Methodist is Committed to Offering Comprehensive Services
After a severe disabling injury or illnesses, many patients and their families need a network of support services for many years to come, perhaps even a lifetime. Methodist Rehabilitation Center’s commitment to its patients and their families is evident.
While many community-based organizations offer help, Methodist has committed its support in areas that are generally too expensive or difficult for other organizations to address.
- Long-term care for the severely disabled
- Research and education in rehabilitation
- Outpatient clinics
- Support groups
The Continuing Education department at Methodist Rehabilitation Center provides educational programs that support the overall mission of the hospital.
The unique accommodations combined with skilled clinical services provide an environment where residents can thrive.
The purpose of the Navigator Program is to facilitate the transition of persons with traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI) from inpatient rehabilitation to the home and community setting.
Methodist Rehabilitation Center encourages patients and their families to participate in support groups that focus on their illness or injury.
A great collection of links to resources to help and information.
Methodist Rehabilitation Center periodically conducts a Community Health Needs Assessment to identify the community served and to address priority needs.
Methodist Rehabilitation Center now accepts new and used durable medical equipment donations through its Recycle for Rehab program.