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Inpatient physical rehabilitation

Inpatient physical rehabilitation provides intense, daily treatment and physician services for people who need 24-hour help while they recover from surgery or conditions such as strokes.

CarePartners Rehabilitation Hospital

You deserve to live in a world where there is always room to improve your condition.

Rehabilitation works differently for everyone. But at CarePartners, Mission Health's post-acute services provider, we make sure that the goal is always the same — bringing you one step closer to a fuller, more independent life.

Conditions we treat with inpatient physical rehabilitation

Our multidisciplinary team of therapists, nurses, psychologists, case managers and board-certified rehabilitation physicians treat a wide variety of conditions, including:

  • Amputations
  • Aneurysms
  • Balance or coordination issues
  • Brain injuries and tumors
  • Chronic back pain
  • Diseased or herniated discs
  • Heart failure
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Neurological difficulties
  • Spinal disorders and injuries
  • Strokes
  • Swallowing disorders

Features of our inpatient rehabilitation facility

We have proudly become recognized across the Southeast as a trusted choice for physical medicine and rehabilitation services.

Admission criteria for our long-term rehabilitation center

Our 80-bed inpatient acute rehabilitation facility acts as a regional referral center where we can personalize resources to treat your unique needs. If an illness or injury limits your strength, mobility and cognitive ability to perform activities of daily living (ADLs), such as walking, eating, speaking or self-care, you may benefit from admission to our program.

Rehabilitation is not for everyone, so we make sure to thoroughly assess your condition to determine whether you are a good fit. In order to be admitted in our medical rehabilitation center, you must:

  • Be 13 years of age or older
  • Be able to tolerate at least three hours of rehabilitation activities five days per week
  • Expect to be discharged in a timely manner once rehabilitation goals have been met
  • Need more intensive services than those provided by a skilled nursing facility
  • Require care that includes 24-hour nursing and physician availability
  • Show potential for significant improvement
  • Willingly learn new information, or have a caregiver available for training

To find out more information about our admission criteria, please call (828) 274-6151.

Routine daily activity

We treat every part of the rehabilitation process as a step closer to a fuller, more independent life. As one of the only regional facilities that offers such a full continuum of post-acute rehabilitative care, we pride ourselves on providing you with a comprehensive care team dedicated to helping you regain strength, functionality and independence in a timely manner.

As a part of our program, rehab typically starts first thing in the morning, and you should expect to participate for at least three hours a day, five days per week. While daily schedules vary based on your particular needs and level of progress, here is how a typical day may go for you during our program:

  • 6:00am to 7:00am
    • Medications
    • Breakfast
  • 7:00am to 8:30am
    • Nursing assessment
    • Lab work
    • Respiratory treatments
    • ADL occupational therapy, including getting dressed and grooming
    • Receive daily therapy schedule
  • 8:30am to 12:00pm
    • Doctor visit
    • Individualized therapies
    • Rest
  • 12:00pm to 1:00pm
    • Lunch
    • Medications
    • Nursing assessment
    • Rest
  • 1:00pm to 5:00pm
    • Individual or group therapies
    • Rest
  • 5:00pm to 6:00pm
    • Dinner
  • 6:00pm to 9:00pm
    • Shower
    • Medications
    • Nursing assessments
    • Visiting hours until 8:30 p.m.

Types of treatments we offer

We aim to serve the greater Western North Carolina region by being able to address whatever issue you may have. With such a varied population with equally varied therapy needs, we have assembled a committed, multidisciplinary team of providers and support staff that specialize in a wide range of inpatient rehabilitation programs. Some of the types of rehab we offer include:

  • Amputation
  • Neurological
  • Orthopedic
  • Speech
  • Spine
  • Stroke
  • Swallowing
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Ventricular assist device (VAD)
  • Vestibular and balance

VAD rehab program

Our comprehensive and holistic VAD program focuses on functional independence, education and device management. During the program, you and your caregiver, along with rehabilitation team members, work closely with the VAD team at Mission Hospital to ensure ongoing communication regarding your recovery and progress.

Our staff has received extensive training in tending to the needs of those with VADs, and work to maintain positive outcomes for the program. The average stay at our facility for the VAD program is about 11 days, and we have found that an overwhelming majority are able to return to a home environment with ease.

To learn more about our VAD program, please call (828) 277-4800.

Videos about our Inpatient physical rehabilitation services

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Our Inpatient physical rehabilitation Locations

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CarePartners Rehabilitation Hospital
68 Sweeten Creek Rd
Asheville, NC 28803
 (828) 277 - 4800

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CarePartners Rehabilitation Hospital
68 Sweeten Creek Rd
Asheville, NC 28803
 (828) 277 - 4800
Transylvania Regional Hospital
260 Hospital Dr
Brevard, NC 28712
 (828) 884 - 9111

23.4 miles

Eckerd Living Center
250 Hospital Drive
Highlands, NC 28741
 (828)-526-1315

49.3 miles

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