Inpatient Stroke Rehabilitation
After a stroke, your doctor may recommend you begin your recovery journey at an inpatient rehabilitation facility. You’ll receive round-the-clock care and participate in intensive, goal-oriented daily therapy to help you regain your independence and work toward returning home.
Accredited Stroke Rehab Program
For top-quality inpatient stroke recovery, choose Cone Health Inpatient Rehabilitation Center. We hold Stroke Specialty Program accreditation from CARF International. So you know we’re committed to continuously improving our services to enhance the lives of stroke survivors and their families.
Enjoy an environment that supports recovery and ensures safety. You’ll stay in a private room and have access to specialized rehabilitation spaces and equipment. Gain confidence in your abilities by joining your therapists for a trip to the grocery store or another destination to practice your skills in a “real world” setting. And because our facility is located within Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital, rest assured that you have quick, easy access to sophisticated critical care services 24/7.
Learn more about the Cone Health Inpatient Rehabilitation Center.
Coordinated Care from a Specialized Team
Lean on providers focused on helping you build strength, relearn skills or find new ways of accomplishing everyday tasks. Your stroke specialty program rehabilitation team includes:
- Board-certified physical medicine and rehabilitation doctors (physiatrists)
- Rehabilitation nurses
- Physical therapists (PTs)
- Occupational therapists (OTs)
- Speech-language pathologists (SLPs)
- Recreational therapists (RT)
- Social workers
Exceptional Care, Exceptional Outcomes
Each year, the Cone Health Inpatient Rehabilitation Center team helps approximately 300 stroke survivors and their families work toward their recovery goals. Our patients improve their functional abilities, gain independence, and complete the program at rates that exceed national averages. In 2015:
- 93 percent of our patients completed the program, compared with a national average of 89 percent.
- 76.39 percent of our patients returned home after completing the program, compared with a national average of 69.57 percent.
The average stay for stroke survivor was 15 days.