The new inpatient rehabilitation hospital will provide treatment for patients with a number of neurological injuries and diseases, such as Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, stroke, traumatic brain injury, and spinal cord injury. This hospital will also provide care for individuals with amputations, arthritis, and orthopedic needs, including hip fractures, joint replacements, and osteoporosis. “Our model focuses on the individual needs of each patient, with a goal of restoring them back to their highest possible functional ability and returning to home,” stated Michael Long, Division President of Vibra’s rehabilitation division.
The services provided by the new inpatient rehabilitation hospital will help address the post-acute care needs of the community and will also complement the services currently provided by Vibra’s nearby long-term acute care hospital (LTACH) located in Folsom, CA. “This new free-standing rehabilitation hospital located just 10 minutes from downtown Sacramento, in addition to our existing 60 bed LTACH, Vibra Hospital of Sacramento, will provide the greater Sacramento community excellent options for post-acute care hospital services for both rehabilitation and post-ICU care,” stated Ann Gors, Division President of Vibra’s LTACH division.
Brad Hollinger, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Vibra Healthcare added: “We are looking forward to meeting the medical rehabilitation needs of the greater Sacramento community. Our specially designed, state-of-the-art inpatient medical rehabilitation hospital will offer the most advanced equipment, clinical services, and therapeutic care available. We are eager to contribute to the community in a meaningful way, with a goal of facilitating the recovery process after a debilitating injury or illness and restoring our patients back to health.”
About Vibra Healthcare
Vibra Healthcare, LLC is a post-acute care provider based in Mechanicsburg, PA that is focused on the development, acquisition, and operation of freestanding specialty acute care hospitals, medical rehabilitation hospitals, and outpatient physical rehabilitation centers. Teams of highly trained specialists lead clinical programs at Vibra’s specialty hospitals for rehabilitating patients who suffer from strokes, multiple traumas, major orthopedic, neurologic, cardiac, and respiratory conditions. Vibra and its affiliates currently employ over 6,000 employees and own and operate 45 specialty hospitals, transitional care units/facilities, and hospital-based outpatient physical therapy locations in 14 states. For additional information about Vibra Healthcare’s network of specialty hospitals and post-acute care continuum, please visit our website at www.vibrahealthcare.com.
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