Firelands Regional Medical Center inpatient rehabilitation offers an intensive therapy program for patients transitioning from a hospital stay or recovering from surgery.
Our rehabilitation programs are designed to help our patients reach their highest level of function and independence. To learn more about our inpatient rehabilitation programs, click here.
Most insurance policies, as well as Medicare/Medicaid, cover rehabilitation care (in full or in part) in an acute care setting such as Firelands. Our admissions staff will assist you in understanding what your current insurance policy covers.
A physician, case manager, social worker or discharge planner can refer a patient for admission to the Rehabilitation Program. Family referrals and self-referrals are also encouraged. A nurse liaison will come to your home, assess your situation and discuss which of our programs might best meet your rehabilitative needs.
I came to Inpatient Rehab after an illness left me bedridden and unable to breathe on my own. With the help of Dr. Kuhar and her team, I was able to walk with a walker in as little as two weeks. We committed three hours per day of therapy which improved my breathing and increased my endurance. It was a wonderful experience and my progress has been better than I imagined.
The doctors and nurses are wonderful and come in my room like they are a part of my family. They tell me exactly what is going on until I understand and feel comfortable. I would recommend this hospital any time.
After my motorcycle accident I was unable to walk, but I am getting stronger, healthier and less sore every day with therapy- it just works. I am excited to be able to get back to my normal life again.
I couldn’t even stand when I came in after surgery, but I was able to walk when I left three weeks later. The therapists really know what they’re doing here- I am able to get around, take care of myself and live independently now. My treatment was fantastic, the therapists were great, and I felt comfortable during my stay.