The Rehabilitation Hospital Comprehensive Program
Our Mission and Vision
The Mission of the Rehabilitation Hospital is to be a trusted partner, empowering healthier lives through care and compassion.
The Vision of the Rehabilitation Hospital is to inspire hope and be a national leader for the advancement of health and healing.
The Comprehensive Integrated Inpatient Rehabilitation Program (CIIRP) is designed to meet the inpatient rehabilitation needs of patients with temporary or permanent disabilities.
An interdisciplinary team of competent, qualified professionals, under the direction of a physiatrist, provides rehabilitative services consistent with professional standards of practice.
Team composition consists of representatives of each discipline based on the clinical needs of the person served.
The team is typically comprised of rehabilitation nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists, care managers, psychologists, peer counselors, and other professionals are added as needed.
Rehabilitative care provides the persons served with the skills and support necessary to function in an environment with as much independence and choice and as little supervision and restriction as possible.
This care spans the rehabilitation continuum to optimize the functionality and quality of life and prevent and or treat conditions of physically disabled persons.
The Rehabilitation Hospital Comprehensive Statistics
Number of Persons Served
|12 month period||October 1, 2020-September 30, 2021||%|
|Number of Patients Discharged||1,265|
|Average Length of Stay TRH||12.3 days|
|Average Length of Stay Nation||13.2 days|
|Ages of persons serviced are 8 years and older|
Upon completion of their stay at the Rehabilitation Hospital from October 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021, patients were discharged to the following settings:
|12 month period||October 1, 2020-September 30, 2021||TRH||Nation|
|Discharge to Community||1130||85.0%||82.5%|
|Discharge to Skilled Facility or Other Alternate Level of Care||104||7.8%||8.6%|
|Discharge to Acute Care||96||7.2%||8.7%|
Improvement is measured throughout the rehab stay in two areas which are change in self-care (eating, grooming, dressing, toileting) and change in mobility (transfers, walking, use of wheelchair) which shows the amount of improvement made from admission until discharge.
|12 month period||TRH||Nation|
|Change in Self Care||13.1||13.4|
|Change in Mobility||30.9||32.5|
Conditions and Diagnoses Served
The case mix of impairment groups served by the Rehabilitation Hospital are listed below.*
|Traumatic Brain Injury||79||5.9%|
|Non-Traumatic Brain Injury||94||7.1%|
|Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury||14||1.1%|
|Non-Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury||38||2.9%|
|Fractured Lower Extremity||89||6.7%|
|Replacement of Lower Extremity||10||0.8%|
|Amputation Lower Extremity||52||3.9%|
|Major Multiple Trauma w/o Brain or Spinal Cord Injury||126||9.5%|
|Major Multiple Trauma w/ Brain or Spinal Cord Injury||45||3.4%|
Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation: Case Mix Group
Adjusted Report Copyright 2021 UDSMR-U.B. Foundation Act, Inc.
(October 1, 2020 through September 30, 2021)
|Likelihood to Recommend (Definitely Yes)||79.6%||84.5%|
Catalyst @ 2021 Medtel Corp: Survey (October 1, 2020 through September 30, 2021).