A Community Collaboration Between IU Health and St. Vincent

About RHI

Holistic Approach
Committed to Innovation

Let the Healing Begin.

We approach every patient understanding that every diagnosis, every illness, and every injury are different. It’s the collective effort of trained and compassionate team members who value the quality of life of every patient and their caregivers. It’s the right kind of treatment– inpatient, outpatient, and follow-up services– provided under the same roof. It’s one step closer to home. It’s a continuum of care. It’s RHI. This is how we help.




Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana provides personalized, compassionate care that enables individuals to regain hope and independence after life-changing injury or illness.



RHI leads the practice of rehabilitative medicine through internationally-recognized translational research, innovative and patient-centered care, and holistic training.


We will achieve this vision through the following:

  • Achieving in superior patient outcomes
  • Embracing innovative treatment methods
  • Recruiting outstanding clinical expertise
  • Training the next generation of rehabilitation professionals
  • Seeking partnerships with other community members who serve our patient population
  • Providing a lifetime continuum of services for our patients



Integrity: Treating each individual with dignity and respect
Innovation: Pioneering in research leading to better outcomes
Compassion: Providing an empathetic and healing environment
Teamwork: Empowering employees
Service: Providing community outreach and advocacy for individuals with disabilities through our staff, physicians, and the RHI Foundation.



  • RHI is the only Rehabilitation Hospital in the State of Indiana CARF accredited in brain injury, spinal cord injury, and stroke.


  • The public may contact CARF to report complaints or concerns to feedback@carf.org or you may call toll-free (866) 510-2273 or (866) 510-CARF, which is a dedicated telephone line for receiving consumer feedback during business hours. The number is TTY-accessible for people with hearing impairments.


  • The public may contact The Joint Commission to report any concerns or register any complaints about Joint Commission-accredited health care organization by either calling (800) 994-6610, or emailing complaint@jointcommission.org.