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Inpatient

Short-Term (Inpatient) Rehabilitation at Sitrin provides a vital link between hospital and home for people recovering from illnesses, injuries, or elective surgery.

Sitrin has expanded its state-of-the-art medical rehabilitation facility to include 46 new, private rooms (with private bathrooms) for post-acute medical rehabilitation patients, including those with severe physical impairments, neuromuscular conditions, and health problems due to obesity.

New Inpatient Facility

New amenities, include:

  • Large private rooms and bathrooms
  • A beautiful sitting area with fireplace
  • Flat-screen televisions
  • Miniature refrigerators
  • New technology to better serve individuals with clinically complex and neurological conditions
  • Wireless Internet
  • VIP suites

Comprehensive care teams.

The Center's physicians, therapists, nurses, and related professionals work together as multidisciplinary teams to deliver comprehensive care services. These teams tailor your rehabilitative care plan to your specific needs, interacting closely with you and your loved ones to ensure a highly responsive rehabilitation experience.

Your care team includes:

Physicians and a Full-Time Physiatrist with extensive backgrounds in physical medicine and rehabilitation, cardiology, and internal medicine are on-staff to meet your medical needs.

Trained Rehabilitative Nurses and Certified Nurse Assistants provide and coordinate a plan of care, while also taking into consideration your need for physical rehabilitation.

Case Managers coordinate care, participate in treatment and discharge planning, and help you understand your recovery program to achieve your goals.

Physical Therapists help you achieve a range of recovery goals, including strength, balance, endurance, and mobility.

Occupational Therapists maximize your independence in daily activities, enhance strength and coordination, and train individuals in the use of adaptive equipment if needed.

Recreation Therapists offer a variety of programs, including kitchen safety skills, functional balance, horticulture therapy, and educational and leisure activities.

Speech-Language Pathologists provide individualized programs to treat speech, language, memory, thought processes, swallowing, and other communication-related conditions.

A Psychologist works with other team members to provide counseling and support whenever needed, and helps patients and families adjust to life-changing illnesses, injuries, or disabilities.

A Registered Dietician plans therapeutic diets according to your specific needs and diagnoses.

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