Our rehabilitation services are designed to help patients regain strength, mobility and independence with a goal of achieving an optimal level of functioning. Each patient who receives our rehabilitative services is assured of an individualized plan that maximizes abilities and enhances life.
Physical, occupational and speech therapies are available five to six days a week in our state-of-the-art therapy gym. We provide skilled rehabilitation services and maintenance therapy as well as a restorative range-of-motion program for less active residents.
We typically provide rehabilitation for:
- Orthopedic conditions
- Stroke rehabilitation
- Neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease
- Cardio/pulmonary conditions
Our short-term subacute rehabilitation program provides care to those who have suffered a catastrophic illness or accident, patients recuperating after a surgery or hospitalization, and those in need of restorative services on a short-term basis. Following an acute hospitalization, post-acute care services assure medical and physical stability and a safer transition home.
Short-term rehabilitation centers offer several advantages over traditional hospital-based rehab units, including a less expensive recovery setting. Our patients also appreciate a more relaxed, homelike environment, highly personalized care, pleasing amenities, and nutritious, chef-prepared kosher meals.
A 5-Star Quality Rating from Medicare
When it comes to choosing a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center, only the best will do – and there is no better choice than Greenwood House. Whether short-term rehabilitative care or long-term skilled nursing care is needed, we have a reputation built on quality outcomes. Our 5-Star Quality Rating means we have excelled in health-inspection results, adequacy of nursing staff and overall quality of medical care. In other words, when you choose us for skilled nursing, rehabilitation or long-term care, you can expect:
- High-quality outcome-focused therapy
- Personalized attention and care
- Shorter length of stays
- Lower hospital readmissions
- High patient/family satisfaction
- Ability to care for medically complex conditions