McLaren Health Care
Inpatient Rehab Unit

Inpatient Therapy

Our specialized Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation is a program that helps you recover after a stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, or other injury that has affects how you have been living. Through therapy, education, and treatment, we help you build the skills you need to get back to your daily life.

McLaren's Acute inpatient rehab is a specialized hospital unit. The length of stay is individualized by what you need, your progress and your ability to participate. Admission has specific guidelines such as your illness or injury and how it has affected your ability to function.Our goal is to get you back home functioning as well as possible.

Conditions we treat

  • Neurosurgical rehab
  • Loss of mobility or difficulty with walking, stair climbing
  • Susceptibility to falling
  • Loss of coordination and balance
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Speech and language problems
  • Memory deficits and judgment difficulties
  • Difficulty performing self-care activities
  • Inability to work or function in the community
  • Loss of bowel or bladder control

Patient admission criteria

  • 18 years and older
  • Potential to improve functional abilities
  • Medically stable
  • Requires at least two therapies
  • Motivation/determination to participate in the rehabilitation program
  • Ability to follow directions necessary for participation
  • Medical complexity requires 24 hour/7 day a week physician monitoring and rehabilitation nursing care
  • The patient and family have identified a plan for discharge to a community setting

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Patient Stories

Arthur Roat

McLaren Health Care

“Everyone at Karmanos and McLaren were very nice to me,” said Roat. “They really took care of me, and when I was all done with treatment, they let me ring the survivor’s bell, which felt great.”

Michele Rachal

McLaren Health Care

“It feels really good to ring the bell,” said Rachal. “Radiation is a process, and I’ve been through it and I’m done. This is my day.”

Marilyn Sweet, Rod Wilbur & Agatha Snoep

McLaren Health Care

“I didn’t want to get up in the morning back then, and when I did get up, I didn’t want to do anything. Now I like getting up in the morning, and look forward to doing more than I did the day before.”
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