The Windsor Experience. The Right Choice.
Windsor Park Care Center of Fremont is a skilled nursing facility which provides short-term, long-term and rehabilitation services and strives to help our residents increase their independence and reach their highest level of functionality.
Windsor Park was founded on a fundamental guiding principle: Your loved one is somebody special who deserves the very best and who will be treated with the utmost respect and dignity.
What makes Windsor Park unique and separates us from other facilities is the ability to provide person-centered care with a loving touch. This is accomplished by having attentive and caring staff assembled.
The rehab team at Windsor Park have well qualified physical, occupational and speech therapists who work with some of the most complex post-surgical care needs and have helped countless severe stroke patients restore to their highest level of function. We look forward to caring for you or your loved ones needs and appreciate your trust in allowing us to care for you.
- Best-in-class wound care and rehabilitation department (all our treatment nurses are wound certified).
- We are known for our great wound care, therapy care, and IV care
- All beds are Medicare and Medicaid certified.
- Medical director and physicians review each resident throughout their stay.
- Our residents love the home like setting.
- Our rehab department includes: Physical Therapy, Occupational
- Therapy and Speech-Language Pathology.
- Every room has a TV, cable, WiFi access and telephone hookups.
- Admissions are processed 24/7.
- Administrator – Preet Mohar
- Director of Nursing – Stephanie Hua
- Business Development – Lowella Paulines
- Social Services Director – Kim Cobbs
- Director of Rehabilitation – Prachi Gudadhe
“I was so delighted to hear my father is ready to go home! I would like to express my appreciation for your hard work in helping him get well fast, especially the physical therapies. I am also thankful for your creative ways in communicating with him so he can understand and follow.” – David C.
“Our family thanks you for the excellent care you gave our mother during her time here at Windsor. Your loving care and respect given to Mom and to all of us is much appreciated. God bless you.” – Sue C.
“Thank you so much for being there for us during our loss. The service you extended to our father during his LONG stay in your facility is highly appreciated. Our best regards and love.” – The Powers Family.
“I would like to acknowledge the staff of Windsor for a job well done! Because of them, I am able to walk again and I am feeling better, each time I am here.” – Cecillo D.
“We would like to express our sincere gratitude to you for having our mother under your care. A special thanks to Carmen for her outstanding care and compassion towards my mother, and for becoming a familiar face to her in a home full of strangers. We appreciate everything you’ve done for her. Thank you for your services.” – Rowena I.
“Windsor Management must be very proud of their staff. All of them may “just be doing their job” but it takes special people to perform the taskes required in a SNF. The CNAs at Windsor are very special indeed. There was not one person, from the front office to the maintenance staff, to the laundry and cleaning ladies who did not greet and treat us with kindness and thoughtfulness… We will always remember Windsor Park fondly and recommend it to others for the great services and great therapy personnel. Thank you all for caring.” – Philip H.
“This letter is long overdue. When Stanford Hospital gave me a list of facilities to choose from, I chose Windsor Park without hesitations. I was admitted to your facility on November 09, 2015 and was so flattered by the enthusiasm I received from your staff. Most of the staff still remember me, it was three (3) ago the last time I stayed in your facility. I would like to let you know that you have great staff running your business. And I would also would to acknowledge all the staff that was very helpful during my stay, they made it feel like home to me.”