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Inpatient & Outpatient Rehabilitation Services

What defines leadership in rehabilitation? It is naturally measured by the expertise of the care providers. It is also defined by the sophistication of the facilities and advanced technology available. It can be quantified by patient outcomes. But for all of us at Adventist HealthCare Physical Health & Rehabilitation and our outpatient facilities, it is a simple matter of priorities. For us, what always comes first are the goals of our patients - helping them to live their best lives - as they recover from illness or injury.

We maintain a level of excellence in patient care because we find every way to lead our patients back to life. We stay current in the latest clinical and technological developments. Each patient has the support of a team of experts and comprehensive programs in an environment of enthusiasm, healing, strength and optimism. We are built around the lives of our patients.

Adventist HealthCare Physical Health & Rehabilitation was the first acute rehab facility with a CARF accreditation for all four of its specialty programs: stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury and amputee in a 5-state region (DC, MD, VA, DE, WV).

Inpatient Services

Our Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Program is run by a team of rehabilitation experts who will guide you along a practical and personal treatment program focused on increasing self-reliance and gaining independence. The team is led by a physiatrist, a medical doctor who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation. We provide specialized rehabilitation nursing 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Services include:

Rehabilitation Programs

Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Spinal Cord Injury
Amputee Program Stroke
Brain Injury Program  

General Rehabilitation Programs

Cardiac Program Neurologic Program
Orthopedic Program Medically Complex or Multi-traumatic Program

Outpatient Services

Adventist HealthCare Physical Health & Rehabilitation's outpatient facilities are responsible for treating a variety of diagnoses and conditions for patients with physical challenges. While these departments act as a continuation of our inpatient setting, they also focus on patients that have not been an inpatient with us before. Our outpatient setting focuses on patients who come to us for rehabilitation services related, but not limited to, surgical recovery, immobility, and/or strength deficiencies. Like our inpatient facility, the outpatient facilities also treat patients who are at a minimum of 18 years of age with the following outpatient rehab services:

Balance & Vestibular Therapy Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT)
Concussion Program Lymphedema Therapy
Driver Rehabilitation Program Seating & Mobility Clinic
Hand Therapy Neuro Rehabilitation & Balance Center
Joint Replacement Program Speech Language & Swallowing Therapy

Outpatients should be sure to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your appointment time so that you will be able to complete the necessary forms required for your visit. If you have a copay, please remember to bring it with you.

Admissions

Please visit our admissions process page for more information on beginning your rehabilitation at Adventist Rehab.

Request a Free Consultation

Request a free consultation to determine the best rehabilitation services for you or your loved one. If you require more immediate service, please contact a rehab professional at 240-864-6000.

Rehabilitation Services

Request a Free Consultation

Call 240-864-6000 or click the button below to request a rehab consultation for you or a loved one.

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Classes & Events

Find health-related activities near you!

  • Jan
    11
    Sunday
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Please plan to join us for our Neuroscience & Primary Care Symposium, a day-long event filled with educational presentations for health professionals.
  • Ongoing
    Our amputee support group focuses on the emotions and challenges of living life as an amputee. It is the groups focus to be positive, creative and resourceful in examining an amputee's experiences.
  • Ongoing
    Our brain injury support group acts as a resource for those suffering from both traumatic and non-traumatic brain injury. Group members are encouraged to bring family and friends to the group meetings.