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Inpatient Rehab Unit

Sharon Regional's Inpatient Rehab Unit

Sharon Regional's Inpatient Rehab Unit

740 E. State St., Sharon
724-983-5677


Sharon Regional’s Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit, located in the hospital, 740 E. State St., Sharon, welcomes referrals from doctors, social workers, family members, insurance representatives, case managers, and self-referrals. A physician must approve all admissions.

To be eligible for admission the patient must need medical monitoring, need at least two forms of therapy, be willing and able to participate in therapy, have potential to improve function and achieve independence, and have a disability of recent onset or progression.

A preadmission screen by a representative of the Rehabilitation Unit will be provided to all referred patients. There is no charge for the evaluation.

Diagnosis Treated

The Rehabilitation Unit provides comprehensive services for patients with functional loss due to: Stroke; major trauma; brain injury, amputation; polyarthritis, including rheumatoid; spinal cord injury; orthopedic dysfunction; degenerative neurological disorders including Multiple Sclerosis, polyneuropathy, muscular dystrophy, Parkinson’s Disease, or Guillain Barre.

Program Components

Rehabilitation Medicine

  • Rehabilitation Nursing
  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Social Work
  • Spiritual Services
  • Psychological Services
  • Patient/Family education
  • Dialysis on-site

Benefits of Rehabilitation

Our rehabilitation program is an inpatient program that provides ongoing care for the patient and prepares the patient and family to return home with the needed assistance and support. An interdisciplinary team approach is used to focus on the areas of:

  • Increasing self-care skills
  • Maintaining strength and independence
  • Maximizing the quality of life
  • Methods to conserve energy
  • Therapeutic exercises
  • Use of adaptive equipment
  • Improving psychological adjustment
  • Adjustment to changing life roles
  • Management of medical complications

What to Bring

Comfortable clothing, support shoes (tennis shoes), socks, undergarments, toiletries, list of medications, your insurance cards, equipment used at home such as a walker, cane, hearing aide, eyeglasses, or prosthesis.

To make a referral

Call the referral number of 724-983-5677, ask for the Program Director or Clinical Liaison and provide the patient’s name, address, diagnosis, insurance, and contact telephone number.

We welcome the chance to talk with you about our Rehabilitation Unit.

 

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