At Baptist Health South Florida, we offer both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation care to get you back on your feet and back to doing the things you love.
If you need rehabilitation from an injury or after a hospitalization, the highly trained team of physical medicine doctors and rehabilitation specialists at Baptist Health South Florida offer you a comprehensive choice in treatment options.
Our 23-bed inpatient center at Homestead Hospital offers an advantage that free-standing rehabilitation centers can’t provide – immediate access to hospital services in the same building. If you need testing or additional care during your rehabilitation stay, you have easy access to Baptist Health South Florida’s specialists.
Our outpatient rehabilitation services allow you to continue your recovery in one of our convenient locations across the region.
- Brain Injury or Tumor
- Cancer-related Disabilities
- Disabling Injury or Illness
- Knee Injury or Surgery
- Hip Injury or Surgery
- Neurological Disease
- Spinal Cord Injury or Disease
- Back-to-work Support
- Coordination of Care
- Driver Evaluation and Training
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Recreational Therapy
- Robotic Rehabilitation for Upper Extremity
- Speech Therapy
- Social Work Support
Who benefits from this Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation program?
We care for adults and children, ages four and up, who are facing an acute or disabling injury or illness. These may include a stroke, a brain injury, a neurological disease, such as multiple sclerosis, or spinal cord dysfunction. If you need to gain more independence, in function or cognition, our care team can help.
Our team of physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists provide treatment at:
Inpatient - Homestead Hospital
Outpatient - Baptist Hospital, South Miami Hospital, West Kendall Baptist Hospital, Homestead Hospital, Doctors Hospital, Mariners Hospital
Our team approach ensures that everyone is working together toward the same goal – an enhanced quality of life and more independence for you. As an inpatient, you will have a team that meets regularly to discuss your treatment goals, reviews your progress, revises your treatment plans when necessary, and decides when it’s time for you to leave the hospital.
The nurses at our inpatient facility are recognized for their nursing excellence and are certified rehabilitation nurses. The 23-bed unit is certified by the Commission for the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities with subspecialty certifications in Stroke Rehabilitation, Brain Injury Rehabilitation and Cancer Rehabilitation.
A typical inpatient stay is two weeks. Our patients get three hours of therapy five days each week. More than 80 percent of patients return home after their inpatient rehabilitation stay.
When inpatient rehabilitation is no longer required, or your injury or illness isn’t severe enough for inpatient care, you will start your recovery in an outpatient setting. Baptist Health’s outpatient rehabilitation services at several convenient locations in the region help patients make a smooth transition back to daily life.