Conveniently located inside Lee Memorial Hospital, the Rehabilitation Hospital is dedicated to rebuilding lives and renewing hope.
Our 60-bed hospital provides thorough, professional and modern treatments for neurological and orthopedic injuries as well as emotional support to help your recovery.
Your doctor may recommend inpatient rehabilitation with our highly trained team that includes physicians, psychologists, nurses, therapists and care managers.
Patients typically referred to the Rehabilitation Hospital’s acute inpatient rehabilitation program include those with a diagnosis of:
If you are admitted to the inpatient rehabilitation program, we will schedule at least three hours of therapy therapy a day including physical, occupational and speech therapy for a minimum of five days a week.
On average, patients stay in the inpatient rehabilitation program for 13 days with the goal of returning home.
With focused help and coordinated care, we will help you regain your independence and improve your quality of life.
Visiting hours vary depending on the level of care, patient needs, and physician instructions.
Parking is easy at the Rehabilitation Hospital! Park for free right in front of the Medical Office Center. Feel free to drop off passengers, patients, and visitors at the front door before parking.
Patients and visitors can access the main lot directly west of Cleveland Avenue (U.S. 41).
This Lee Health facility provides handicapped-accessible parking, wheelchair service, patient escorts, accessible restrooms, and other patient resources such as language services to make your stay easier and more convenient.
Need a ride from your car to the door? Look for our cheerful volunteers driving golf carts throughout the parking lot, offering free rides to the hospital door.
Type of Facility: Acute Care
Number of Rehabilitation Beds: 60
Attending Physiatrists: 3
Medical Staff: 1,000+
Age of Patients Treated: Minimum 8 years old
The General Program at the Rehabilitation Hospital is accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Hospitals (CARF) for adults and children 8 and above.
The Rehabilitation Hospital holds a specialty certification in stroke and brain injury management for adults and is a member of the Lee Health trauma team.
The Rehabilitation Hospital has been designated a “Center of Excellence” by the Neuro-Developmental Treatment Association (NDTA) for the adult population – the first of its kind in the nation.