Professional, compassionate, 24/7 skilled nursing is available for residents as well as non-residents. At The Mission at Blue Skies East, and at The Vista at Blue Skies West, you’ll find long-term care, short-term rehab, rehab-to-home and hospice care provided in modern settings. Living areas are spacious and sunny, and genuinely caring professionals – including physicians and nurse practitioners, nurses, therapists, a dietitian and social worker – attentively serve each individual’s needs. The Mission is built on the neighborhood nursing model, with suites clustered around neighborhood common spaces to increase social interaction and add a residential feel. A variety of insurance, as well as Medicare, is accepted.

Compassionate professional care.

  • Long-term care
  • Short-term rehab
  • Bed-and-breakfast style accommodations
  • Private rooms with private baths
  • Companion suites with private baths
  • Fully furnished rooms, with flat-screen TVs and cable
  • Modern living amenities include salon, spa and wi-fi
  • Customized physical, occupational and speech therapy
  • Dedicated rehabilitation training kitchen and bathroom
  • Therapeutic healing gardens
  • Medicare-approved treatment programs
  • Licensed by the State of Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services

Find answers. To learn more about long-term care, short-term rehab, rehab-to-home or hospice at San Antonio’s Blue Skies of Texas, complete the information request on this page or call 1-210-568-5257.

Frequently Asked Questions

Skilled nursing is the right choice for those who require long-term, 24/7 medical care, but don’t have the acute needs that make hospitalization necessary.

While the care delivered is comparable, it’s the difference in settings that distinguishes one from the other. In a nursing home, the resident under care lives in community with others who are also in skilled nursing. In a CCRC like Blue Skies, the skilled nursing resident has the benefit of the broader community – including its range of amenities and programs, and the social milieu of the independent living and assisted living population – to enrich the experience of daily living.

Assisted living offers care customized to individuals’ needs to keep them as independent as possible. Comprehensive skilled nursing provides an even higher level of clinical care, whether the need is for more hands-on assistance with routine activities or rehabilitation services.