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Rehabilitation Services in the Pittsburgh Area

Perhaps you’ve had an accident or surgery and require some extra care to get back to your old self.  That’s where rehabilitation services come in.  You have two options when it comes to rehabilitation:  outpatient care or in-hospital care.  Your health care professional will most likely determine which type of care is best for you.  Below are rehabilitation providers in the Pittsburgh area.

Allegheny Health NetworkRehab

Allegheny Health Network offers acute inpatient rehabilitation services at five hospitals in their network, four of which are located in Western Pennsylvania.  Find out more at:  www.ahn.org/specialties/acute-inpatient-rehabilitation-services.

HealthSouth

HealthSouth is one of the nation’s largest and most well respected providers of rehabilitation services, and prides itself on returning patients to full strength in a shorter than average timeframe.  In addition to outpatient services, HealthSouth has two rehabilitation hospitals serving the Pittsburgh region – HealthSouth Harmarville and HealthSouth Sewickley.  For more information, visit:  www.healthsouth.com.

Jewish Association on Aging

The JAA’s Charles M. Morris Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, located in Squirrel Hill, provides rehabilitative services at the Weinberg Village Campus.  It also offers outpatient therapy at the center.  Learn more at:  www.jaapgh.org.

Kindred Hospital

Located in Oakdale, Kindred Hospital provides rehabilitation services to medically complex patients requiring specialized treatment and an extended recovery period.  Learn more at:  www.kindredhospitalpittsburgh.com/our-services/rehabilitation-services.

ManorCare Health Services

ManorCare operates numerous facilities throughout the region that offer skilled nursing and rehabilitation.  To find a location near you, visit:  www.heartland-manorcare.com/find-a-location.

Lutheran SeniorLife

In addition to providing rehabilitation services for its residents, Lutheran SeniorLife also provides outpatient rehabilitation services to non-residents at two locations:  the Passavant Community in Zelienople, and St. John Community in Mars.  Discover more at:  www.lutheranseniorlife.org.

Schenley Gardens

Located on Bigelow Boulevard in Pittsburgh, Schenley Gardens provides outpatient rehabilitation therapy at its Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Center.  Find out more about the array of services at Schenley Gardens by visiting their website at:  www.schenleygardensseniorliving.com/rehabilitation-center.

St. Barnabas Health System

St. Barnabas offers rehabilitation services for skilled nursing patients and outpatients in Gibsonia, in Allegheny County, and Valencia, in Butler County.  Visit their website at:  stbarnabashealthsystem.com/care-services/rehabilitation.

UPMC Centers for Rehab Services

UPMC has more than 50 locations where it provides outpatient locations and offers a network of inpatient rehabilitation locations at its eight hospitals throughout the Pittsburgh area.  To learn more how UPMC Rehab Services may benefit you, visit thire website at:  www.upmc.com/Services/rehab/Pages/default.aspx.

Vincentian Rehabilitation Services

Vincentian Rehabilitation provides outpatient and inpatient therapy to adults. Outpatient care is provided at the North Hills location, and inpatient care is provided at their four long-term care facilities.  To learn more about the care available at Vincentian, visit:  www.vcs.org/rehabilitation.

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