The care you need to get back home.
Inpatient rehab services are for people of all ages who no longer need hospital care, but would benefit from additional therapy and care before returning home following injury, illness or surgery. This therapy can be a critical step to help you transition from the hospital to your home as safely as possible.
Our Medicare-certified inpatient rehab programs feature therapy gyms and include physical and occupational therapy and speech-language pathology.Contact us for more information
While services vary at our locations, most of our specialty programs include:
- Orthopedic rehabilitation
- Stroke rehabilitation
- Personalized functional mobility training
- Fall recovery and prevention
- Balance training
- Dysphagia therapy
- Cognitive therapy
- Wound care
- Pain management
- Post-cardiac rehabilitation
- IV therapy
- General physical strengthening
Many locations offer private rooms and other amenities, which may include:
- Physician services
- Certified nurse practitioners
- IV therapy
- 24-hour RN care
- Care planning with qualified social workers
- Individualized discharge planning for safe transition home
- Occupational and physical therapy and speech-language pathology
- Clinical outcome results
- Continuum of care to meet additional care needs
- Non-denominational services and devotions
- Restaurant-style dining room
- Free Wi-Fi
As you consider your rehab therapy options, keep these three things in mind:
You have the right to choose where you go.
Your doctor may have some recommendations, but don’t be afraid to research on your own, or ask to go to a different location. No matter where you choose to go, you should feel in control of the process.
Your therapy program should be about you.
A good inpatient rehab team will make sure your therapy program matches your needs, and talk you through the reasons for each exercise. If you have specific tasks you want to be able to do again, or if you’re hesitant about a particular exercise, let your therapists know. Your wants, needs, and fears should be acknowledged and respected.
Finding the right therapists to help you is just as important as where you go for therapy.
Regaining your strength can be challenging. You may feel frustrated or exhausted along the way. Choose an inpatient rehab team that offers patience and compassion, but also pushes you to reach your goals.
Inpatient Rehabilitation FAQ
As you recover, you want to know what steps are next and how you’re progressing. A good therapy team will encourage you, listen to your frustrations and cheer your successes every step of the way.
Knowing your options, and what to look for when it comes to inpatient rehabilitation, can help you get back to where you want to be: home.
What is inpatient rehabilitation?
Inpatient rehabilitation — sometimes known as rehabilitation therapy, subacute or transitional care — is care you receive following a hospitalization.
Inpatient rehabilitation usually focuses on speech, physical and occupational therapies.
The goal of post-hospital therapies is to help you regain lost function — or learn compensation tactics specific to your needs — so you can return to everyday life as safely as possible.
Where can I get inpatient rehabilitation services?
If you have Medicare coverage, there are some designations for where inpatient rehab can take place. Nursing homes, rehabilitation centers and long-term care hospitals can offer this care, as can home health agencies.
Inpatient rehab is available to people of all ages in various settings. Be sure to check with your insurance and Medicare policies about coverage for your post-hospital care.
Read more: Medicare FAQs
Why should I choose the Good Samaritan Society for my rehabilitation?
At the Good Samaritan Society, we don't think therapy should be "one size fits all." Your inpatient therapy program will be created just for you. With us, your individual goals — physical, emotional, and spiritual — are our goals, too.
We'll do everything we can to help you recover as quickly and comfortably as possible, with all the support you need.
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