Open since 1974, Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute is Arkansas’ largest and most comprehensive rehabilitation hospital. Accredited by CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) for Hospital Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs and Outpatient Medical Rehabilitation Programs, Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute is also accredited for specialty programs in the areas of Amputation, Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury and Stroke.
Baptist Health Rehabilitation lnstitute’s team of highly skilled and experienced physicians, therapists, and nurses help individuals and their family members achieve their highest level of function and quality of life. This comprehensive and customized approach to rehabilitative care has led to Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute being recognized among the top rehab facilities in the nation by Uniform Data System for achieving and sustaining outstanding clinical outcomes.
In addition to our inpatient services, Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute is an established provider of outpatient rehabilitation. We have over 20 outpatient clinics across central Arkansas with an experienced team of more than 60 occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech therapists and neuropsychologists.
Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute coordinates care to assist patients with limb loss at each stage of recovery, from inpatient post-operative acute rehabilitation to prosthetic training in both inpatient and outpatient settings. We work closely with prosthetic providers to assure individuals achieve the best results with their prostheses. If needed, our Wheelchair and Seating Clinic assists with making decisions and obtaining equipment which will best meet mobility, safety and independence needs.
To make a successful transition to home and community, Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute provides unique opportunities such as David’s Village and Driver Rehabilitation. David’s Village is a simulated setting which includes a detailed replica of a grocery store, restaurant, and gas station. This gives patients the opportunity to practice and succeed at real-life skills. Our Driver Rehabilitation program helps get our patients back on the road safely and independently. Additionally, many of our patients find our peer support network helpful during and after the transition to their life at home and work.
To learn more about Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute, visit baptist-health.com or call Baptist Healthline at 888-BAPTIST
We invite you and your family to tour our facilities and learn more about the types of care provided. To arrange a tour for our Little Rock location, call (501) 202-7011; for North Little Rock, call (501) 681-0974 or toll-free at 1-888-227-8478.
Our team treats people of all ages who have suffered an amputation, which is a surgical removal of all or part of a limb or extremity such as an arm, leg, foot, hand, toe or finger. Amputations can be a result of disease such as diabetes, blood clots, infections, osteomyelitis or caused by trauma. Many of our patients are referred to the program from emergency rooms, doctors’ offices and other community partners.
The Amputee Program provides an integrated, multidisciplinary approach to evaluate, rehabilitate and support people with amputations. We specialize in individualizing care and creating a patient-centered treatment plan. We actively serve the community by collaborating with primary care physicians, pediatricians, sports medicine doctors, schools, coaches, athletic trainers and parents.
Our Amputee Program offers comprehensive treatment and rehabilitation for patients who have experienced limb loss. Throughout recovery, our goal is to help patients maximize their functional independence, find emotional strength and confidence, and successfully transition back to home, work, and the community.
Our integrated approach focuses on the post-surgical, prosthetic, and reintegration phases to:
- Address proper wound care and limb management
- Increase strength, flexibility, coordination and endurance
- Decrease pain and discomfort
- Train individuals to use prostheses with confidence to avoid complications
The amputee rehabilitation program provides comprehensive rehabilitation to treat the loss of functional ability in patients who have lost a limb. Inpatient and outpatient treatment focuses on: Balance, Strength, Walking, Activities of daily living, Prosthetics and Emotional issues. Our Amputee Support Group meets monthly, and provides ongoing support and follow-up for patients, family and friends.
The Acute Rehabilitation Unit offers intense inpatient services for individuals who have experienced functional loss or disability as a result of an accident, illness or injuries. Designed with input from physicians, clinicians, nurses, therapists and patients, our hospital’s 61 private patient room en suites, amenities and culture provide the best patient experience in comfort and convenience.
The Rehabilitation Center at Reading Hospital is proud to have received accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities for our Amputation Specialty Program. This accreditation means you and your family receive the most comprehensive care possible for post-amputation rehabilitation, from adjusting to daily activities to learning new skills with prosthetics. Your care is in the best hands with a team of compassionate professionals you can trust.
For more than 65 years, Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan (RIM) has been helping people rebuild their lives after a serious injury or illness. We do this by delivering comprehensive rehabilitation services based on cutting-edge treatment techniques, innovative research and excellent, personalized medical care.
RIM has received CARF accreditation for our specialized programs in: Amputee Specialty Program (Inpatient); Spinal Cord System of Care (Inpatient & Outpatient); Brain Injury Specialty Program (Inpatient & Outpatient); Stroke Specialty Program (Inpatient); and Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs. In addition, RIM is one of only three rehab hospitals in the country to be designated as a Magnet hospital for nursing excellence.
RIM’s comprehensive amputee program is fully equipped to help patients regain strength and learn the techniques they need to live actively and independently. RIM’s inpatient unit is staffed by a team of experts who have advanced training and experience in treating patients who have lost an upper or lower extremity as the result of disease, trauma or birth defect. Once a patient is discharged from our inpatient unit, care continues seamlessly as they transition to one of our many outpatient locations.
RIM’s Amputee Clinic is dedicated to treating people with amputations throughout their lifetime. Our comprehensive approach to care includes a team of specialists that work together to address the needs and maximize the goals of our patients. The clinic’s services include medical management, wound care, physical and occupational therapy, prosthetic fitting, and referrals to other specialized services as needed.
Patients have access to custom-made prosthetics, including electronic upper limbs, life-like cosmetically appealing prostheses and specialized limbs designed for specific sports or activities.
In addition to RIM’s 69-bed inpatient facility, the Institute also operate more than 30 outpatient sites located throughout southeast Michigan. Backed by experience, clinical expertise and a reputation for excellence, patients at RIM are given every opportunity to meet and exceed their goals.
For over 40 years, physical rehabilitation has been our specialty. As a 166-bed, fully accredited, private, not-for-profit, physical rehabilitation hospital, we offer a wide range of rehabilitation services and programs on both an inpatient and outpatient basis. Therapies include physical and occupational therapy, speech therapy, therapeutic recreation, and social and psychological services. We also offer Brain Injury Rehabilitation, Dysphagia Therapy, Driver and Vestibular Rehabilitation, Wheelchair Seating Clinic and Prosthetics and Orthotics. The center has a state-of-the-art Outpatient Health Center, which includes private examination and treatment rooms, lounge and splinting area, a spacious gym and on-site apartment for Activities of Daily Living. Patients and their families benefit from a team approach to rehabilitation which helps the patient attain positive outcomes and maximizes his or her independence.
Osseointegration at CU Orthopedics
We are one of the first dedicated and unique osseointegration programs in the country. Our unique program is dedicated to amputee patients who are experiencing difficulty with their prosthesis.
At WakeMed, we understand the physical, social and emotional challenges that patients face when they’ve experienced an amputation. That is why compassion, support and individual care planning are key components of the WakeMed Amputee Program. Our amputee program is CARF accredited. Our program offers patients that have experienced limb loss comprehensive rehabilitation services and medical management within a dedicated inpatient rehab unit.