Work toward your therapy goals with a team of experts during inpatient rehabilitation at an Adventist HealthCare hospital in Maryland. Benefit from 24/7 dedicated care designed to help you get back to the activities you love.
Is Inpatient Therapy Right for Me?
Inpatient care may be right for you if you:
- Can take part in three hours of therapy five days a week, or 15 hours of therapy over 14 days.
- Have a goal to improve your overall mobility and function.
- Need multiple visits with a multidisciplinary team of specialists, on-site doctors and/or registered nurses trained in rehabilitation.
Ask your doctor if you need tests or any procedures before you go to the hospital. This will help save time during the admission process.
What to Pack
- During your stay we recommend you bring the following: A sweater, sweatshirt and/or coat
- One pair of sneakers or rubber-soled, non-skid shoes
- Shorts or short-sleeved shirts if you have or will learn to use an orthotic or prosthetic device
- Sleepwear (pajamas, robe, slippers)
- Four to five loose-fitting shirts
- Four to five pairs of comfortable pants, shorts or sweatpants
- Four to five pairs of socks
- Four to five pairs of underwear
Tell your nurse if you bring an electric razor, radio or other electrical items so we can check them for safety.
What We Provide
During your stay, we’ll give you:
- Shaving cream and/or razor
- Soap, lotion and/or powder
- Toothbrush, toothpaste and mouthwash
You’ll receive medications from our pharmacy during your stay. You won’t need to bring any medications from home. Talk to your nurse if you have any concerns about your medications.
When You Go to the Hospital
When you go to the hospital, you should bring:
- List of medications you take, including prescription and over-the-counter drugs
- Insurance cards
- Medicare or Medicaid ID number (if applicable)
- Photo ID
- Advance directives, such as durable power of attorney or living will (if applicable)
If you don’t have advance directives, you’ll be able to write them during your stay with the help of a social worker.
When you arrive at our rehabilitation hospital, a nurse liaison will review your medical records, make sure your insurance covers your care and get authorization if needed. Trust us to make your admission as easy as possible.
Consent to Treatment
You’ll be asked to a sign a Conditions of Admission form. This means it’s your choice to get care at our hospital. Your nurse liaison is available if you have any questions while completing the form.
Paying for Hospital Costs
You will review a disclosure statement. This document explains how your hospital costs will be covered. Ask your nurse liaison if your hospital stay will include out-of-pocket costs.
Your Rehabilitation Plan
Learn what to expect during your stay and how we’ll help you return home safely when it’s time to leave the hospital.