The Lima Memorial Health System Rehabilitation Unit functions in
an environment of encouragement, and support, helping patients
become as independent as possible. Patients and their families work
together with a treatment team to prepare for the realities of
daily living by developing a personalized rehabilitation program.
LMHS Rehabilitation Unit is a CARF accredited unit.
We treat people who need intense therapy so they can return home
or move to an assisted setting. This includes people with
neurological problems such as stroke, head injury, spinal cord
injury, multiple sclerosis, Guillian Barre, and Parkinson's
Disease. Our patients also include those with amputations,
orthopedic injuries, and multiple trauma.
We provide patients with complete medical and nursing care, all
rehabilitation therapies, and support services. These include:
- Individual rehabilitation plan of care to help meet your
- Weekly team meetings to evaluate progress and set discharge
- Family training to prepare for discharge
- Real life practice of daily activities
- Animal assisted therapy
- Our team consists of the medical director, Dr. Kurt Kuhlman,
D.O., rehabilitation nurses, social worker, and skilled therapist
from occupational, physical, speech, and activities coordinators.
We have the support of dieticians, pastoral care, and psychology as
- Patients receive individual therapy in a gym, in the community
dining, community reentry therapy, and we practice entering and
exiting vehicles using your own vehicle
For more general information regarding our rehabilitation unity
For admissions contact our admissions screener at