- Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities:
- Long-Term Acute Care:
- Skilled Nursing Facilities:
- Outpatient Facilities:
- Boston - Downtown Crossing
Gloucester - Cape
- Lexington - Pediatrics
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Boston
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital is one of the largest inpatient rehabilitation facilities in the United States and has been consistently ranked in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals Issue each year since 1995 – the only rehabilitation hospital in New England to do so. Spaulding was ranked at #6 in the nation in the 2012/2013 rankings.
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Boston is the flagship institution of the Spaulding Rehabilitation Network, providing comprehensive rehabilitation treatment to a wide spectrum of patients. Spaulding also offers high-quality outpatient care at 23 outpatient centers from Cape Ann to Cape Cod, including several in the Metro Boston area.
As the official teaching hospital of the Harvard Medical School Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R), we are at the forefront of research in advances in rehabilitative care. Our patients of all ages receive care from doctors, nurses, therapists and caregivers with direct access to the latest advances rehabilitative medicine.
Our extensive range of rehabilitation programs includes these major areas:
- Amputee rehabilitation
- Brain injury rehabilitation
- Burn rehabilitation
- Pediatric rehabilitation
- Disorder of consciousness
- Musculoskeletal rehabilitation
- Spinal cord injury rehabilitation
- Stroke/neurology rehabilitation
The skill of our clinicians is matched only by their dedication to their patients. Whatever your goals—whether it’s recovery from a serious injury or illness, or working toward greater independence—our caregivers support you and your loved ones throughout your rehabilitation.
Rehabilitation is not just about strengthening the body. It’s also about strengthening the spirit.
Best Hospital 2011-12
Spaulding is ranked 5th among rehabilitation hospitals by US News & World Report.