What is Post-Acute Rehabilitation?
Post-hospital, post-acute, or short stay rehabilitation care is designed to improve a person’s transition back home following surgery, illness or injury. Short stay rehab residents no longer need the acute care setting of a hospital but still require a high level of clinical and rehabilitative care to ensure a speedy recovery. The goal of the program is to provide the highest level of rehabilitation and skilled nursing care to residents while facilitating the transition, as quickly and safely as possible, from hospital to home. Post-acute rehabilitation stays typically last twenty-one days or less.
Selecting a short stay rehab or post-acute provider is a critically important decision as the clinical team can significantly impact the success of treatment. It’s important to choose a short stay rehab program with a demonstrated track record of success and a proven commitment to clinical excellence and resident-driven care.
What Should You Expect from Rehab?
The ProHealth Group of companies have been a leader in the post-acute rehabilitation industry for more than twenty years. Our post-acute rehabilitation regimen is personalized to meet the needs of today's patients and residents. Today's rehab patient might be an active senior citizen recovering from a knee replacement before returning to the golf course, a grandmother recovering from a stroke, or a young woman receiving physical therapy to recover from an auto accident. Personalized treatment begins at admission with a therapy screening that takes into consideration each patient’s medical condition and their ability to endure extensive rehabilitation therapy.
Want to Learn More?
If you believe you or a loved one qualify for post-acute rehabilitation and would like to learn more, please pick up the phone and give us a call at 1-866-330-0609 or stop by one of our locations. We would love to talk to you about the personalized post-acute rehabilitation care we provide and can also answer questions about what rehabilitation services are covered by your insurance or Medicare benefits.