UPMC Rehabilitation Institute is one of the largest rehab networks in the U.S.
We offer complete care for spinal cord injuries, stroke, and other severe injuries at more than 90 inpatient and outpatient locations. We're here to support you through each phase of your recovery.
Our services include:
Our rehab experts have access to your full history through your electronic health records.
Our rehab experts team up with other experts to provide complete care, such as:
UPMC rehab experts tailor plans of care for each individual. Your plan may include a few types of rehab therapies and services three hours each day.
Since inpatient rehab units are in UPMC's hospitals, you have prompt access to a wide range of on-site services including:
Outpatient rehab services may take time to arrange. You and your family should start early when planning for discharge from inpatient rehab.
Our support staff will help you plan and arrange for the outpatient care you need. This will ensure a smooth transition from the hospital to home or another facility.
Your case manager or social worker can provide more details on your options.
A smooth transition from the hospital to the community is vital.
Getting out and about can improve symptoms of depression and help you heal.
UPMC offers patients community reentry programs. These help you practice new skills in “real life" situations.
An outing may include lunch or shopping.
During the trip, the care team can identify problems and then address them during outpatient rehab treatment.
This short-stay rehab is for people who no longer need inpatient care but aren't ready to go home.
Our doctors, specialty-trained therapists, and other transitional rehab staff provide:
Many people need rehab or other care after discharge.
Our case managers and social workers can help connect you with other providers if need be.
Outpatient rehab is often the next step after leaving the hospital or skilled nursing. It may also be the best choice for people who don't need inpatient care.
Most insurance plans cover some outpatient rehab services.
Outpatient rehab may include:
Adult daycare helps older adults stay in their homes rather than moving to a nursing or residential home. Insurance may or may not cover the cost of adult daycare.
Adult daycare takes place in a group setting and provides seniors with:
Some adult daycares may offer medical help such as:
Some people returning home from a hospital or nursing home may need follow-up care.
UPMC at Home offers at-home health care services such as:
These pre-scheduled visits are often short. Most health plans cover at-home care.
For people who aren't well enough to go home after inpatient rehab, long-term care may be an option.
Assisted living is the right choice if you're mostly independent.
These communities are often in a campus-like setting with a staff that can help with your:
Insurance usually does not cover this type of care.
UPMC Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation provides 24-hour nursing and other health care services. These homes are for people who can't live on their own.
A nursing home stay may be short-term until you're healthy enough to go home.
UPMC's nursing homes also provide physical and occupational therapy.
Health plans may cover all or part of nursing home costs.
Private duty nursing is available in a range of settings, including:
Based on your needs, your private duty caretaker may be:
Private duty nursing services include:
Care ranges from several hours a day to around-the-clock. Insurance usually does not cover this type of care.