Persons admitted to the Inpatient Rehabilitation unit:
- Have a qualifying diagnosis. Some common reasons for admission include stroke, head injury, lower limb amputations, hip fractures, multiple sclerosis and joint replacement surgeries.
- Have the developmental maturity to participate in an adult rehabilitation program; generally 17 years of age or older
- Have significant functional impairments, generally including functional limitations in mobility and activities of daily living.
- Have the cognitive ability/potential to learn
- Require 24 hour rehabilitation nursing care
- Require physician oversight/treatment of medical conditions and coordination of overall care
- Have medical needs that are manageable in the rehabilitation and do not preclude participation in intensive therapy
- Require 3 hours of therapy at least 5 days per week, are willing and have the ability to tolerate intensive rehab
- Have the potential to make meaningful, functional progress
- Have the potential to return home or to a community setting upon completion of their rehabilitation program
- Have authorization from a pay or source as appropriate
- Must not be dependent upon mechanical ventilation
We accept referrals from physicians, nurses, other healthcare providers and patients or families. When someone other than a physician makes a referral, the staff will work with the patient's health care provider for approval to move forward with the screening process.
To make a referral, please contact us at:
(360) 493-4402 or fax a referral to (360) 493-4457