Success Stories

January 2018

Ms. Dorothy, lifelong Artesia resident, was admitted to San Pedro Nursing & Rehabilitation Facility following a hip repair. Through her dedicated efforts with Physical Therapy, and her unwavering determination, she returned home following her skilled stay at the facility. She stated that San Pedro was a ‘great place’, and she was ‘very pleased’ with the care she received.

The San Pedro Team wishes Dorothy continued health and happiness, and it was our pleasure to create memories with her while she was here.


December 2017

Danney K, San Pedro Success StoryDanney was admitted to San Pedro Nursing & Rehab Center the first week of October following a repair of his hip after a fall. After less than a month he completed his scheduled therapy programs and was successfully discharged home with improved mobility and pain free!

When asked about his stay at San Pedro, Danney said, “I met some great people during my stay here, and although I’m gonna miss you all, I’m excited to be going home!”

The San Pedro Team wishes Danney continued health and happiness! It was our pleasure to partner and create memories with you during your stay and we look forward to seeing you around town!


November 2017

Diane B came to San Pedro 3 months ago for wound care and rehabilitation. Her sparkling eyes, quick smile, and kind spirit made her easy to spot whether in the halls visiting with residents, or participating in activities in the dining room. Diane also enjoyed quiet moments from time to time, which she used for creating arts and crafts in her room. Staff and residents all agree that and Diane has a real talent for making beautiful piñata’s and intricate dreamcatchers.
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March 2017

My sweet 85-year-old mom came to San Pedro from a nursing facility in Texas four months ago. When she arrived, she was deeply depressed, did not speak unless spoken to and cried continuously. She was frightened and paranoid of everything and everyone. She had refused to eat or even drink water at the former facility, due to the lack of care she received.
Read More about Shelia D.’s Mother