Dayton VA Medical Center, Ohio
Inpatient Rehabilitation Program
The mission of the Inpatient Rehabilitation Program is to provide comprehensive treatment to improve function, promote independence to optimum level possible, enhance quality of life and successfully prepare the Veteran and/or primary caregiver for return to the community. Through dedication to our core values of respect, compassion, commitment, trust, accountability, teamwork and effective communication, we will impress greater eventual functional outcomes and quality of life for persons served.
Inpatient Rehabilitation is an eight-bed, Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) accredited unit. The program provides comprehensive, goal-oriented high quality medical and rehabilitative care in a safe and supportive environment to patients recovering from the effects of an acute illness, injury or major surgery, have an exacerbation of a chronic illness or have a new or progressive functional disability with the potential to participate in rehabilitative care.
This program is available to Veterans and qualified adults, ages 18 and above, with physical and cognitive restrictions and limitations in one or more functions considered to be essential components of daily life and requiring services of two or more disciplines. It involves frequent assessment and review of the clinical course. Individualized treatment goals are anticipated to be met in a limited period, usually two to four weeks. Veterans in program must be able to participate in 60-minute treatment sessions of any two of the following therapies: Kinesiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and/or Speech Pathology Therapy six days per week.
Contact the Transfer Office 937-268-6511 extension 2978 or 1214 for non-VA referrals
Contact Rehab Case Manager/Liaison 937-268-6511 extension 3137 for inpatient rehab unit inquiries
- 937-268-6511 Ext. 2978/1214
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