Marion Health Rehabilitation
The Marion Health Rehabilitation Hospital is a unit/program dedicated to providing comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation to people with recent illnesses or injuries with the goal of preparing them to return home. Patients must qualify for admittance to the program per their insurance company's guidelines.
All of the rooms in the Center are private, and one (the transition room) provides a homelike atmosphere to better ensure a safe return home. Patients receive therapy in a large gym area, in their room or in the transition apartment. There is also an activities room and dining room to help with socialization. Patients participate in three hours of therapy a day utilizing at least two out of three different therapies (physical, occupational or speech).
At the Rehabilitation Hospital of Marion Health we offer Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Language Pathology services for a wide range of difficulties including the following:
- Chronic Pain
- Cardiopulmonary dysfunction
- Post-surgical conditions
- Wound Care
- Neurological disorders
- Injuries to the brain, spinal cord and back
- Musculoskeletal disorders
- Orthopedic conditions
- Memory Loss and Dementia
- Swallowing deficits
- IV and tube feedings
Traumatic Brain Injury/Stroke Support Group
Caregivers and survivors of all types of head injuries welcome. Discuss daily challenges of injured patients and their caregivers as they relate to independent living and returning to the workplace. The main focus is on providing social support. Call Ann Miller at (765) 660-6360 for more information. Meets the second Tuesday of each month from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on the fifth floor of the main hospital, Room B.
For more information, call Marion Health Rehabilitation Hospital at (765) 660-6360.