Inpatient Rehabilitation

Acute Rehabilitation will be provided to patients who need more intensive rehabilitation.

The patient is admitted to the hospital until released. Care in the acute rehabilitation setting is delivered through an interdisciplinary team process focused on functional deficits and practical and achievable outcomes.

Our aim is to assist the patient through the entire rehabilitation journey, and to enable them to achieve a function at the highest possible level of independence and productivity. This may include progressing the patient to the next level of care in the rehabilitation continuum.

Care at SRH is always Patient Centered. Our patients present with a variety of diagnoses, which may include but are not limited to: Cardiovascular Accident, Traumatic Brain Injury and Non-Traumatic Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury or Disease, Amputation, Trauma, Orthopedic, Arthritis, and Neurological Disorders. Services are provided by Physiatrists, Rehabilitation Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech and Language Pathologists’, Recreational Therapists’; Social Service/Case Manager.

Additional services are provided as needed. Contractual and/or referral services may include but not limited to: Dietary, Diabetic Education, Audiology, Orthotics and Prosthetics, Neuropsychologists, Psychiatry, Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling, Rehabilitation Engineering. Care is provided in a variety of locations throughout the hospital.

Day Rehabilitation

This service is designed for patients who no longer require to be an inpatient at SRH, but still need intensive rehabilitation care. The service includes a therapeutic program that is structured and developed to ensure optimal outcome to assist patients to graduate into a productive and contributing environment at home, work and the community. 2-3 hours’ intensive therapy.

Care in the outpatient rehabilitation setting is delivered through an interdisciplinary team process focused on functional deficits and practical and achievable outcomes. Our aim is to assist the patient through the entire rehabilitation journey, and to enable them to achieve a function at the highest possible level of independence and productivity. This may include progressing the patient to the next level of care in the rehabilitation continuum.

Care at SRH is always Patient Centered. Our patients present with a variety of diagnoses, which may include but are not limited to: Cardiovascular Accident, Traumatic Brain Injury and Non-Traumatic Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury or Disease, Amputation, Trauma, Orthopedic, Arthritis, and Neurological Disorders. Services are provided by specialized Rehabilitation Nurses and aides, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech and Language Pathologists’, Recreational Therapists’; Social Service/Case Manager; Physiatrists, Medical Director of Rehabilitation Services.

Additional services are provided as needed. Contractual and/or referral services may include but not limited to: Dietary, Diabetic Education, Audiology, Orthotics and Prosthetics, Neuropsychologists, Psychiatry, Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling,

Outpatient Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation in an outpatient setting will be provided to patients who do not need hospitalization, however, will benefit from continued rehabilitation services. Less complex therapy will be provided and it may not have a multidisciplinary approach.

Subacute Rehabilitation

Our subacute rehabilitation service is focused on patients who no longer require acute medical care, but may require continued medical management. Subacute rehabilitation provides an outcome-focused, interdisciplinary approach to help patients achieve maximum independence in activities for daily living (ADL)/ The goal is to work with patients and their families to ensure a smooth transition to the next level of care.

Transitional Care or Long-Term Rehabilitation:

People who no longer require acute or subacute rehabilitation, will enter this service. The type of patients may include individuals who have multiple medical issues:

  • Provides less than three hours of therapy a day
  • Therapy is provided 5‐6 days per week.
  • Length of stay is at least 25 days.
  • RN staff is available 24 hours a day
  • Focus is on medical management of chronic medical conditions.
  • Patients require skilled nursing care- some of the following conditions will be addressed in this domain:
    • Ventilator Dependent
    • Minimal consciousness
    • Multiple comorbidities
    • Degenerative disease
    • Various types of progressive diseases
    • Wound Care