The Comprehensive Inpatient Medical Rehabilitation Program helps patients in their recovery from an illness or trauma that interferes with their ability to move, think and/or care for themselves. Individualized treatment is provided for a variety of disorders:
- Brain injury
- Multiple trauma
- Neurological diseases (examples: Guillain-Barre, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease)
- Complex orthopedic
- Spinal cord injuries (SCI) – traumatic and non-traumatic
The center provides a full range of inpatient services and programs, using a team approach to assist patients in maximizing their potential. The patient and his or her family members work with the rehab team to create an individualized team care plan following an evaluation of the patient’s condition.
Read more about the Comprehensive Inpatient Medical Rehab program outcomes.
The peer visitation program is an integral part of the patient’s stay. Former patients volunteer to provide support to patients and their families during the hospital stay. Volunteers are paired with patients according to the similarity of injury or illness.
Education for stroke patients
Patients attend a series of classes taught by various members of the rehabilitation team. Topics include: stroke risk factors, prevention, nutrition, safety, identification of depression, stress relief measures and many other subjects. Family members are encouraged to attend.
Patients with other diagnoses receive education by team members on topics specific to their individual condition and needs.