Providence Rehabilitation Medicine in Olympia, WA serves the Southwest Washington area. Therapists skilled in physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech/language pathology, and audiologypinpoint problem areas and work quickly to resolve them. On average, patients need only six to eight treatments.
Comprehensive Integrated Inpatient Rehabilitation Program (CIIRP)
The Acute Inpatient Medical Rehabilitation unit is adjacent to the main hospital and provides 24-hour-a-day rehabilitation nursing, physician care coordination, physical, occupational, speech/swallowing therapy, cognitive rehabilitation, psychology, recreational therapy and other services as needed. Patients have access to full hospital and physician services. This program is accredited by CARF (a national accreditation program for medical rehabilitation programs) and is also a Level II trauma rehabilitation provider (Washington Department of Health). The program requires a pre-admission screening to be sure this is the appropriate level of service. It works with payers for appropriate pre-authorization.
Outpatient Therapy Services
The Hospital offers a range of outpatient physical, occupational and speech/swallowing therapy services for adults and children, including neurological rehabilitation (post-stroke, brain injury, etc.); musculoskeletal and orthopedic rehabilitation (due to injured or strained back, neck, fractures etc.); lymphedema, aquatic therapy (pool); sports injury rehabilitation (weekend and professional athletes, including golf-specific program).