Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital offers multidisciplinary inpatient medical rehabilitation. The hospital’s inpatient center is designed to help patients reach optimal functionality following an injury or illness.
Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital offers inpatient rehabilitation in a licensed, 18-bed acute inpatient rehabilitation unit located on the 8th floor of the hospital.
Personal performance goals are incorporated into a customized rehabilitation treatment program. As a member of the Memorial Hermann Rehabilitation Network affiliated with TIRR Memorial Hermann, continuously ranked as one of the best rehabilitation hospitals in the nation and best in Texas by U.S. News and World Report, we are committed to bringing high-quality rehabilitation to Greater Houston.
The following patients may be appropriate for one of the Memorial Hermann Community Inpatient Rehabilitation Units:
An individualized and comprehensive treatment program is designed by the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) interdisciplinary team to meet the specific needs of each patient. The inpatient rehabilitation team consists of the physicians, the patient, the family, physical therapists, speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists, psychologist, social worker, case managers, clinical dietitian and 24-hour nursing services.
An individualized rehabilitation program is developed to promote independence and safety so that the patient can return to a productive and fulfilling life. The PM&R physician collaborates with the patient’s other physicians.
At the Memorial Hermann inpatient rehabilitation unit, we provide individualized and patient-center care. The inpatient rehabilitation unit operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We provide rehabilitative care for individuals with many different debilitating injuries, illnesses and other serious medical conditions. Our patients benefit from the highly specialized care provided through our inpatient rehabilitation programs.
Each patient admitted to the inpatient rehabilitation unit is expected to have a diagnosis/condition which is known to benefit from comprehensive rehabilitation intervention. Functional limitations may include any of the following:
Patients admitted for inpatient rehabilitation services* are expected to meet the following criteria:
Although the majority of our referrals come from acute-care hospitals, we also receive referral from other sources, - including, but not limited to, physician offices and skilled nursing facilities.
Funding sources may include private insurance, worker’s compensation, government programs (i.e., Medicare) and self-pay. In addition, charity care can be provided in accordance with the appropriate guidelines.
For more information about the Memorial Hermann Southwest Inpatient Rehabilitation, download our fact sheet:
Patients admitted to the inpatient unit will be 18 years of age or older. Patients must be medically able to participate in a comprehensive rehabilitation program. Patients may have concomitant conditions either independent of or resulting from the illness or injury. Examples include, but are not limited to, visual or hearing impairments. Accommodations will be made to meet these needs as best as possible.
Each patient admitted for inpatient rehabilitation services* is expected to meet the following criteria:
We are located at the intersection of US 59 and Beechnut.
From POB 1 Entrance (Professional Office Building)
From Beechnut Lot Lobby Entrance
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