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From the ground up, RHI was built for Rehabilitation

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RHI was built for rehabilitation, and that is evident when you visit the scenic campus. RHI’s main campus offers the following amenities:
  • A 12,000 square foot gymnasium with state-of-the-art equipment
  • Our therapy gym has activities of daily living practice areas to help you transition to home such as a practice kitchen, practice bathroom with shower, bath and lavatory, bed and car
  • The swimming pool is used for rehabilitation
  • Patients enjoy large rooms that do not restrict wheelchair mobility
  • Large bathrooms with customized showers and sinks built especially for rehabilitation patients
  • Hallways and doors are wide, and nursing stations are built at wheelchair height
  • A Transitional Living Unit (TLU) within the hospital
The TLU is a furnished apartment-style living area that allows patients to practice being at home while professional help is readily available. Patients and caregivers will test their skills and build confidence in their abilities while discovering areas for continued improvement.
Some Questions You May Have...
  • Are there hotels close by where my family and friends stay at discounted rates?

    The reception desk has a list of all of the hotels in the area, along with a list of many hotels that offer discounts to our patients’ friends and caregivers.

  • Can patients have a large group join to celebrate events such as birthdays and anniversaries?

    Caregivers can reserve a conference room, depending on availability, on weekdays after 6:00 p.m., and on weekends. Arrangements can be made through a discharge planner, the reception desk, or through the administration executive assistant.

  • Can patients go outside with visitors?

    Weather permitting and with approval of their nursing unit, patients are encouraged to go outside with assistance.

  • Can my friends and family take me out to eat?

    In some cases, patients are allowed to dine out with caregivers if it is a therapeutic activity. Insurance will need to approve this activity if their caregivers have been checked off and approved by RHI.

  • Can my family bring me food from outside of RHI?.

    Your friends and family may bring you food in to RHI after confirming any dietary restrictions or requirements with your nurse.

  • Can visitors spend the night?

    Visitors are not permitted to spend the night out of respect for privacy of the other patients. Accommodations can be made for caregivers and caregivers at nearby hotels at discounted rates.

  • Can my pets visit me?

    Your dog may visit with the written permission of your physician, and upon the provision of proper documentation of current vaccinations. Please note that you will be issued a special tag for the dog’s collar. Your dog will not be allowed to visit without the special tag.

  • Do all rooms have phones with their own numbers so family and friends can call?

    Yes, all patient rooms have phones for local calls, and can receive calls. Long distance calls can be made using a calling card.

  • Can I smoke at RHI?

    All RHI facilities are smoke free.  Caregivers and visitors need to leave RHI property if they wish to smoke. Patients are not allowed to use tobacco products and cannot leave the property. Patients may speak with their physician to obtain medication to address this issue while they complete their rehabilitation at RHI.

  • Will I have a private room at RHI?

    Rooms are semi-private at RHI.

  • Is there wifi available?

    Yes, wifi access is available to our patients and their caregivers.

  • Are laundry services provided?

    Caregivers are responsible for laundry, and laundry facilities are available on each unit for caregivers to use. Tide detergent is available free of charge. Caregivers may also take clothing home to be laundered.

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