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Hospital-Based Rehabilitation

The Johns Hopkins Rehabilitation Network offers a variety of hospital-based services that include:

  • Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation

    Our inpatient programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and staffed with experienced physicians, nurses and therapists to help you practice self-care before returning home.

    Inpatient bed in a hospital room
  • Rehabilitation Consultations

    Our consulting staff may recommend medications, injections, adaptive equipment or rehabilitation therapies to help you get back to activities after a hospital stay.

    Provider working with a patient with elevated legs.
  • Nurse Liaison Service

    Our nurse liaisons are experienced professionals who help connect patients and their physicians with the right rehabilitation program at Johns Hopkins.

    Illustration of four rooms with patients and providers.
  • Inpatient Rehabilitation at Johns Hopkins Bayview

    For patients who require intensive rehabilitation, we offer inpatient physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech-language therapy with specialization in geriatric and stroke rehabilitation.

    Inpatient rehabilitation working with a patient
  • Renaissance Skilled Nursing Facility

    The Renaissance Skilled Nusring Facility at Sibley Memorial Hospital serves as a bridge between acute care and unassisted living, providing patients with a focused and consistent level of support.

    Nurse helping a patient with folding clothes.
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