Why Rehabilitation at Atrium Medical Center?
Atrium Medical Center's Rehabilitation Center is dedicated to providing innovative services and programs that optimize patient outcomes.
At Atrium, our Rehabilitation Center offers a broad range of therapies. Our program is Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) accredited and offers physical, occupational, speech, and recreational therapies. We use progressive therapies and treatment techniques to help patients improve their strength, mobility, functional activities, and communication. Patients participate in developing their treatment plan and receive one-on-one therapy sessions.
Our facility includes private rooms, a large family-style living area, dining and recreational areas, and two independent living apartments in which our patients, their families and significant others enjoy socializing and practicing activities they’ll need to perform when they return home.
An Interdisciplinary Approach
Our team approach to rehabilitation is Atrium Rehabilitation Center's greatest strength. Our physicians and professional staff work as an interdisciplinary team with patients and their families. Treatment is individualized to meet the personal rehabilitation goals and needs of each patient.
Report Card Results
Atrium’s Rehabilitation Center meets and exceeds standards of care and is committed to delivering the high quality care.
Benefits of an Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility
Having an inpatient rehabilitation facility within the bigger facility can provide specialized care from multidisciplinary teams.
Choose the Right Rehabilitation Center
It is important to choose a rehabilitation center that feels right for your successful recovery.
Evaluating Quality of Care for Better Outcomes
As health care providers, one of our main goals is to improve quality of life for patients. Learn more.
Improved Outcomes for Patients with Hip Fractures
Because fall-related injuries can threaten the health and independence of older adults, an integrated therapy program helps patients improve their physical abilities.
Content Updated: February 3, 2016