specializing in commercial and residential construction which they continue to operate.
Jennifer met her husband on a blind date and married him a year later. They have raised 6 children and have 22 grandchildren who are the love of their lives. Jennifer is an avid quilter and enjoys making quilts for her family, flower gardening, and spending time with her grandchildren and spending time with her teacup Yorkie named “Bella”. She and her husband enjoy going for drives in the country and traveling to new places.