Rehabilitation Services With Central Valley Medical Center
Rehabilitate on our Swing Bed Program
Helping you transition from hospital to home
Here at Central Valley Medical Center, we understand that while you may
no longer need the intensity of care you were first admitted for, you
may not have reached your health goals to be able to safely return home.
Our personalized Swing Bed Program provides a comfortable transition in
your recovery that allows you to continue to receive the treatments and
therapy you need while remaining close to home.
As a Swing Bed Patient, your plan of care will be personalized to your needs.
Our experienced physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and various therapies
including physical, occupational, speech, and recreation personnel, will
work with you to achieve your discharge health goals.
Let us help you get back into the swing of things!
Our Recovery Program
As a Swing Bed Patient, your recovery plan will be tailored to meet your
specific needs. We specialize in the following programs:
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Respiratory Therapy
- Recreation Therapy
- Certified Wound Care Specialist
- Burn Care
- Room Service for meals
- In-House Pharmacist
- Excellent 24 hour nursing care
- Your choice of doctor from among our dedicated physicians
Our Swing Bed Program is the ideal solution for patients to heal close to home.
Stay Close to Home and Your Loved Ones While You Heal
Remember, if you require therapy following a surgery, fall, or other incident
we will work with your physicians to design a rehabilitation plan specifically
for you and your health goals. Remember, when your doctor talks to you
about Rehabilitation Services to assist you in getting better,
the agency you use is always the patient’s choice.
To contact our Swing Bed Coordinator, please call: 435-623-3041
If you are recovering from any of the following and are not yet able to
return home, our Swing Bed Program may be a good option for you.
We Provide Rehabilitation for:
- Joint Replacement
- Orthopedic Injury or Surgery
- Deconditioning / Weakness
- Recent Falls or Balance Issues
- Trauma Related Injury
- Difficult Wound Healing
- Respiratory Conditioning
- Cardiac Conditioning
- Infection or Disease Requiring IV Therapy
- Burn Care