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Our hospital has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Disease-Specific Care Certification in stroke rehabilitation.
Our hospital has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Disease-Specific Care Certification in amputee rehabilitation.
Our hospital has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Disease-Specific Care Certification in hip fracture rehabilitation.
This hospital may not treat all conditions.View all of the programs offered throughout our national footprint.
We are focused on two things: the progress our patients make and the outcomes they achieve. This is evidenced by our industry-leading performance scores.
We want you to get better, and to make that happen, we need to know where you began. Upon arrival at one of our hospitals, we will measure how much help you need to perform basic skills – this is called your Functional Outcome Measures. Your rehabilitation team will review these with you, set challenging but attainable goals, and design a treatment plan to help you meet your specific goals. Before you leave the hospital, we will rescore your Functional Outcome Measures assessment to see how much you’ve improved, determine how well you have met your goals, and provide you the materials and training you need to continue your progress after you leave the hospital.
Our nurses deliver specialized, around-the-clock care that is crucial on a patient’s journey to recovery.
Our physical therapists help patients increase their physical function, mobility, strength, balance and safety by designing specialized testing and exercises.
Our occupational therapists design activity-based therapy to promote a patient’s independence in self-care, home management and work skills.
Our independent private-practice physicians and medical directors have specialized training and experience in rehabilitation medicine, and provide close clinical oversight for each patient and their treatment plan.
Our respiratory therapists help our patients with their lungs and respiratory system when their breathing is affected by injury or surgery.
Our speech-language pathologists help patients overcome communication disorders, speech challenges and swallowing problems.
Our dietary and nutritional counselors oversee each patient’s meals to make sure they receive the proper nutrition during and after treatment.
Our case managers coordinate care plans with our clinical teams, patients and loved ones to ensure all needs are met and any questions are answered.