New Hanover Regional Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital
Outcomes: Stroke Rehabilitation
Welcome! We would like to share with you some facts about the rehabilitation
program in which you are participating.
The following therapies and services are provided based on your needs:
Rehabilitation Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Case
Management, Psychosocial Services, Recreation Therapy, Nutrition Services,
Respiratory Therapy, and any needed medical services.
Persons served generally receive a minimum of 15 hours of Physical Therapy,
Occupational Therapy, and/or Speech Therapy per week. Persons served must be able
to actively participate in 3 hours of therapy for five days out of a seven day period.
Medicare, Medicaid and other insurance usually pay for your type of rehabilitation
program. If services or procedures are not covered, alternatives will be discussed with
you as needed.
STROKE (CVA) REHABILITATION PROGRAM OUTCOMES
Between January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2008
NHRMC Rehab National
Number of persons served 211 89,821
Average age of persons served 66.7 years old 69.5 years old
Average length of stay 19.6 days 18.1 days
Individuals discharged to community setting 75.8% 62.3%
On average, our patients scored us 89.6 out of 100 for satisfaction. We hope that you
will take the opportunity to participate in our satisfaction survey following your discharge.
If you have compliments or concerns, please contact us:
Leslie Kesler, Director 815-5619
Yvonne Johnson, Nursing Manager 342-3187
Tammy Bartley, Therapy Manager 815-5496
NHRMC Rehabilitation Hospital
PO Box 9000, 2131 South 17th Street, Wilmington, NC 28402-9000
Phone (910) 343-7835 www.nhrmc.org
New Hanover Regional Medical Center
Wilmington, North Carolina