The Laurels is committed to effective communication during this unprecedented time in our history. We regularly apprise guests, families, and associates to changes in facility status and policy as needed and as deemed appropriate.
We have been humbled by the support we’ve received from the local community and we truly appreciate everyone’s continued cooperation and understanding. For more information and resources regarding COVID-19, see the COVID-19 Resources page.
A Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
The Laurels of Milford is a 136-bed skilled nursing facility conveniently located in Milford, Ohio, close to I-275 and just 16 miles east from downtown Cincinnati. Our facility promotes the highest level of care and quality of life for both short-term and long-term guests.
We pride ourselves on the continuity of care available to guests of our facility through individualized programs designed to meet their specific needs. We excel at short-term respite and hospice care, as well as short-term rehabilitation. And if you are rehabilitating with us, you can rest assured your therapist is working with your physician to design a plan that will get you back in the game as quickly as possible.
If you plan to make The Laurels of Milford your long-term home, you will see that we consider it an honor and a privilege to have you with us. Our guests receive excellent daily medical care from our talented nursing staff, while the remainder of our staff offers events, activities and opportunities that keep life interesting, satisfying and purposeful.
It is all made possible by something that is unique to us: The Laurel Way of Caring. This philosophy ensures guests consistently will be offered the dignity, respect, companionship and compassion due to any member of our Laurel family.
We provide a complete range of services for patients that are unable to return home after a hospitalization. Our programs provide a safe transition from hospital to home with a depth of services that typically can not be provided through home health care or by family members.Learn More
Extended and long-term care stays are appropriate for individuals that require greater levels of care and support than can be provided at home or within an independent living setting. Our guests typically need assistance with their daily activities due to physical and/or cognitive limitations.Learn More
Short-term respite stays offer a family or caregiver a short-term reprieve from the demands of around-the-clock care. Our twenty-four hour nursing care at our skilled nursing facilities assures that all medications are taken on time and any necessary medical treatments are provided.Learn More
Palliative care provides comprehensive symptom management along with guest and family support when cure-oriented treatment is no longer possible or desired. Within a palliative plan of care, emphasis is placed on guest comfort and emotional well-being.Learn More
You are sure to enjoy your fine dining experience with us. We are proud of our nutritious and appetizing meals serviced in a fine dining atmosphere. Our dining philosophy enables you to experience the service and selections you would expect in a nice restaurant.Learn More
We can bring joy to your life through companionship, activities, and laughter. We will establish an individualized activity program and you will receive a monthly calendar that features all of the scheduled events, times and locations so you can plan your activities in advance.Learn More
All staff members were nothing but friendly, outgoing and made me feel right at home. I give extra thanks to the nursing and therapy departments for pushing me so I could become stronger to endeavor my upcoming family vacation!
The transition from coming from the hospital to The Laurels has been nothing but wonderful. A Laurels staff member came out to put a face to my father's name and was very helpful with all our questions. When we arrived the staff greeted us right away and made him feel right at home.
Communication is excellent. unfortunately I'm unable to be with my loved one all the time, but the nursing staff always notifies me of any changes.