a Longer Period of Time
These facilities offer extended acute care following your initial hospital stay. Due to the nature of the conditions we treat, the average length of stay for our patients is 25 days (varies by conditions). In order to treat medically complex patients, we offer an assortment of services, including one to three hours of rehabilitation therapies per day.
In our IRFs, we also offer acute care and therapy, but our patients are further along in their recovery than patients at a Long Term Acute Care Hospital. Thus, our patients focus more on intense rehabilitation therapies.
These numbers reveal a lot about our commitment
Levels Of Care
Long Term Acute Care & Physical Rehabilitation Hospitals
|Average length of stay:||25 days||12.4 days|
|One-to-One Rehabilitation Therapy Hours per Day:||1-3||3 or More|
|Visitation Policies (varies per location):||24/7||24/7|
|Daily Physician Rounds:|
|Respiratory Care:||24/7/365||Varies per location|
Patients who need a high-level of medical attention and intense services over an extended amount of time need a place to heal. Normal, everyday hospitals aren’t set up to provide extended critical care, but our Long Term Acute Care Hospitals (LTACHs) and our Physical Rehabilitation Hospitals (IRFs) are well-suited for the job.