Good Samaritan Hospital’s Rehabilitation Program provides multi-disciplinary rehabilitation for adults, using a combination of physical, occupational and speech therapy, as well as social support and family involvement. The Rehabilitation Program offers a broad range of services and includes
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech/Language Therapy
- Recreational Rehabilitation
- Social Psychological evaluation/therapy
- Fit for Wellness program
The Outpatient Program is located on the Mission Oak campus. Patients of all ages are eligible for referral to the Outpatient Program.
The inpatient program is located in the main hospital. The Inpatient Program staff is overseen by a Physiatrist (a physician trained in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation), and includes rehabilitation nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech/language pathologists, rehabilitation recreation specialists, social worker, psychologist and other support personnel. To be eligible for Good Samaritan’s Inpatient Rehabilitation Program, a patient must: be at least 18 years old; medically stable and have the potential to participate in at least three hours of therapy each day; have potential to improve functional abilities like mobility and self-care; require at least two methods of therapy among occupational, physical and speech therapies; be able to follow directions needed to participate in the program; require medical intervention and 24-hour rehabilitation nursing care; and with family or support network, have a plan for discharge.