Is Inpatient Rehabilitation the Best Choice for You?
- You and your doctor should consider these questions when choosing a rehabilitation option:
- Is the patient medically stable? Can the patient participate in three hours of therapy per day?
- Will a family member or caregiver be involved in the patient’s care?
- Is the patient’s condition expected to improve with intervention?
- Does the patient plan to return home or to a community setting, adult foster care or assisted living following initial rehabilitation care?
- Will insurance cover all or part of the cost?
If you answered “yes” to all or most of these questions, inpatient rehabilitation may be your best option. Read on to learn about the outstanding care available at the Inpatient Rehabilitation at MidMichigan Medical Center - Alpena and the RehabCentre at MidMichigan Medical Center.
If you answered “no” to many of the questions above, you may want to consider outpatient therapy or in-home therapy for your rehabilitation needs.
The MidMichigan Difference
- All private rooms with 24-hour nursing care
- Located at MidMichigan Medical Centers in Alpena and Alma, for easy access to lab services, diagnostic imaging, emergency care and physician specialists
- Accredited by the Joint Commission
- Skilled and experienced interdisciplinary rehabilitation team that includes a physiatrist, specialized therapists, discharge planner/case coordinator, as well as specialty trained nurses and physicians
- More than 80 percent of patients have returned to living at home, a clear indication of the program’s quality
- The stroke specialty and medical rehabilitation programs at the RehabCentre in Alma are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)
- Patient services and amenities create the right environment for rebuilding a sense of independence and well-being.
- Safe, beautiful small-town settings in Alpena and Alma, Michigan, convenient for family and visitors.
Conditions We Treat
We help patients with these and other conditions:
- Brain injuries
- Cardiac or pulmonary diseases
- Generalized weakness
- Guillain-Barré syndrome
- Multiple sclerosis
- Multiple trauma
- Neurological conditions
- Neuropathy and myopathy
- Orthopedic disorders
- Parkinson’s disease
- Spinal cord injuries