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Inpatient Acute Rehabilitation

Every year, the Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit helps hundreds of people who have experienced serious physical disabilities as a result of:

  • Stroke (cerebral vascular accidents)
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Multiple traumas
  • Organ transplantations
  • Burns
  • Orthopedic conditions
  • Arthritis
  • Amputations
  • Neurological diseases
  • Musculoskeletal conditions


About the Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit

We offer a comfortable 20-bed unit, with both single and double rooms, that offers 24-hour care within the hospital. We have up-to-date therapeutic facilities and equipment, including a therapy gym and a furnished "living skills" apartment.

woman walking with husband in hospital room

PT gym

A multidisciplinary team of physical, occupational, and rehabilitation inpatient specialists put together an individualized plan to ease your transition from hospital to home. Once you leave the Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit, we may transition your care to our outpatient services group depending on your health care needs.

We care about you and the quality of care we deliver to our patients, every day.

Dr. and NP talking to patient and looking over chart