Inpatient Rehabilitation

Cited for care that is effective, efficient, timely and patient-centered.

Missouri Delta Medical Center is Recognized in the Top 10 percent of Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities in the United States

What is Inpatient/Acute Rehab?

Inpatient Rehabilitation is the process of assisting those who have a disabling condition due to injury of illness. Inpatient Rehab builds strength, endurance and independence with a goal of returning patients to their prior independent lifestyle. Located on the third floor of Missouri Delta, the Inpatient Rehab staff of therapists work with patients providing Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy.

When does a patient get discharged from Inpatient Rehab?

The Rehabilitation team will work with the patient and family to determine appropriate discharge destination. 88% of patients from the program return to their home which is above the national average for similar programs. If necessary, therapists will work with the family to safeguard their home setting with site visits.

Missouri Delta Inpatient Rehab Treats:

Stroke | Femur Fractures | Major Multiple Trauma | Rheumatoid Arthritis | Burns | Neurological Conditions | Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries | Congenital Deformities | Severe Osteoarthritis | Other Debilitating Conditions

Missouri Delta Inpatient Rehab Offers:

Private, modern rooms |Physical, Occupational, and Speech therapies | Excellent outpatient and home health services | Community Integration Program

Madhu Sahai, MD
Medical Director of Inpatient Rehab
Geriatrics/Internal Medicine Board Certified