What to Expect

We are here for you, and our focus is to provide you with the appropriate level of care to help you reach your maximum potential. We offer a minimum of three hours of therapy at least five days each week.

Here is what you can expect on a typical day at our hospital:


Your nurse will start your day with treatments and medication as needed. Nursing or therapy staff will assist you as needed with bathing, dressing, and toileting. Your breakfast will consist of your choices from the menu that follow the recommendation from your doctor and dietician. You will have therapy scheduled throughout the day. Your therapy schedule will be displayed in your room each evening for the following day.


Lunch consists of your choices from the menu that follow recommendations from your doctor and dietitian. Your nurse will administer any treatments and medications as needed. Your therapy sessions will continue into the afternoon. Your schedule can be modified as necessary to include breaks. Your nurse will continue to check on you throughout the day.


Dinner consists of your choices from the menu that follow recommendations from your doctor and dietitian. Snacks will be available as needed later in the evening. The evening is a good time for family and friends to visit and for you to rest and prepare for the next day of therapy. Your nursing staff will assist you with bathing, changing into night-time attire and getting ready for bed.

The menu for all meals will be posted daily.

Dining Schedule 

Breakfast: 7 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
Lunch: 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Dinner: 4:30 p.m. – 6 p.m.

What You Should Bring

Items that you may find necessary to have with you during your admission to inpatient rehabilitation include:

  • Loose-fitting clothing
  • Sturdy, low-heeled shoes or sneakers with non-slip soles
  • Undergarments/socks
  • Nightgown or pajamas
  • Robe/slippers with non-skid soles
  • Personal items such as eyeglasses, hearing aids, contact lenses, C-PAP/Bi-PAP, cosmetics, toiletries
  • Special medications not available in our pharmacy 
  • Copy of advance directives, living will, power of attorney
  • Copy of your insurance card
  • Jacket or sweater

All your personal belongings should be labeled with your name. It works best to leave valuables (cash, jewelry) at home.

Discharge Planning

The rehabilitation process doesn’t stop here.  We believe that early discharge planning is the key to eliminating any barriers that stand between you or your loved one returning back to the community.  Your case manager will work in conjunction with your rehabilitation team to ensure a smooth, safe plan for discharge after your treatment is completed with us.


  • Portable Patient Health Profile
  • Info on Directives
  • Medical Power of Attorney