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Post-Hospital Rehabilitation

Did you know that you have a choice when deciding on a rehabilitation center to recover from an injury, hospital stay, or surgical procedure? Yes, you really do! Therefore, it is important to know the level of rehabilitative care you require and the differences between acute and subacute care in order to determine the rehabilitation center that is best for you.

Within a comfortable, home-like setting, Lutheran Crossings at Moorestown offers both short-term and long-term subacute inpatient medical rehabilitation. This is a less intensive course of rehabilitation than what is required for someone who has experienced a traumatic injury and requires acute, or more intensive, rehabilitation.

Subacute rehabilitation includes a combination of one-on-one physical, occupational, and speech therapy. Typically, patients in a subacute facility receive between one and two hours of therapy per day. The average length of stay at a subacute facility is also generally longer than at an acute care facility. The goal is to restore the patient’s level of function so they may transition to the next level of care or return safely to their own home.

Your physician or care coordinator will make a recommendation based on your individual needs.

Our Therapy Services include, but are not limited to:

  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech/Language/Swallowing Therapy
  • IV Therapy
  • Pain Management

Comprehensive Rehabilitative Care includes, but is not limited to:

  • Arthritis Care/Joint Replacement Therapy
  • Post-Operative Care/Fractures
  • Amputation Care/Prosthesis Management
  • Post Cardiac Surgical Care/Cardiac Diseases
  • CVA/Stroke/Neurological Deficits
  • Upper and Lower Back Injuries
  • Pulmonary Diseases/Pneumonia/Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

Patients who complete their prescribed course of rehabilitation, but are unable to return home, can easily transition into our on-site assisted living residence or our comprehensive skilled nursing care*. This continuum of care option provides patients and their families with peace of mind, and the comfort of already navigating our facility and working with our staff. It also simplifies the patient’s transition, alleviating added stress of relocating to a new facility.

If you would like to meet with a Lutheran Crossings admissions representative, please call (856) 235-1214, or let your hospital social worker/discharge planner know that you are interested in information regarding our rehabilitative care programs.

*Residents need to meet several qualifying requirements for admission into Lutheran Crossings’ assisted living or skilled nursing care.

Lutheran Crossings Post Hospital Rehab