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New England Sinai Hospital's rehabilitation services offer customized patient- and family-focused rehab treatment and education that emphasize each patient's unique strengths, abilities and preferences. The goal is to maximize functional independence, providing patients with the essential skills needed to return to a community lifestyle.
As hospital discharge time approaches, Sinai's Simulated Living Center provides a therapeutic and safe environment to test skills learned in rehabilitation therapy, which will be needed in safely navigating a community setting.
The Sinai rehabilitation process is designed to improve the quality of life for patients recovering from a variety of medical conditions which may include:
The health care team focuses on designing a goal-oriented plan of care that promotes independence, the highest level of health and function, as well as freedom from pain. To accomplish this, our clinicians focus on setting realistic goals. A case manager will coordinate individualized rehab care and meet regularly with the entire medical care team to monitor each patient's progress. Our highly qualified team members, from the following disciplines, work together throughout a patient's stay:
Our rehabilitation services offer customized patient- and family-focused rehab treatment and education that emphasize each patient's unique strengths, abilities and preferences. Learn more.
Under the direction of our chief of pulmonary medicine, Sinai offers a continuum of pulmonary treatment and care, from inpatient ventilator management and weaning to outpatient pulmonary rehab for people with acute and chronic pulmonary conditions. Learn more about the largest long-term acute care hospital pulmonary program in New England.
New England Sinai Hospital provides comprehensive complex medical care and management for patients who require a longer length of hospital stay, which averages 25 to 30 days following an acute inpatient hospitalization. Learn more.