Programs & Specialties

University Hospitals Avon Rehabilitation Hospital provides acute physical and cognitive rehabilitation for individuals 16 years old and older following stroke, spinal cord or brain injury, amputation or other illnesses and injuries.

Our hospital is designed to provide intensive rehabilitation therapy in a hospital environment for patients who have complex nursing, medical and rehabilitation needs and who require and can benefit from an inpatient stay.

A patient’s rehabilitation diagnosis must be medically manageable (i.e. stroke, amputation, spinal cord or brain injury, arthritis, burns, etc.). Other admission criteria may also apply. The clinical team works with each patient to determine their appropriate level of care.

Patients must be able to fully participate in and benefit from an intensive rehabilitation therapy program prior to transfer from the referring hospital – three hours of therapy at least five days a week.

Rehab Programs

Rehabilitation programs we specialize in include:

Hospital Features and Amenities

UH Avon Rehabilitation Hospital features:

  • Spacious private rooms with flat-screen televisions and phones
  • Dedicated/secure unit for our brain injury program
  • Free Wi-Fi in patient rooms and throughout facility
  • Open-door visitation policy; children are welcome on campus
  • Private bathrooms with walk-in showers
  • Dining rooms and dysphasia dining room
  • Spacious therapy gyms with one-to-one and group therapy
  • Therapy sun room
  • Apartment-style suite focused on activities of daily living (ADL)
  • Outside patios and courtyard
  • Bariatric rooms with automatic lifts
  • Day rooms/lounges
  • State-of-the-art technologies such as LiteGait and Vital Stimulation

Our Team

Our care team consists of:

  • Physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians
  • Consulting physicians in internal medicine, orthopedics, neurology, nephrology, infectious diseases, pulmonology and other specialties
  • Rehabilitation nurses
  • Physical therapists
  • Occupational therapists
  • Speech-language pathologists
  • Clinical nutritionists
  • Case managers
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