Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs
Patients accepted into one of the Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs must be age 4 or older and shall:
- Demonstrate medical necessity by having a debilitating illness or injury such as:
- Brain injury
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Neurological disorder such as multiple sclerosis, neuropathy of multiple areas, or Parkinson’s disease
- Arthritis involving multiple joints
- Fractured hip
- Congenital deformity
- Multiple Trauma
- Cardiac / Pulmonary conditions which will benefit from rehabilitative efforts
- Be medically stable
- Be able to participate in at least 3 hours of therapy per day, five days per week.
- Demonstrate potential functional improvement allowing for return to the community with or without support.
- Demonstrate a willingness to participate in the program.
- The patient has accomplished his / her rehabilitation treatment goals
- The patient’s progress has reached a level where services are no longer appropriate. In this case the patient will be transferred to the next level of care.
- The patient’s unstable medical condition prevents their participation in treatment.
- The patient is dissatisfied with the rehabilitation treatment plan and we are not able to resolve differences.
- The patient refuses continued treatment and chooses to leave against medical advice.
- Despite counseling, the patient continues to demonstrate behaviors prohibiting him/her from participating effectively in the program.
- Payment sources (insurance and charity care) have been exhausted and the patient / family /support system choose to be discharged.