One Dedicated Location
Meeting Outpatient Needs in a State-of-the-Art Facility
Healthcare does not begin with the onset of an illness or end when the patient goes home. On the contrary, total wellness often requires treatments and services beyond the traditional hospital setting. Those needing diabetes education, cardiovascular rehabilitation, physical and occupational therapy, and even regular dialysis will realize the benefits of treatment in a setting specifically designed to promote healing and wellness.
The Everett Kircher Dialysis Area
Dialysis: Every Hour Counts
The restrictions of dialysis are considerably more tolerable with advanced technology and comfort options created especially for the patient.
Speech and Language Pathology
Therapists address those conditions affecting speech patterns or vocalization. Through a process of clinical exercises, modeling, and feedback, patients can maximize their progress.
Diabetes management — through dietary changes, exercise and educational programs, and medication — requires the right information. Physicians, dieticians, diabetes educators, and registered nurses assist patients in making important and necessary lifestyle changes.
Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Making Gains, Measuring Progress
Rehabilitation, appropriate to the patient’s condition, allows the patient to regain
strength, learn new skills, or make the necessary adaptations to optimize overall health and wellness.
Physical and Occupational Therapies
Strengthening Old Skills, Learning New Ones
When daily life is adversely affected through aging, trauma, or disease, physical and occupational therapies are prescribed. Structured to regain strength and skills, or to compensate and replace lost abilities, these therapies increase quality of life and return patients to an appropriate functional level.
Cancer Survivorship Program
For Our Youngest Patients
Specially trained pediatric therapists use gentle, healing methods to reach children, adolescents, and teens with special needs as a result of illness, injury, or birth defect.
Living with Cancer
Patients living with and surviving cancer face a number of challenges, both emotionally and physically. Wellness specialists answer questions, anticipate potential difficulties before they arise, and offer professional medical and therapeutic support.
Wellness Counseling and Education
A Teachable Moment
Knowledge is key to realizing and then maintaining a life of good health. Skilled professionals create individualized regimens to guide patients through lifestyle changes.