- Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities:
- Long-Term Acute Care:
- Skilled Nursing Facilities:
- Outpatient Facilities:
- Boston - Downtown Crossing
Gloucester - Cape
- Lexington - Pediatrics
Spaulding's Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities
Inpatient rehabilitation is for patients who require intensive, interdisciplinary rehabilitation services. Such inpatient programs are designed to improve function and promote each patient's highest degree of independence.
How This Type of Care Fits Into Rehabilitation
At an inpatient rehabilitation facility (IRF), clinical teams coordinate medical treatment, specialized services, rehabilitation treatments, and patient-assistance services, all while providing the emotional support and encouragement that patient need to make great strides in recovery. Patients must be able to participate in a minimum of three hours of therapy per day.
Admission to an IRF
Most people are admitted to an IRF from an acute-care hospital. In some cases, individuals can be admitted to an IRF without having to stay in the acute-care hospital. Someone who is living at home, but losing the ability to perform daily activities, may be a candidate for admission. These individuals must meet specific criteria established by Medicare to be accepted into the program.
If you wish to be considered for admission to a Spaulding-affiliated IRF, notify the discharge planner from the acute-care hospital, who will contact us.