Singing River Health System’s Comprehensive Rehabilitation Center provides intense rehabilitation through physical, occupational and speech therapy, along with daily physician oversight and rehabilitation nursing. Our multi-disciplinary treatment team designs an innovative plan of care focused on your specific needs of recovery. With pride, passion and commitment, we are dedicated to return every patient to their optimum level of function thus opening the door to maximum independence through sustained recovery even after discharge.
For certain patients, acute rehabilitation is the best setting for intensive treatment toward recovery and a return to independence. Patients who benefit from intensive care in an acute rehab setting may have experienced the following:
- Major multiple trauma
- Hip or femur fractures
- Total hip replacement
- Total knee replacement
- Cardiovascular or pulmonary issues
- Neurological conditions such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, motor neuron diseases, polyneuropathy or muscular dystrophy
- Orthopedic conditions
A pre-admission assessment screening is conducted to assess each patient’s appropriateness for the program. For more information, to request an on-site patient evaluation or to arrange a tour of a facility, please contact us at 228-809-5020.
Quality of Patient Care
Healthcare – Acquired Conditions
Rate of pressure ulcers that are new or worsened.
Lower percentages are better.
The data were collected between 10/01/2015 and 09/30/2016.
Second Wednesday of every month | 10:00am – 11:00am
This group is open to individuals who have suffered from a stroke, both recently or in the past, as well as their family members. It is designed for people to share their experiences with one another, with an emphasis on open discussion. Our group is led by the multidisciplinary team of CRC (Comprehensive Rehab Center) to provide education and support after discharge. Topics and speakers are varied but stroke oriented and based on the needs and request of the group. Active participation is encouraged as we aim for participants to share their journeys and learn new information in order to improve their function and quality of life.