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The rehabilitation team is made up of many professionals. Our services are based on an interdisciplinary model. However, the most important members of the team are the patient & family members.
Physicians- specializing in physical medicine & rehabilitation, physiatrists, as well as other medical specialists, work to provide comprehensive medical care and treatment.
Rehabilitation nurses - perform daily physical assessments and provide ongoing nursing care, including monitoring overall health and healing. They also provide individualized education related to specific diagnoses and recovery.
Case managers - coordinate the care plan. They serve as a link between the patient/family & the team, as well as insurance carriers & community resources for a smooth transition from the hospital.
Physical therapists - focus on restoring physical function of the body to improve strength, endurance, balance, walking and overall mobility.
Occupational therapists - work to restore one’s ability to perform activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, toileting, cooking and shopping with a focus on improved strength, balance, coordination, endurance, and safety awareness.
Speech/Language pathologists - promote the restoration and improvement of communication and cognitive skills through clinical assessment tools and treatment techniques. Additionally, these professionals address swallowing disorders.
Recreational therapists - use a variety of activities designed to promote cognitive and physical functioning, as well as improve the quality of life. An emphasis is placed on re-engaging in leisure activities to promote community re-entry.
Ancillary team members - from time to time will also join the team to address a particular need. These specialists may include: clinical dietitians, pharmacists, education specialists, wound care nurses, and more.
Concierge staff - enhance the hospitalization experience by providing reading/entertainment materials, assisting with internet access, and/or setting up a hospital based website for communication with loved ones. These volunteers also make follow up phone calls to patients once discharged.