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We continue to monitor COVID-19 cases in our area and providers will notify you if there are scheduling changes. Please continue to call your providers with health concerns. We are providing in-person care and telemedicine appointments.

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Middle-aged, rehabilitation patient playing Nintendo Wii

The rehabilitation unit provides comprehensive inpatient, team-based rehabilitation with the goal of improving the health, function and well being of our patients. A team of experts, including an on-site physical medicine and rehabilitation physician, works together to help patients regain function, become as independent as possible and return to a community setting.

Admission criteria:

  • 18 years and older
  • Have a condition that would improve with rehabilitation
  • Medically stable with the ability to tolerate and actively participate in at least three hours of therapy per day (or 15 hours per week)
  • Have a prognosis that indicates reasonable potential to return to a community setting
  • Physician intervention required at least three days per week throughout the acute rehabilitation stay for at least one of the following:
    - Pain management
    - Medication management needed for frequent medication changes
    - Cardiopulmonary management
    - Complex bowel or bladder management
    - Enteral or parenteral feeding for nutritional assistance

Contact inpatient admissions at 410-550-7642.

Older male patient feeding himself with help from a female medical staff member

We treat a wide range of conditions, such as:

  • Stroke/brain injury
  • Neurologic disorders
  • Amputations
  • Orthopedic conditions
  • Debility
  • Burns
  • Medically complex conditions
  • Cancer

The adult and stroke specialty rehabilitation programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and The Joint Commission.

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