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For patients who require intensive rehabilitation, we offer inpatient physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech-language therapy in an 18-bed, all private room center at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and a 51-bed center at Medstar Good Samaritan Hospital. Additionally, PM&R operates a 13-bed unit at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center with specialization in geriatric and stroke rehabilitation.
Our Comprehensive Inpatient Integrated Rehabilitation Programs (CIIRP) are CARF-accredited and help patients prepare for independent living after they leave the hospital. The home-like setting allows patients the freedom to perform their own care with the guidance of a team of experts including physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, social workers, rehabilitation nurses, psychologists, dietitians, orthotists, and rehabilitation physicians (physiatrists).
Our inpatient rehabilitation programs include:
Our team works with every patient to create a care plan that identifies the patient’s abilities and needs and ensures the patient’s goals and concerns are addressed. We encourage family and friends to be involved in the patient’s care. Our nurses and therapists take time to make sure that patients and caregivers understand and are comfortable with their roles before leaving the hospital.
Your treatment team includes rehabilitation physicians, nurses, therapists and other health care professionals who work together to deliver the best possible care based on your unique needs.
Our 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 your individualized plan of care.
Our program's focus is to:
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.
Contact us us to initiate the preadmission process or to request an inpatient physician consultation or to have a non-hospitalized patient evaluated for admission.
To have a non-hospitalized patient evaluated for admission, contact us.
Patients will be evaluated by the Johns Hopkins rehabilitation consult team or the medical director and must meet the following criteria:
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