Inpatient Rehabilitation Care
Memorial Rehabilitation Institute is a South Florida destination for world-class, comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation. We offer complete inpatient rehabilitation services in one convenient location at Memorial Regional Hospital South. We care for more than 1,900 patients per year and our numbers are growing.
We can help patients with nearly any kind of condition, even the most medically complex cases.
Inpatient Rehab Location
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3600 Washington Street
Hollywood, FL 33021
Pediatric inpatient treatment is available at Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital.
Why Choose Us for Inpatient Treatment
At Memorial Rehabilitation Institute, your care is both innovative and personal. Our 12,000-square-foot gym is equipped with some of the latest therapeutic equipment, including robotic technology for the treatment of various neurological conditions. In addition, our therapeutic simulated community provides an environment where patients can practice life skills such as a visit to a grocery store or library. Patients can practice getting in and out of a car and learn how to navigate through a one-bedroom transitional apartment. This allows patients and families to gain confidence in their ability to manage at home and in the community, while still having therapists and staff nearby.
- Private rooms with large, wheelchair-accessible bathrooms
- 12,000-square-foot gym equipped with some of the latest therapeutic equipment
- Wi-Fi access
- Relaxation station
- Certified Service Dog and Pet-Assisted Therapy Program
Quality of Care
Our average scores continually exceed national average scores measuring outcomes for length of stay, daily functional improvement, and ability to return home according to the Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation (UDSMR®). We are accredited by The Joint Commission as well as the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
Our highly trained admissions staff will assess your case within 24 hours of receiving the referral. The admissions process involves gathering your medical and functional level information, your insurance information (if applicable), as well as your potential date for transfer.
The admissions coordinator works closely with your case manager, referring physician, our medical director and your insurance company (if applicable) to be sure all of the criteria for admissions are met so we may help you make a smooth transition to our program. Once your admission has been approved by your insurance company (if applicable), our staff will collaborate with your referring facility to arrange for your transfer.