Rehabilitation Medicine - Acute Medical Rehabilitation
What to Expect
In the MRU
You can expect to meet a team of hard-working healthcare professionals who produce high levels of patient satisfaction and significant results for patients rehabilitating from, but not limited to:
- Neurological Disease or Disorders
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Guillain-Barre Syndrome
- Cerebral Palsy
- Neuromuscular Disorders
- Orthopedic Conditions
- Post-Surgical Conditions
- Lower Leg Amputations
- Medical Debilitation
Kaleida Health MRUs provide a caring and safe environment in which patients and their caregivers learn to manage impairments affecting self-care, mobility, communication, cognitive skills, and other activities of daily living.
Discharge planning begins at admission. The case manager or social worker you meet will assist you and your family with all discharge needs throughout your stay with us, including the ordering of equipment and providing referrals to home care, outpatient therapy or community services.
Patients and their family members are an important part of the rehabilitation team. By participating in your rehabilitation program, your family will be better prepared to help you once you return home. Your therapy sessions will be intensive and time consuming, and we will ensure to coordinate training time with your family so they can learn how to safely assist you in your home environment.
Noon - 1:30 p.m.
3:30 - 8:30 p.m.
What to Bring
Patients are required to wear street clothes during the day and laundry must be taken care of by your family. Suggested items to bring include:
- Up to two weeks worth of comfortable clothing
- Sturdy, low-heeled shoes or sneakers
- Robe and nightclothes