Hospital Rehab Facility Partners

Hospital/Rehab Facility Partners

Today, almost 2 million Americans have experienced amputations or were born with limb difference. Another 28 million people are at risk for amputation. Hospital and rehab facilities across the country see the importance of peer support as an effective intervention to assist their patients as they cope with limb loss. The Amputee Coalition offers partnerships with these facilities to share our expertise, training curriculum and patient education materials so that the hospital can easily integrate a highly successful peer support program into their rehabilitation framework.*

Listen to what our Hospital Partners have to say about peer support partnership with the Amputee Coalition

Partnership Benefits

There are many benefits to becoming a healthcare partner facility with the Amputee Coalition:

  • Establish a nationally recognized peer support program for amputees quickly and efficiently
  • Helps meet CARF and TJC standards on peer support for facilities with an “Amputation” care designation
  • Have a hospital staff member trained as a Certified Hospital Peer Visitor Trainer to teach CPV trainings at facility
  • Receive a co-branded digital version of our peer support brochure
  • Receive Amputee Coalition Peer Support staff technical assistance and support on a regular schedule to help you keep your peer support program on track
  • Have your facility’s name, logo and links added to the Amputee Coalition Web site as a partner facility
  • Receive all benefits for Amputee Coalition Hospital Partners which includes an annual kit containing well-designed and scientifically reviewed education materials for people affected by limb loss and limb difference*

*Partners agree to maintain obligations set forth in the Hospital Partner Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).

How to Become a Hospital Partner

Hospitals and rehabilitation centers that are interested in becoming a partner facility can submit their partnership inquiry to our Ask an Information and Referral Specialist Form, email, or call 1-888-267-5669, ext. 8108.