Our acute inpatient rehabilitation hospitals provide specialized physical medicine and rehabilitation to patients recovering from a recent hospitalization or a decline in health in order to regain independence and return safely to their homes.
After hospitalization for an illness or severe injury, you may need to decide whether to continue recovery at an inpatient rehabilitation hospital. Our inpatient rehab is a comprehensive acute medical rehabilitation program that runs for about three hours daily, five days a week. While you are in our care, you will have daily physician attention and supervision, at least three types of therapy and compassionate 24-hour nursing care.
At PAM Health, we are aware that the quicker you start your rehabilitation, the faster you can experience a full recovery. That is why we encouarge you to consider coming to our outstanding, well-maintained acute inpatient rehabilitation hospital where you will benefit from physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, and recreational therapy. The specialists on the rehabilitation teams in our Joint Commission-certified acute care rehab hospital will help you choose the most suitable care plan to meet your recovery goals.
How PAM Health Differs From Other Rehab Hospitals?
PAM Health provides some of the best rehabilitation hospitals in the country. Here are some qualities that make us distinct:
Focus on top-quality care: We focus on delivering care that gives our patients their desired outcome.
Getting patients home: We work hard to ensure you return to your home as soon as possible.
Returning to previous quality of life: We also recommend outpatient care that helps patients resume their normal activities and maximize their quality of life.
Our inpatient rehabilitation hospitals are advanced and offer the highest quality care. We have a wide array of equipment for various types of therapy. That is why we can provide more specialized services than other post-acute rehab centers. A brief tour will convince you that we have put in extra effort to make the environment a great place for recovery.
PAM Health Specialties
Regardless of the type of illness or injury from which you are recovering, our rehabilitation team is fully equipped to help you regain fitness and maximize your quality of life. We offer specialized programs and advanced care for these conditions:
Spinal cord injury
All the specialties that are required for quick recovery are available at our inpatient rehabilitation hospitals. These include:
Neurology: Treatment and care for conditions that affect the nervous system.
Pulmonary: Care of conditions affecting the lungs.
Cardiology: Taking care of diseases and abnormalities of the heart and blood vessels.
Nephrology: Treating conditions that affect the kidneys.
We also offer physical therapy, speech therapy, and occupational therapy.
What to Expect During Inpatient Rehabilitation
When you come to our inpatient rehab center, a navigator, or patient coordinator, will work with you to determine your care and treatment needs. Your navigator will coordinate your discharge from the hospital and make sure you enjoy a smooth transition into our inpatient rehab hospital. Then, your care coordinator will work with you to develop a treatment plan to get you back to living your life as quickly as possible.
Contact Us for a Free Tour of Our Hospital
Find your nearest location today for more information about our inpatient rehabilitation centers. We encourage you to visit any of our hospitals and take a tour. We will be glad to meet with you and show you the equipment and instruments we will use to help you recover quickly.
Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (IRF) versus Skilled Nursing Facilities and Rehab Centers (SNFs)
There are significant differences in both the type and the outcomes of care provided in an acute rehabilitation hospital versus that provided in a skilled nursing facility and rehabilitation center. Research shows that the amount and type of therapy services, physician oversight and specialized rehabilitation nursing provided in an acute rehabilitation hospital leads to better patient care and outcomes.
The Joint Commission (TJC) has accredited all of our rehabilitation hospitals, demonstrating our commitment to high quality hospital level care. In addition, we are committed to meeting specialized standards for certain programs through TJC’s Disease Specific Certification Programs.