The Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
Miller Rehabilitation Services Center is an acute inpatient rehabilitation unit.
Located in a newly renovated area on the first floor of The Hyman S. Caplan
Pavilion, this unit specializes in comprehensive rehabilitative care for
individuals age 18 and older. This unit has all private rooms and private
Patients can be admitted
from the hospital, home, assisted living, or nursing home, after their
functional status is evaluated. Patients admitted for acute rehabilitation must
be medically stable, and demonstrate a reasonable expectation to benefit and
tolerate a comprehensive rehabilitation program. The inpatient rehabilitation
program is designed to meet the needs of each patient, and includes at least 3
hours of therapy/day. This therapy time includes a combination of physical,
occupational, and speech therapy as indicated by the needs of the patient.
Therapy time is divided through the course of the day in order to meet
Patients must have a
deficit(s) that requires retraining in an acute rehabilitation setting under the
guidance of an interdisciplinary team. This retraining should include
rehabilitative care with the focus of enhancing the self care and mobility
function of the patient. Examples of diagnoses in the Inpatient Rehabilitation
Unit include: (per CMS guidelines)
There is 24 hour
rehabilitation nursing care provided on the Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit. The
interdisciplinary team consists of: