At the Maria Parham Center for Rehabilitation, our goal is to help you return to independent living.
Maria Parham Center for Rehabilitation is an acute rehabilitation hospital, with 24-hour nursing care and daily physician rounding in a hospital environment.
This is acute rehabilitation, which includes specialized programs for those suffering from:
Unlike Skilled Nursing Facilities, where doctor visits are only required once every 18 days and LPNs provide most of the care, the Maria Parham Center for Rehabilitation has daily doctor visits. It is staffed with Registered Nurses 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our staffing ratio is one RN to every five to a maximum of six patients. Each patient at Maria Parham Center for Rehabilitation receives between 900 and 1,080 minutes of therapy a week, more than three times that Skilled Nursing Facilities require. And, because of its location at Maria Parham Health, all labs, X-rays, dialysis, respiratory treatments and pharmacy needs are on-site.
Services available on-site at Maria Parham Center for Rehabilitation:
Here’s what a higher level of care means for you:
Our goal is to work with patients and their families to provide superior care with quality outcomes and to return patients to maximum independence at home and in the community. That means:
Our multi-disciplinary team includes Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists. Because of its location at Maria Parham Health, all labs, X-rays, dialysis, respiratory treatments and pharmacy are available on-site. This is quality care—at a higher level.
Functional limitations benefiting from rehabilitation include:
The Center offers an intensive level of care including a minimum of three hours of therapy at least 5 days per week. Two of the first three services must be needed by the patient for admission:
The frequency of services is typically twice daily for physical and occupational therapy and once or twice daily for speech therapy depending on the patient's treatment needs.
Private patient rooms are available. Training areas include a gym, kitchen, dining room and Transition Suite. The Transition Suite is a mini-apartment for use in training caregivers and patients.
Core members of the rehabilitation team include:
Other specialists participate on the team based on the needs of the patient and may include: