The goal of inpatient rehabilitation is to help patients get back to their lives, families, and friends as quickly as possible – with quality, individualized physical rehabilitation delivered with compassion, dignity, and respect for all.
The Wooster Community Hospital inpatient rehabilitation unit is located on the fourth floor of the main campus central tower.
Referrals for inpatient rehabilitation can be initiated by physicians, patients or their families, discharge planners, and allied health professionals. In addition, a patient's stay on the unit may be covered completely or in part by Medicare or private insurance.
Inpatient Rehab Services
The WCH rehab team can provide a wide variety of inpatient rehabilitation services to hospitalized patients, including:
Patients receiving inpatient rehab also benefit from 24/7 rehabilitation nursing care and the oversight of a medical director who specializes in neurology and physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Working closely with each patient and their family members, the Wooster Community Hospital rehabilitation team designs a customized treatment plan that focuses on potential rather than limitations. Our progressive approach strives to meet the needs of everyone involved in the rehabilitation process, including patients and their loved ones.
Don’t take our word for it: Read what our patients have to say about their inpatient rehabilitation experience.
CONDITIONS REQUIRING REHABILITATION
Illnesses, medical conditions, and events that may require inpatient rehabilitation at WCH include:
- Hip Fracture
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Neurological Disorders
- Parkinson's Disease
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Monday – Friday: 4 pm – 8 pm
- Saturday: 2 pm – 8 pm
- Sunday: 11 am – 8 pm
For more information about inpatient rehabilitation at Wooster Community Hospital in Ohio, call (330) 263-8421.
The intensive care unit at Wooster Community Hospital is a specialized unit featuring private rooms that are custom-designed to address the individual needs of our hospitalized patients.
Not only does the ICU have specialized, state-of-the-art equipment that allows us to provide care to a variety of critically ill patients, but our intensive care nurses are specially trained to provide personalized, compassionate care to ICU patients and their loved ones. All registered nurses working in the ICU are trained in advanced cardiac life support techniques.
YOUR CRITICAL CARE TEAM
WCH personnel who are dedicated to caring for our ICU patients include:
- Case Managers
- Intensivists (doctors with special critical-care training)
- Occupational Therapists
- Patient Care Assistants
- Physical Therapists
- Registered Nurses
- Respiratory Therapists
- Social Workers
- Speech Therapists
PERSONALIZED APPROACH TO ICU CARE
“ICU Liberation” is an approach to ICU care designed to improve communication, teamwork, family involvement, and patient outcomes. It’s the approach we take in the Wooster Community Hospital ICU.
This personalized approach focuses on:
- Regular assessment and treatment of pain, including medication reviews for improved pain control and the management of delirium.
- Early mobility and exercise to help prevent muscle loss due to immobilization while in the ICU, and to help improve alertness and orientation to aid in recovery. Rather than keeping patients sedated and sedentary during their ICU stay, patients are helped to walk with a ventilator. This improves healing time and reduces the risk of complications that are typical in a traditional ICU environment.
- Family engagement and empowerment, especially in daily rounds by health care providers (doctors, nurses, rehabilitation staff, and more) for direct communication, with questions answered on the spot.
Learn more about the ICU Liberation approach.
For more information about our intensive care unit, call (330) 263-8371, or visit our care and services representative on the second floor of the patient tower at Wooster Community Hospital.
SPECIAL EXPERTISE IN CARING FOR PATIENTS WHO HAVE UNDERGONE JOINT REPLACEMENT SURGERY
Wooster Community Hospital’s medical/surgical unit is where our highly skilled nursing staff provides expert physical and emotional care to patients recovering from all types of surgery or a wide range of acute illnesses.
Our caregivers have special expertise in caring for those who have undergone joint replacement or had surgery to repair a fracture. In these cases, our nursing staff works closely with WCH physical therapists to develop an appropriate, individualized plan of rehabilitative care designed to return these patients to leading safely independent lives once again.
No matter what brings you to us, rest assured that you’ll be in good hands at the WCH medical/surgical unit as you recover from illness or surgery.
For more information about Wooster Community Hospital’s medical and surgical unit, call the Floor 2 team at (330) 287-2740 and the Floor 3 team at (330) 287-2940.
SPECIALIZED PCU UNIT IN WOOSTER, OH
The progressive care unit (PCU) at Wooster Community Hospital is a specialized medical and cardiac unit with private rooms. This unit was designed to provide our patients and their families with state-of-the-art care, while ensuring privacy and comfort.
Our specialized equipment and unit design allow us to care for patients who require cardiac monitoring, blood pressure readings, specialized catheter readings, or a higher level of nursing care, without having to move them to the intensive care unit (ICU).
For patients requiring breathing therapy, the PCU has specialized equipment readily available. Our advanced equipment and specially trained nursing staff allow us to provide compassionate, quality care in a healing setting. All registered nurses working in the PCU are trained in advanced cardiac life support techniques.
The PCU is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and is located on the first floor of the East Building patient tower at the WCH main campus.
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For more information about the progressive care unit at Wooster Community Hospital in Wooster, Ohio, call (330) 202-5640.