Inpatient Rehabilitation

Also known as: Sub-Acute Rehabilitation

Receiving therapy as soon as possible after a heart attack, head injury, stroke or joint replacement reduces your recovery time and gets you home faster and safer. Physicians and insurance companies also benefit from a therapist's evaluation of your physical ability to help determine the next step in your care.

Our inpatient and sub-acute rehabilitation team includes physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists. Together with nursing and social services staff, the rehab team designs a plan of care with the goal of getting you to the least restrictive residential or care environment as soon as possible.

Inpatient therapy is focused on giving you the skills and support to stay at home after leaving the hospital. Therapy often revolves around improving mobility and self-care skills such as dressing, bathing, feeding and toileting. Our approach also includes ensuring that families feel prepared to meet ongoing care needs after you go home.

Many of our inpatient hospital-based rehabilitation programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). CARF standards of care allow Providence to maintain high quality, valuable rehabilitation services for every patient.

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