North Carolina State Veterans Home - Black Mountain

It is an honor and privilege to provide high-quality care to our nation's veterans, each and every day. As a member of the PruittHealth family of providers, we strive to deliver the same level of integrity and commitment that our veterans experienced and demonstrated while in service. We are certified by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, and we work in conjunction with the Department of Veterans Services to provide comprehensive, 24-hour care to aged and infirm veterans. Our services are provided under spacious accomodations in accordance with quality forms of care, such as skilled nursing, medical, dental, psychological, and therapeutic needs.

  • Medically Complex care including IV Therapy and Tracheotomy Care
  • Wound Care/Skin Integrity Services
  • Pain Management
  • Religious Services
  • Hospice Care
  • Eco-friendly Geo-thermal Heating and Cooling
  • Telephone Access
  • Meditation Room
  • Religious Services
  • Veterans Service Officer to Assist Veterans and Families in applying for VA Benefits
  • Licensed by the State of North Carolina and approved for Medicare,  Medicaid and Third-party Insurance
  • Volunteers and Group Involvement in Community
  • Special Programs Throughout the Year Honoring Veterans
  • All Private Rooms Designed in Neighborhoods with Homelike Atmosphere
  • 24-Hour Registered Nurses
  • Full Time Licensed Dietician
  • Aquatic Therapy
  • Fine Dining
  • Short Term Rehabilitation
  • Complete team of therapists in including physical, occupation and speech therapy
  • Secure Memory Support Unit
  • Bariatric Rooms
  • Transportation for Appointments and Activities
  • Large Courtyards with Scenic Mountain Views
  • Activities led by Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist
  • Cable Television
  • Private Dining Room and Parlors for Family Visits
  • Masters Level Social Worker​

​All patients are admitted, assigned a room and treated without regard to race, color, creed, age, handicap, national origin or payment classification. We will attempt to meet any special cultural or psychosocial requirements.

Upon admission, please bring the following with you:

 

  •  identification card(s)
  •  insurance cards and policies
  •  Medicare or Medicaid cards​
  •  living will, power of attorney or durable power of attorney
  •  health surrogate appointment
  •  copy of an organ donation request card​​

​During your stay, only a few personal items are needed, such as deodorant, toothbrush, shampoo, robe and slippers. Glasses or dentures must be in appropriately labeled storage containers. No electric appliances may be brought into the facility without prior approval from administration. We strongly suggest you leave valuables at home. The facility is not responsible for valuables or money kept in your room.​​