Success One Step at a Time
Mercy Regional Rehabilitation Center is a 20-bed unit located on the fourth floor of Mercy Medical Center.
Participants are able to take part in occupational, physical and speech therapies and receive nursing and medical care on the unit. The center has an activities of daily living (ADL) area, which includes a bathroom, bedroom and kitchen, and a dining room and family visitor area.
The philosophy of the rehabilitation team at Mercy Medical Center is that participants have the right to attain the highest level of independence, focusing not on their disabilities but on their ABILITIES. Mercy Regional Rehabilitation Center specializes in rehabilitation from:
- Stroke (CVA)
- Brain trauma and dysfunction
- Neuromuscular and neurological diseases
- Respiratory and pulmonary diseases
- General debilitation
- Medically complex and multiple trauma
“From the time I came in (to Mercy) until now, I feel 100 percent, although I know I am not 100%, but that’s the way I feel,” rehab patient Brian Snyder says. “I’m just overwhelmed with the way things have transpired and just moved along so quickly. God has taken good care of me.”
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“From ambulance to outpatient, we’ve had a good experience at Mercy,” says stroke survivor Gary Perkins, who’s been happy to gradually return to walking with a walker and a cane, self-care, social activities, and even certain aspects of gardening and lawn care.
It is important to realize each participant’s recovery will vary. Mercy’s rehabilitation team encourages and helps participants and their families strive for and accept realistic goals.
Mercy Regional Rehabilitation Center is accredited by CARF – the Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission. CARF Accreditation means Mercy Regional Rehabilitation Center has demonstrated that it substantially meets internationally recognized standards.
For more information about Mercy Regional Rehabilitation Center, call our admission coordinators at 330-580-4716 or 330-580-4717.