Rehabilitation is an ever-changing process. Logan Health's acute rehabilitation team strives to treat the whole person. We work with patients and families, teaching skills to restore functional independence, in an atmosphere of compassion and integrity.
Our modern facility is located on the second floor of Logan Health Medical Center on the northside. Our friendly, competent and integrated staff creates thorough, individualized treatment plans for our patients. At Logan Health, our Inpatient Rehab Services produce successful patient outcomes which exceed national and regional averages.
Our Inpatient Rehab Program & Services
Patients will have a regular daily therapy schedule generally between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Patients will have a minimum of three hours of therapy 5 days per week involving two or more therapy disciplines, depending on the patient’s rehabilitation needs. Schedules will be posted on the main schedule board located in the patient dining area. Therapy will be provided both individually and in recreation groups as appropriate. Recreation therapy gives patients an opportunity to work on skills in a social setting, and adds a measure of fun to therapy sessions.
Logan Health’s Inpatient Rehabilitation team recognizes our ethical responsibilities to patients, families, caregivers and the community that we serve. Each patient will be treated with dignity and respect. We provide quality care to all persons entitled to rehabilitation services without discrimination. As part of this commitment, we want to ensure that a stay with us is a positive experience.
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Who leads your path to recovery?
- Physiatrist / Medical Director: Leads the rehabilitation team
- Nurses: Certified specialists in rehabilitation
- Physical Therapists: Work with the patient to maximize strength, coordination, flexibility, mobility, function, and endurance
- Occupational Therapists: Teach patients independence with daily activities from toileting to money management and everything in between
- Speech Pathologists: Evaluate and treat problems with communication, swallowing, thinking, and problem solving
- Recreational Therapists: Help patients regain the skills needed to enjoy leisure activities and integrate them into the community
- Licensed Clinical Social Workers: Assist patients with finances, living situation, family support, education and employment concerns and coordinate discharge planning for a successful transition home
- Neuro Psychologists: Counsel patients and families to cope with the emotional impact of changes in abilities to evaluate formalized testing
- Clinical Dietitians: Provide nutritional screenings and develop a nutritional care plan
- Spiritual Care Staff: Available on request to visit, counsel and provide for spiritual needs