Making sure you have the proper therapy is vital. Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation provides these additional services that are not available at most skilled nursing facilities:

  • Assessments from a rehabilitation physician 5 times a week
  • Specialized, trained rehabilitation nursing staff and clinicians, which include:
    • Physiatrist
    • Psychologist
    • Nurses with training and certification in Rehabilitation Nursing (CRRN)
    • Recreational Therapist
    • Speech/Language Pathologist
    • Occupational Therapist
    • Physical Therapist
  • A minimum of 3 hours of therapy daily which results in less time in the hospital
  • On-site Radiology and Laboratory
  • 24-hour RN staffing
  • PM&R physician (doctors specializing in physical rehab medicine)
  • Weekly interdisciplinary team meetings
  • Prosthetic & orthotic services
  • Extensive family/caregiver training
  • Wheelchair Clinic
  • Specialized equipment specific to you diagnosis
  • Home evaluations as needed
  • Transition planning for safe discharge
  • No 3-day acute care admission prior to hospitalization required
  • Pool therapy

You may want to consider Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation to improve your quality of life. For more information, please call: (850) 494-6169, (850) 494-6176 or (850) 494-5131.

Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation vs. Long Term Acute Care Facility

Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation offers some of the same services as an LTAC, i.e.

  • IV therapy
  • Wound care
  • 24 Hour respiratory therapy
  • Occupational/Physical/Speech therapy
  • Tracheostomy care
  • Clinical dietician
  • 24-hour radiology & laboratory services
  • PEG tube care/education
  • Dialysis (with approval)

Listed below are additional services acute inpatient rehab offers that an LTAC does not routinely provide:

  • Assessment from a Rehabilitation Physician 5 times a week
  • Rehabilitation-focused care
  • A minimum of 3 hours of therapy daily
  • Specialized equipment specific to your diagnosis
  • Short-term intensive rehabilitation
  • Time in hospital based on your functional improvement
  • Psychologist on site
  • Recreational therapy
  • Diabetic education to prepare for discharge
  • Extensive family training
  • Family members can stay with you in select cases
  • Pool therapy

You may want to consider Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation to improve your quality of life. For more information, please call: (850) 494-6169, (850) 494-6176 or (850) 494-5131.