Our inpatient pediatric rehabilitation unit in the Division of Rehabilitation Medicine is accredited by the Joint Commission. Since 1997, we have been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). In 2018, in addition to being accredited for our comprehensive integrated inpatient rehabilitation, pediatric specialty care program and brain injury specialty program, we also received accreditation for our cancer specialty and interdisciplinary pain specialty program. We are the first in the world to have a CARF accredited pediatric cancer specialty program, and the second in the world to have an interdisciplinary pain specialty program.
If your child requires treatment in our Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit, you will be admitted to Location A on the fourth floor. The unit is designed to involve your family in the rehabilitation process and provide follow-up instruction to community caregivers.
We will teach you skills to help you and your child get around better at home and at school. And we will provide follow-up care through outpatient clinics and therapy services. Family support is available through support groups that meet on a regular basis within the medical center.
We provide outpatient rehab services for a wide range of patients with congenital and acquired conditions that result in childhood disability. From the child or adolescent with severe disability to the fully functional patient with musculoskeletal complaints, we can provide care for any patient.
Our outpatient setting provides unique procedures including nerve blocks (botulinum toxin and phenol injections), acupuncture, baclofen pump management, and electrodiagnostic testing which includes electromyogram (EMG) and nerve conduction studies. Our outpatient clinics also help families coordinate special therapy programs and medical equipment needs.
General Rehabilitation Medicine clinics are held at the following locations:
The following clinics are staffed by Rehabilitation Medicine doctors: