A sudden loss of independence challenges the body and spirit. For more than 25 years, Cone Health Rehabilitation Center has helped patients and families return to full, productive lives after experiencing the effects of a debilitating illness or injury.
Our 49-bed Inpatient Rehabilitation Center, located at The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital, provides comprehensive rehabilitation services to individuals who have experienced a serious injury or illness.
Our center is staffed by experienced and dedicated physicians and rehabilitation professionals who work together with patients and families to provide personalized, comprehensive and fully integrated care. We provide rehabilitation services to individuals who have experienced serious injury or illness, including brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, neuromuscular diseases, limb loss, orthopedic conditions and cancer.
Our Inpatient Rehabilitation Center is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation and for specialty programs in stroke and brain injury rehabilitation.
Our patients, their families and caregivers are the focus of our personalized rehabilitation treatment approach. Together, they can participate in all aspects of rehabilitation, including therapy sessions and education classes, as well as goal setting and treatment planning.
Our Rehabilitation Center "apartment" gives our patients and families the opportunity to practice skills in a home-like setting. And, our community outings offer additional real-world opportunities to practice skills and gain confidence. As part of the process, we encourage and facilitate family conferences, so our patients have the support and care they need to live their lives to the fullest.
We offer the following specialized rehabilitation programs:
To be admitted to our Inpatient Rehabilitation Center, our patients must meet the following criteria:
- Require intensive and coordinated rehabilitation services to restore independence in one or more of the following areas: mobility, self-care or communication/cognition.
- Be able to participate in and benefit from an intensive rehabilitation program. This generally includes at least three hours of therapy, five days a week. In certain cases, we can provide 15 hours of therapy, seven days a week.
- Be likely to significantly benefit from our program within a reasonable period of time.
- Require close medical supervision by a physician with specialized training in rehabilitation.
- Need therapy from multiple disciplines, one of which must be physical or occupational therapy.
- Need specialized care provided by a rehabilitation nurse.
- Have an identified preliminary discharge plan.
- Be 18 years of age or older.
- Be free from any major psychiatric or behavioral disorder that may prevent the benefits of rehabilitation.
For more information, contact our Admissions Coordinator at (336) 832-8153 or (336) 430-4505.
NEW PATIENTS: Download our Patient Handbook to help you prepare for admission to the hospital.