Inpatient rehabilitation is provided to people who are in the hospital. We try to restrict our inpatient services to those who need intense medical monitoring and who are too unsafe to be at home.

Inpatient rehabilitation provides the following services:

  • Rehabilitation medicine specialist assessment and daily review
  • Rehabilitation nurse
  • Allied health including:
    • Physiotherapy
    • Occupational Therapy
    • Speech Pathology
    • Dietetics
    • Exercise Physiology
    • Allied Health Assistant

Services Offered

  • Rehabilitation for

    • Complex fractures (including hip and pelvis)
    • Complex total hip and knee joint replacements and spinal surgery
    • Critical illness conditions as a result of prolonged intensive care admissions
    • Guillain Barre Syndrome and other neurological conditions including brain tumours
    • Limb amputation
    • Multi-trauma (for example trauma as a result of a motor vehicle accident)
    • Stroke and subarachnoid hemorrhages (bleeding in the area between the brain and the tissue that covers it)
    • Severe burns
    • Acquired brain injury
    • Spinal cord injury
    • Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation including pre and post-transplant program
    • Pediatric rehab program

Inpatient programs are delivered by experienced multi-disciplinary teams who are well trained to manage sick patients (Medical/Nursing/Allied Health). Early initiation of rehabilitation programs helps to maximize your recovery by making the most of neuroplasticity. The golden period of neuroplasticity is most prominent during the initial 6 weeks after an acquired brain injury. So, make sure you come to us as early as possible.

You may also have access to:

  • Orthotics (splints/braces)
  • Prosthetics (artificial limbs)
  • State of the art equipment including computer-assisted training
  • Other medical specialities

Accessing inpatient rehabilitation

To access inpatient rehabilitation services, a referral is required from the hospital where you are receiving your current medical care

Once you have been referred, a rehabilitation doctor will see you in the hospital/ via teleconsulting to help decide if inpatient rehabilitation is the most suitable care option for you.

Referral and contact information: Rehabilitation Unit- 04712941147 / 04712941113 (Working hours 9 am to 5 pm). Email: rehabilitation@kimsglobal.com

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