“Mom was treated with love and respect. She was in another nursing home and had bed sores and 17 UTI. While at Hitz none of the above. The food was excellent and she had clean clothes and bathed on a regular basis. I would highly recommend keeping your loved ones at Hitz.” -Randy Weiss
Hitz Home Rehab and Skilled nursing facility is a faith-based, non-profit home located in Alhambra, Illinois. We offer a complete range of care including Rehabilitation and short and long term skilled nursing care.
Our goal is to make you feel at home. You may bring personal decor from home and decorate any way you’d like. Our facility is clean, inviting and friendly.
When you stay with us, we welcome you as part of our family.
We offer a wide range of services to meet your needs. Whether you need Rehabilitation, Skilled Nursing Care or Independent Senior Living, we have a home for you.
At Hitz Home, there's always something to do. Our staff makes sure your day has opportunities for entertainment and social events, or you can feel free to be on your own. Either way, at Hitz Home, we want you to feel at home.
Hitz Home is unique in so many ways.
What Really Makes Hitz Home Special?
Take a moment to watch our video. You'll get a glimpse into what it means to be part of our family. When you choose Hitz Home, you become part of our family and we welcome you as an honored guest in our home.
A nursing home unlike any other... a place to call home.
We are proud to be recognized as a US News & World Report 2016-2017 Best Nursing Home for the second year in a row. We at Hitz are proud of the hard work and dedication our staff provides our facility. Thank you for your continued support! US News & World Report
“People here care and make sure you’re doing okay. The environment is so peaceful… [it is] a calm place to work.”
“The staff immediately made Mom feel welcome and made her part of the family. What they have done has been miraculous.”
“The Hitz staff in all departments are friendly, compassionate, respectful, personable, encouraging, welcoming and empathetic.”