Meadowbrook Naperville

Located in the heart of Naperville, just minutes from Edward hospital, Meadowbrook Naperville is the post-hospital provider of choice in the area. Our person centered approach to healthcare allows for patients and their families to heal in an environment that is tailored to their needs. We recognize every aspect of your care.

We combine quality clinical programs and rehabilitation with the customer experience and personal attention every person deserves. At Meadowbrook we put the needs of our residents first. Whether the stay at Meadowbrook is for short term rehabilitation or an extended stay, our staff is here to make the transition as smoothas possible


720 Raymond Dr.
Naperville, IL 60563


(630) 355-0220


(630) 759-6925

Areas of Specialty

Because we are family, we understand the concerns and needs of your family in assuring that those you love enjoy a warm, friendly, and secure atmosphere reminiscent of their own homes. While our primary role is to provide for their healthcare, the comfort of every resident at Meadowbrook is equally important to us, because total well being includes peace of mind and personal security.

Private and Semi-Private Recovery Rooms

Large State of the Art Rehabilitation Gym

Pulmonary Rehab and Recovery

Wound Management Program

Cardiac Care and Recovery

Orthopedic Rehabilitation

In House Hemo and Peritoneal Dialysis

Long Term Care

Secured Memory Care Unit

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COVID-19 Update


We believe communication is an essential component of managing the COVID-19 crisis. As we continue to navigate this pandemic, our goal is to keep you informed about the measures we are taking to protect our residents and staff members, and to provide transparency regarding the number of positive coronavirus cases reported to local and state health department. These reporting sites are updated weekly and can be accessed through the Illinois Department of Public Health website.


Since February 2020, during the early stages of this pandemic, our staff has communicated regularly with the local health departments, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to implement all of the recommended strategies to contain the spread of COVID-19.  We are carefully adhering to all IDPH and CDC guidelines.


Each of our centers continues to practice and implement:

  • Strict visitation regulations
  • One point of entry, with screening protocols
  • Clinical and environmental infection control precautions in place
  • An adequate supply of PPE, including N95 masks
  • Strict hand washing and sanitizing protocols and procedures
  • Quarantine and isolation units and procedures
  • Protocols to regularly screen and monitor all residents and staff


Our care center was among the first nursing homes in the State to request testing for all residents and staff. In recent weeks, more tests have become available to nursing homes, yet there are still serious unmet testing needs. Increased testing protocols will likely translate to an increase in our reported cases. Unfortunately, asymptomatic carriers of this disease contribute to one of the most challenging aspects of COVID-19 for nursing homes because they unknowingly spread the disease.  In a contained environment, this is a profound problem.  Therefore, we strongly advocate for the frequent and rapid testing for nursing home residents and staff as a critical next step in managing this pandemic. We encourage all families and staff to reach out to your local and State representatives with the urgent plea to make testing available by all State and Federal Agencies for all nursing homes.


We are pleased and grateful to report that the overwhelming majority of our residents and staff remain safe and stable and many who initially tested positive for the virus have recovered. At the same time, we grieve along with the families who have lost a loved one and for our staff members who succumbed to this terrible virus.


In this time of uncertainty, we recognize the importance of connection with loved ones.  We also acknowledge the significant physical, psychological, and emotional toll this virus has taken and we will continue to support and encourage our residents to communicate with their family members and friends regularly, through the use of Skype, FaceTime calls, Zoom, phone calls, window visits or cards and notes, until it is safe to open our doors to in-person visits again. Please feel free to use the contact form below to request a call with your loved one.


We are proud of our frontline healthcare workers and we are indebted to everyone who is going above and beyond to care for your loved one during this unprecedented health crisis.  They are truly heroes.  We will use this page to provide updates. We will continue to do everything we can to protect your loved one.


Please remember we are stronger together…and we will prevail.