Some Things to Know About Subacute Rehabilitation
What is subacute rehabilitation?
As opposed to the acute care that one might receive in a hospital setting, subacute care is a far gentler approach meant to help support one’s transition back into their life. This is largely measured by how able one is to carry out activities of daily living (ADLs) as they adjust to any new circumstances that they may need to contend with.
Why might I or a loved one need subacute rehabilitation?
Many hospitals today will discharge patients from an acute care setting without the tools or skills needed to function independently with an acceptable level of safety. A subacute rehabilitation facility like Regeis Care Center is there to help correct that deficit.
How long is the typical stay in a subacute rehabilitation facility?
Considering that every patient has different needs and must contend with different circumstances, there is no concrete answer. While some residents stay with us for days or weeks, some may be with us for longer.
Will insurance cover my stay at Regeis Care Center?
We accept most insurance, in addition to Medicare and Medicaid.
Will I or a loved one have access to all-hours care?
Yes—to ensure the safety and proper recovery of our guests, we have staff here 24/7. Additionally, guests are also allowed at any time.