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Inpatient Rehabilitation

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The Johns Hopkins Bayview Rehabilitation Unit is a 28-bed unit that provides comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation. Located in the John R. Burton Pavilion and part of the Medical Center's Specialty Hospital Programs, the unit is accredited by the Joint Commission, as well as the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). CARF accreditation has been awarded for both the adult medical and stroke specialty inpatient rehabilitation programs.

An individualized treatment plan is developed with the input of the patient and his or her family utilizing an interdisciplinary approach that helps people regain function, become as independent as possible and return to a community setting.

The rehabilitation staff cares for patients ages 18 and older from Baltimore and surrounding Maryland counties. The unit does not serve patients with acute traumatic brain and acute spinal cord injuries; however, we can refer elsewhere for these services.

A continuum of care is available to patients after discharge. Home-based, outpatient rehabilitation and adult day care services can be arranged for those who qualify.

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