Meeting the Medically Complex Needs of Our Patient Population
Patients who are typically admitted to Specialty Hospital require one or more of the following services:
Long-Term IV Antibiotics (three weeks or longer):
Infectious disease management for patients requiring three or more weeks of intravenous antibiotic therapy for severe infections ,such as endocarditis, lung disorders, and bone and joint infections.
Complex ventilator management and weaning, as well as aggressive and personalized treatment for a wide range of cardio / pulmonary disorders, multisystem organ failure and complex conditions requiring pulmonary rehabilitation.
Aggressive care for kidney disorders and the management of acute and chronic end stage renal disease.
Post-Cerebral Vascular Accident/Stroke Care:
Aggressive management utilizing speech, physical and occupational therapy modalities for a wide variety of neurologic disorders, decreased mobility, loss of strength and swallowing disorders.
Specializing in the care of the post-surgical cardiac patient, as well as the management of cardiopulmonary disorders requiring ventilator support and critical care cardiac drips.
Care of a wide variety of post-operative conditions and complications, such as fistulas, dehisced wounds, ostomies and trauma.
Complex Wound Care:
Multidisciplinary approach to complex wound management with a certified wound team specializing in advanced wound therapies and treatment modalities, including negative pressure wound therapy, support surfaces, debridement, pain management and nutrition.
Low Tolerance Rehabilitation:
Individualized physical, occupational and speech therapies designed to build strength, mobility and optimal functioning in order to return the patient to the highest level of health and well-being.