What Is a Rehabilitation Hospital?
A medical rehabilitation hospital, also known as an inpatient rehabilitation facility (IRF), is a type of specialty hospital that focuses on treating people recovering from debilitating injuries, illnesses, surgeries, and chronic medical conditions. Patients at rehabilitation hospitals have complex therapy needs, but also require hospital-level medical services such as 24-hour rehab nursing care and daily physician management.
Rehabilitation hospitals are considered post-acute care providers, meaning they typically treat patients who require additional care after first being treated in a traditional hospital. However, in some cases patients are admitted to Vibra’s rehabilitation hospitals from other care settings and even directly from their homes.
Personalized, focused care to get you back to your best.
Injuries and illnesses affect everyone differently and no one treatment plan can serve the needs of an entire community. Our rehab experts design unique treatment plans for individuals suffering from various physical and cognitive impairments. Our team members are trained in treating musculoskeletal, neurological, rheumatic, cardiovascular, and other conditions. This allows us to offer a broad range of specialized rehabilitation services in each community we serve.
At Vibra Healthcare’s rehabilitation hospitals, patients are empowered to work toward achieving their recovery goals and regaining independence. Our team members spend time getting to know patients on a personal level so that they can create custom treatment plans based on each individual’s preferences and goals.
Rehabilitation can occur on both an inpatient and outpatient basis:
Specific services and specialty programs vary by Vibra Healthcare location. View our locations map and choose a Vibra Healthcare rehabilitation hospital near you to learn more.