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Our Facility Provides More Than Just a Comfortable Environment

Regents Park of Boca Raton is an 80,000-square-foot building in operation by our family since 1991. The facility is situated on a 10-acre plot of land surrounded by trees and lush tropical landscaping. Windows look out from all resident rooms and perimeter hallways onto our gardens.

The building itself has many advantages — including the fact that it’s a one-story structure. That means no waiting at elevators to get to rooms, any of our four dining areas, our ice cream parlor or beauty salon, activity centers or . . . well, anywhere.

We also have in-wall oxygen in our short-term rehab unit just like hospitals do, meaning noisy bedside oxygen-delivery machines that disrupt sleep in most nursing homes simply aren’t a factor here.


What other features does our building include? Take a look, then come for a tour:

What goes on inside the building — rehabilitation, activities, nursing care, meal service and more — is obviously important. But we thought you’d like to know that the building itself is designed to ensure not just comfort and ease in getting around, but an environment intended to bring the structure as close to a home-like setting as we could possibly make it.


Lush Gardens Nurture the Spirit and Help Recovery at Regents Park Boca

It’s a busy world and distractions abound. The idea of “stopping to smell the roses” sounds like a good idea, but how often can most people follow through — particularly if their world is upset by illness or the impact of a painful surgery?

At Regents Park of Boca Raton, we get it. We understand how tough it is to separate a troubled world from a peaceful world. And, as a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility, we put a huge premium on peace of mind and the beauty of nature that help make that peace possible. In fact, it’s one of the driving forces behind the lush gardens that wind their way throughout our 10-acre grounds. Indeed, it’s difficult to look out a resident room or walk through a hallway and not see garden, not to mention the birds and butterflies that visit. Our thinking? A beautiful outdoors should match the beauty of the indoors in our one-story building.

But there’s more to our gardens than beauty. Studies at the U.S Department of Health & Human Services’ National Institutes of Health show that having access to gardens has particular health and emotional benefits for the elderly — the primary people Regents Park Boca serves in its 180-bed facility. Scientists report that garden settings can help reduce pain, enhance attention, lessen stress, and improve sleep.

Of course, gardens on their own might be beautiful, but ensuring that people can actually stroll through them or sit in a shaded area for a beverage is important, too. Our gardens have tables and other sitting areas because we want residents, friends and family members to have reason to stay a while. Now and then we feature events in and around our garden areas. Over time we’ve also added fountains.Our goal, always, is to include of the components intended to fulfill our motto of “rehab, recover, relax.” We’ve been doing that since our founding here in 1991. We don’t intend to stop now. As a matter of fact, we might just plant something new right now.

Contact Us Today or Stop in for a Tour

On May 6th 2013 I entered Regents Park as a patient. The care I received in general was very good. However, I was most impressed with the Occupational and Physical Therapy I received. The entire staff was pleasant and helpful, but I have special thanks for Jennifer and Daniella, who were kind, considerate, and firm.

‐ Wilma Bitterman
6363 Verde Trail
Boca Raton, FL 33433
| (561) 483-9282