A therapist works with a patient

Acute Inpatient Rehab

Acute Inpatient Rehab

Lima Memorial Rehabilitation Services offers acute rehabilitation for people who need intense therapy before returning home or moving to an assisted living setting. This includes people with neurological problems such as stroke, head or spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, Guillain-Barré syndrome and Parkinson's disease. We also treat people with recent amputations, orthopaedic injuries and multiple traumas.

Our acute inpatient rehabilitation unit is an environment of support for patients working to become as independent as possible. Patients and their families work together with a treatment team to prepare for the realities of daily living, following a personalized rehabilitation program. The team consists of the medical director, rehabilitation nurses, a social worker, psychologists, and skilled occupational, physical and speech therapists, as well as activities coordinators, dietitians and pastoral care.

We provide patients with complete medical and nursing care, support services and many rehabilitation therapy programs. Our acute inpatient rehabilitation unit is accredited by The Commisson on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). CARF is considered the gold standard, the premiere accrediting body for rehabilitation programs.

Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Services 

  • Individualized rehabilitation treatment plans
  • Weekly team meetings to evaluate progress and set discharge dates
  • Real-life practice of daily activities and skill assessment
  • Animal-assisted therapy to improve a patient’s social, emotional and / or cognitive progress
  • Family training to prepare for discharge
  • Indoor gardening and other activities

For more information regarding acute inpatient rehabilitation or admissions, call 419-228-3335 ext. 2480 or fax to 419-221-6144. All acute inpatient rehabilitation services require a physician referral.

Outcomes

Overall Performance

Amputation

Brain Injury

Orthopaedic

Spinal Cord Injury

Stroke

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