Healthcare Services and Programs

Some patients who complete the acute phase of recovery will need to continue more intensive therapy and education during an Inpatient Rehabilitation hospital stay. Admission to an Inpatient Rehabilitation hospital connects patients and their caregivers to a team of rehabilitation specialists that provides a daily plan specifically designed to promote the highest level of independence possible.

Inpatient Rehabilitation at OhioHealth

Patients who participate in rehabilitation while inside the hospital have the benefit of seeing various rehabilitation specialists throughout the day. The on-site staff and physical, occupational, speech and recreational therapists can work daily with patients according to their individualized therapy plans. The custom-designed Inpatient unit offers a wide range of equipment — including several home life settings — to help patients reach their physical and cognitive goals.

OhioHealth Inpatient Rehabilitation units attract patients from central Ohio and the surrounding area. Patients may be admitted from a hospital, skilled nursing facility or from home. A referral from a patient's medical team is needed for admission. Many insurance plans will cover an Inpatient Rehabilitation stay at OhioHealth. Learn more about accepted insurance plans

Inpatient Rehabilitation services are often geared to patients with diagnoses of:

  • Stroke
  • Head injury or brain surgery
  • Bone and joint trauma
  • Spinal trauma or neurological disorders

An individualized plan of care is created for each patient participating in Inpatient Rehabilitation. Each patient's pathway is designed to maximize functional independence and reduce the risk of future health problems.

What to expect from Inpatient Rehabilitation

Inpatient Rehabilitation Therapists work with patients to:

  • Improve balance, coordination, strength and endurance
  • Improve cognitive skills, such as planning tasks, judgment and critical thinking
  • Improve swallowing and communication skills
  • Help patients and families in the emotional adjustments needed to manage any lifestyle changes
  • Help patients regain the highest level of independence possible
  • Educate patients and family members to ensure safety — and future success
What's next after Inpatient Therapy?

Inpatient Rehabilitation therapists work to move patients from the hospital, back to their lives with Home Health or Outpatient Rehabilitation care.

Inpatient Rehabilitation more info

During the inpatient process, patients' families become important members of the rehabilitation team as care plans are closely integrated into each patient's lifestyle.

Those taking part in Inpatient Rehabilitation can reach their goals by participating in a variety of therapies and activities. 

The comprehensive inpatient program includes:

  • Physiatry and physical medicine
  • Medical management and rehabilitative nursing care
  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Nutritional services
  • Recreational therapy and community outings
  • Neuropsychology
  • Social work case management

And as needed: interpretive services, pain management, behavioral medicine and support groups for patients and families.

Inpatient Rehabilitation Specialties

Our licensed therapists specialize in a wide range of clinical programs:


Line

Inpatient Rehabilitation Location

OhioHealth Rehabilitation Hospital is located at 1087 Dennison Ave in Columbus, Ohio. This 44 bed unit accepts patients who require intensive therapy from our expert rehabilitation clinicians. Our programs are specialized in trauma, stroke, neurology, orthopedics and specialty rehabilitation.