Mercy provides an 8-bed inpatient service in an acute care setting that complements outpatient and other specialty rehabilitative programs we offer. Our facility includes a rehabilitation gym, kitchen and dining room. Each patient has a spacious, private room, specifically designed to promote functional independence and to foster family involvement in the rehabilitation process.
What to Expect
A rehabilitation team consisting of specialized physicians, nurses, therapists, dieticians and social workers have created a recovery plan designed especially for you. Your loved ones are an essential part of carrying out this plan. They will receive hands-on training as well.
You will need to be able to tolerate three hours of therapy a day. You will find a schedule posted at the nurses station, where each discipline has scheduled your therapy time.
What to Pack
You should bring five sets of therapy appropriate clothing, including socks, underwear, supportive shoes, orthotics or prosthetics and any assistive device you may have used before hospitalization.
Free parking is available in the 10th Street ramp.
Inpatient Rehabilitation is on the 7th floor of Mercy Medical Center. To access this floor take Elevator B located by the 10th Street Entrance.
Visiting Hours: 4 to 7 p.m. weekdays, anytime weekends
At Mercy's Rehabilitation Services we understand the recovery process and offer a variety of rehabilitation programs conveniently located and staffed by some of the area's most highly skilled and experienced therapists. Our goal is help you move closer to returning to your regular daily activities.
Some or all of the following professionals will be working with you and your loved ones in your road to recovery:
Tony Myers, M.D., Medical Director, is board certified in family medicine.