Moving and Motivating Patients Toward Independence
The Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit at Orange Regional Medical Center provides state-of-the-art cognitive and physical rehabilitation to patients who have had a debilitating illness, acute injury or recent surgery. We provide modern facilities, equipment and programs designed to meet your needs in a caring and comfortable setting.
In 2014, the Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit received a three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
Our rehabilitation team's ongoing dedication and commitment have assured the program's conformations to all CARF standards. This accreditation represents the 7th successful CARF survey by our Inpatient Rehabilitation Team who continually demonstrate an established pattern of practice excellence which has spanned over 21 years of service. Orange Regional Medical Center is dedicated to helping individuals live their lives to the fullest despite disabilities caused by trauma, illness, congenital deficits or disease. We combine a healing environment with individualized care to meet each patient’s unique needs.
Why Choose Orange Regional Medical Center
Consider that for more than 21 years, Orange Regional Medical Center’s Inpatient Rehabilitation has provided quality care and has helped people return to a more active lifestyle. Every patient is evaluated and receives an individualized treatment plan, which includes desired goals and outcomes and the time frame necessary to achieve these results. After an injury or illness, recovery can be a long and difficult road. The multidisciplinary team at Orange Regional is focused on helping your restore function, reduce pain and return you to a place where you can enjoy your lifestyle again. Our team looks to include your loved ones in your recovery with education, support and training.
Our Successful Patient Track Record
Our 2016 track record indicates great outcomes for the patients we care for on the Rehabilitation Unit - here are some highlights:
- 74.6% of our patients are discharged directly home after their rehabilitation stay
- 14.6% of our patients are discharged to a sub-acute setting for a continuation of rehabilitation
- 12.4 days was the average length of stay
- 70.2 years old was the average age of our patient
We treated patients with a wide range of diagnoses:
- 38% of our patients spent time with us for orthopedic rehabilitation which included hip fractures and joint replacements
- 17% patients received rehabilitation for a stroke
- 10% of our patients received rehabilitation for neurological conditions including brain injury and spinal cord injury
- 18% of our patients received rehabilitation for diagnoses such as amputation, Guillain- Barre and arthritis
Our Services and Therapies
From our physical therapists to our physiatrists and registered dieticians, our rehabilitation team works together to develop a comprehensive plan for each patient with the goal of achieving greater independence and quality of life.
Assists patients who have suffered strokes, trauma, illness, injuries, or surgery that has resulted in decreased mobility and independence.
Our staff work closely with each patient who has suffered the loss of a limb(s) to help restore strength and confidence and enable them to resume function, mobility and build an independent and rewarding life.
A person can be greatly affected by an injury or disease of the nervous system. Rehabilitation focuses on aiding a person’s recovery and helping that individual to live a more normal, active and independent life.
The goal of our program is to help stroke survivors relearn skills, our program is individualized for each patient to progress them as their abilities improve.
Is designed to improve the health and quality of life of those that have had heart, lung and vascular disease or surgeries.
Joint Replacement and Orthopedic Rehabilitation
Helps restore range of motion, strength, mobility, flexibility, endurance and self-care skills to enable you to resume an active lifestyle.
Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation
Our team focuses therapy to enable improved function, mobility, self-care and to develop strategies for independent living and community reentry.
Brain Injury Rehabilitation
Is specially designed to address the unique recovery needs of brain injury survivors. Patients benefit from a program that is tailored to the physical and functional limitations, cognitive impairments and emotional difficulties.
The type(s) of therapy you receive will depend upon your diagnosis and goals during your stay. Most patients receive three hours of therapy daily (Monday-Friday). Some therapies are available on Saturday.
Sample Inpatient Rehabilitation Schedule:
- 7:30 - BREAKFAST
- 8:00 - OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
- 9:00 - PHYSICAL THERAPY
- 10:00 - SPEECH THERAPY
- 12:00 - LUNCH
- 1:30 - PHYSICAL THERAPY
- 3:00 - RECREATIONAL THERAPY
- 3:30 - OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
Each of your therapists will meet with you to dicuss the time and place of a scheduled therapy session. A master schedule is posted near the nurses station for reference. Please note: your schedule may be modified as your improve and/or your needs change.
Your family is one of the most important aspects of your rehabilitation process and we encourage your loved ones to observe and participate in various therpay sessions during regular visiting hours.