Rehabilitation Services in Arcadia
Overcome Injury with Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy & More
The Methodist Hospital Rehabilitation Department was recently honored for
being among the Top 3% of acute rehabilitation centers in the nation by
Uniform Data System (UDS) for Medical Rehabilitation. UDS recognized our
program for providing “outstanding care to highly acute patients”
while achieving “the highest functional improvement gains.”
Acute rehabilitation care at Methodist Hospital offers a unique opportunity
for patients to optimize their functionality through an intensive interdisciplinary
therapeutic program under the oversight of Board Certified Rehabilitation
Physician Raymond Gritton, MD, who serves as Medical Director for the program.
The Methodist Hospital Rehabilitation Department is a 30-bed inpatient
unit providing clinical services to patients who have lost a level of
their independence from neurological and orthopedic conditions, along
with severe debilitation from medical illness.
The hospital unit includes:
- Spacious patient rooms, including private rooms
- State-of-the-art large rehabilitation gym
- Large patient dining room
- Training kitchen and laundry room for home simulation training
- Rehabilitation app for patient families to follow real-time progress of
their loved ones
The interdisciplinary team members include the Rehabilitation Physician,
Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Speech Therapist, Rehabilitation
Nurses, Psychologist, Social Worker, Rehabilitation Liaison, Clinical
Care Coordinator, and the Program Director. All care is integrated among
disciplines along with carryover training from shift to shift. This optimizes
the patient’s rehabilitation opportunity as “rehab”
is taking place throughout the day and evening seven days a week. Family
and caregivers are involved early in the process to assure a confident
and safe transition back home.
The rehabilitation team offers exemplary services to its patients. It consistently
scores among the nation’s top programs in rehabilitation core measures.
These include functional gains, return home, and patient satisfaction.
For more information or to refer a patient, please call 626-614-4478.