Our Services

Sub-Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation

Samaritan Keep Home and Samaritan Summit Village provide a comprehensive sub-acute inpatient rehabilitation program designed to help you along the road to recovery from surgery, an accident or illness. Our multidisciplinary team of rehabilitation professionals is dedicated to helping you return home and resume your life to the fullest extent possible.

Common Questions

  • Who can we admit to our program? Close

    In order to be approved for admission to our Sub-Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Program, an individual MUST:

    • Have a medical reason that qualifies them for rehabilitation
    • Require inpatient services for rehabilitation
    • Be able to participate in a minimum of 30 minutes a day of therapy, at least five times per week
  • Who can we help? Close

    We offer a wide variety of one-on-one inpatient rehabilitation services, providing a personalized care plan for each patient. All of our services are aimed at restoring function lost to illness, surgery, injury, or other causes including:

    • Amputation
    • Head Injury
    • Joint Replacements
    • Hip Fracture
    • Spinal Cord Injury
    • Stroke
    • Parkinson’s
    • Other medical conditions causing debilitation and/or weakness (COPD, pneumonia, etc.)
  • What problems may benefit from rehabilitation? Close
    • Difficulty walking, standing, or moving from one place to another
    • Difficulty performing activities of daily living, such as eating, bathing, dressing and homemaking
    • Difficulty with speech and language, such as talking and/or understanding
    • Difficulty swallowing
    • Balance and coordination impairments
    • Weakness or limited motion in arms, legs or trunk
  • What does the road to recovery include? Close
    • Primary Care Provider, who provides leadership and medical supervision.
    • Physical Therapist (PT) helps the individual regain function through strengthening and re-educating weak muscles, increasing joint motion, and restoring flexibility, coordination and mobility.
    • An Occupational Therapist (OT) helps the individual regain functional independence by restoring self-care activities, such as eating, dressing, bathing, grooming, home maintenance and meal preparation.
    • Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) helps the individual regain communication and/or swallowing skills. Speech and Language Pathologists use a variety of techniques to help improve speech, comprehension, reading, writing, reasoning, memory and attention.
    • Nursing Team that helps the individual and family be teaching self-care including: medications, safety precautions, skin care, bowel and bladder care, and special diets. Nurses also assist the individual and family by teaching them about the individual’s illness, injury, surgery and/or disability.