Long-Term Care and Skilled Nursing in McLean, VA
Customized care with genuine compassion.
Arleigh Burke Pavilion at Vinson Hall Retirement Community is the only community in McLean that offers 24-hour skilled nursing care. Our team approach means we’ll spend time getting to know your loved one. That way, we’re better able to provide the highest-quality care that meets each person’s needs and personal preferences.
Other advantages of choosing Arleigh Burke Pavilion skilled nursing facility include:
- Ongoing assessments to optimize care plans
- Customized menus and snack selections
- Physician-ordered rehabilitation
The right activities
Our skilled nursing calendar offers appropriate activities to promote joy and self-fulfillment.
“We emphasize to residents that this is their place, their home.” — Director of Nursing
Services & Amenities
- 3 meals plus snacks per day
- Housekeeping services
- Engaging on-site activities
- Medication Management
- Assistance with bathing, dressing, dining, and personal car
- Beauty and barber shop onsite
To learn more about our skilled nursing services, please complete the form on this page. We’ll be in touch with you shortly.
Frequently Asked Questions About Skilled Nursing
Who can live at Arleigh Burke Pavilion?
Arleigh Burke Pavilion skilled nursing is open to all community members. No military affiliation is required. Preference for open suites will be given to residents currently residing in Vinson Hall Retirement Community.
What do the fees cover?
Arleigh Burke Pavilion skilled nursing has bundled pricing, which means all the services are wrapped into one cost. There are no hidden costs or fees. The monthly fee covers the fully furnished private suite, three meals per day plus snacks, personal care, FiOS TV, telephone, Wi-Fi, linen service, housekeeping, activities, and medication management. Medicare will pay for a qualified stay. Most long-term care insurance policies will cover a portion of the daily rate.
What services are available at an additional cost?
Arleigh Burke Pavilion has its own beauty salon, which is fee for service. Outings off campus to a restaurant or a museum would be an additional cost. Residents are also able to have Medicare B therapy and hospice support.
What is the difference between Nursing Care and assisted living?
The Sylvestery is a secure, licensed assisted living community that specializes in providing care and support to those dealing with a diagnosis of dementia. Residents living in a memory care community must have a diagnosis of a serious cognitive impairment. All staff members have additional training to care for and communicate with residents who have dementia. Assisted living residences, like Arleigh Burke Pavilion assisted living, primarily support individuals who need help with their daily living activities (bathing, dressing, toileting) and their instrumental activities of daily living (housekeeping, meal preparation, medication management).
Can my loved one receive hospice care in nursing care?
Yes, hospice can care for residents at any location within Vinson Hall Retirement Community.
What is respite care?
Respite care is a temporary stay in a community while a primary caregiver is away on vacation, recovering from a health concern, or simply needs caregiving relief. When suites are available, Arleigh Burke Pavilion can offer respite stays. A minimum stay of 30 days is required.
Can you describe the admission process?
The first step in the admission process is to complete and submit the application form and application fee. We can provide this to you — please call us at 703-538-2975, or fill out the form on this page. Once your application has been approved, other documentation is needed, which includes:
- A health check and physical form completed by your doctor
- A TB screen
- A medication and diagnosis listing
- An interview with our clinical manager
- Payment of the community fee