The Right Care for You
Our Comprehensive Integrated Inpatient Rehabilitation (CIIR) Program is located within our hospital building. As a result, we are able to provide our patients with rehabilitation care and acute care services all under one roof - and so can offer continuous and comprehensive expert care.
When choosing a rehabilitation center, patients and families should consider whether the facility has all the services they may need. Our combination of rehabilitation programs and general hospital care ensures that almost everything a patient may need is available. For example, should an emergency or complication arise, intensive and cardiac care units are close by. In addition, we provide radiation oncology services, full imaging capabilities, renal dialysis and respiratory therapy for ventilator patients.
Our rehabilitation team also works closely with our world-renowned orthopedic surgeons to help ensure that all of our hip and knee replacement patients regain their freedom from the debilitating pain of arthritis. Our expert surgeons routinely visit patients at the rehabilitation center to assess their progress and offer support.
Our complete spectrum of rehabilitation services also includes: support groups, home healthcare services, and additional follow-up care. Quite simply, we find this winning combination of rehabilitation expertise, support programs, and medical and surgical services best for our patients and their families.
Who makes up your treatment team?
Our dedicated team of doctors, nurses, therapists, and other healthcare professionals design individualized plans of care to meet each patient's needs. You can be assured that your good health and welfare are at the center of all they do.
Helping you reach your goals
A Comprehensive Integrated Inpatient Rehabilitation Program makes use of the "team approach" for your benefit. Your treatment team will carefully consider your needs and capabilities, and then - along with your input - develop an individualized plan of care.
Our program places emphasis on:
- Providing the highest level of medical and nursing care
- Helping you regain independence by teaching you new ways to do such 'self-supportive' tasks as laundry, cooking and cleaning
- Teaching you the 'activities of daily living' (or ADLs) - such as dressing, grooming, bathing, etc. - to help you resume your normal quality of life
- Assisting with communication skills
- Providing patient and family education, counseling and training
- Dealing with the psychosocial issues that frequently occur after illness or injury
- Developing an appropriate, ongoing plan of care which will help keep you well, even after you're discharged
You make the difference
Though your team of caregivers will support you throughout your recovery, the progress you make depends largely on you. Your hard work and participation are crucial to your ultimate success.
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