Quinlivan Rehab Center – Inpatient Program
Short-term inpatient rehabilitation, also known as subacute rehab, is for individuals recovering from illnesses, injuries, or surgeries. It provides a transition between the hospital and home for the patient who no longer requires the acute care provided by a hospital, but who is not well enough or strong enough to return home. Rehabilitation is provided for a wide variety of medical conditions, including wound care, orthopedic, cardiovascular, pulmonary, and post-surgical conditions. Inpatients attend therapy five to six days per week.
Inpatient accommodations are provided on our 18 bed rehabilitation wing which is separate from our nursing home. This wing features a private dining room for rehab patients as well as beautifully decorated and spacious private and semiprivate rooms with telephone access, complimentary television, and wifi.