We would like to thank you for taking the time to learn more about Three Rivers Health Rehab Pavilion. We offer comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation services. Using an interdisciplinary team approach, we customize each patient’s care and treatment. Our goal is to provide comprehensive and continuing care to persons with impairments. Our treatment team focuses on patients’ capabilities, rather than disabilities. This positive approach allows our rehabilitation professionals to help patients return to their highest levels of independence. Our rehab program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) with a special emphasis on stroke accreditation. We help patients with a wide variety of diagnoses and conditions, such as:
- Neurological disorders
- Multiple trauma
- Congenital abnormalities
- Brain injury
- Spinal cord injuries
- Fractured femurs
- Other debilitating conditions
If you or someone you love has ever had an illness that requires rehabilitation, you know how important it is to have a fully credentialed team of skilled, compassionate professionals working on your behalf. We offer a wide range of services, including:
- Physical, occupational, and speech therapy
- Rehabilitation nursing
- Social work and counseling
- Spiritual support
- Pre-admission screening and family
- Family conferences
- Insurance screening
- Case coordination and care conferences
- Patient and family education
- Eating and swallowing program
- Home evaluations
- Durable medical equipment/device assistance
Rehabilitation, Helping You Reach Your Goals
A comprehensive, integrated inpatient rehabilitation program makes use of the “team approach” for your benefit. Your treatment team will carefully consider your needs and capabilities, and then — along with your input — develop an individualized plan of care.
Our program places emphasis on:
- providing the highest level of therapy, medical care, and nursing care;
- helping you regain independence by teaching you new ways to do ‘self-supportive’ tasks such as laundry, cooking, and cleaning;
- teaching you the ‘activities of daily living’ (or ADLs) — such as dressing, grooming, bathing, etc. — to help you resume your normal quality of life;
- transfer training and mobility
- assisting with communication skills;
- providing patient and family education, counseling, and training;
- dealing with the psychosocial issues that frequently occur after illness or injury; and
- developing an appropriate, ongoing plan of care that will help keep you well, even after you’re discharged.
You Make the Difference
Though your team of caregivers will support you throughout your recovery, the progress you make depends largely on you. Your hard work and participation are crucial to your ultimate success.
Most of our services are available seven days a week. We participate with Medicare, Medicaid, and most other private and group insurance companies.
For More Information
To learn more about these services, please contact:
Three Rivers Health Rehab Pavilion
701 S. Health Parkway
Three Rivers, MI 49093
Phone: (269) 273-9795
REHABILITATION UNIT SUCCESS STORY
The Three Rivers Rehabilitation Unit had the pleasure of meeting up again with Mr. John Stevens on May 5, 2017. John was a former patient on our rehab unit on two different occasions. In 2013, he suffered a stroke. He faced several challenges during this time, the most difﬁcult being learning to walk again. But he did it!
“The therapists worked very hard with me and showed me exactly what to do. Each therapist had their unique way of teaching me. I liked that. It gave me a different perspective and outlook on things,” said John.
Recently, John was admitted again to our rehab unit with what is called “late-effect” stroke. John began feeling weaker at home and started to experience some falls. His wife called our social worker, Chris Johnson, and Chris put her in contact with our staff on the rehab unit. Physical Therapist Ruta Grinvalds made a visit to John’s home to do an assessment and determine if John could beneﬁt from rehab again. John said he never appreciated anything so much in his lifetime as he did that visit. It gave him hope again. After consultation with his family physician, John was admitted again to our rehab unit. The nurses and therapists were excellent once again. They got me stronger and able to walk again. They don’t give up on you, they make you work!”
When we asked John if he would recommend our rehab to other people, he shouted out, “Well of course I would, it’s the best rehab unit in our state. Why wouldn’t you recommend the best to people? They take care of the whole person, not just what’s wrong with you. I might not be as fast as I used to be, and
I might need a wheelchair for long distances … but I can walk again, and I am stronger thanks to the staff at Three Rivers Health Rehab!”
Three Rivers Health is CARF accredited (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities