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Inpatient Rehabilitation

Trust UHS to provide you with focused attention and therapy in a safe, monitored environment to help you ease back into your everyday life. If you require extra care and recovery after a hospital stay, inpatient rehabilitation gives you back the strength and stamina you need to thrive. Schedule your next appointment with our Binghamton-area inpatient rehabilitation team to get the individualized care you need to get back to your everyday life.

Integrated Healing & Recovery

Find highly sophisticated, integrated care at several UHS locations throughout the Southern Tier. Our interdisciplinary program helps you get back to the activities you love through a holistic approach that brings together your doctors, care providers and family members to work toward your recovery. This approach is one of the many reasons we discharge more patients to a home setting than the regional and national averages.

During Your Stay

You may work with a wide array of doctors, nurses and staff, including:
• Rehabilitation physician (physiatrist)
• Rehabilitation nurse
• Clinical social worker
• Physical, occupational and recreational therapists
• Speech-language pathologist
• Neuropsychologist

Focused Care for Acute Conditions

At UHS, get the extra assistance you need to recover from a hospital stay or learn new skills to cope with a physical disability caused by an injury or illness. The Sandiford Rehabilitation Center at UHS Binghamton General Hospital and Swing Bed Program at UHS Delaware Valley Hospital can give you the attention and care you need to get back to feeling like yourself again, including a team of providers like our world-class Binghamton-area neuropsychologists.

You may benefit from our inpatient rehabilitation programs offered in Binghamton and the surrounding cities if you experience:
• Stroke, brain injury or neurological condition
• Spinal cord condition
• Arthritis
• Orthopedic or joint condition
• Heart condition
• Amputation
• Pain condition
• Developmental or functional disability
• Lung condition
• Congenital condition
• Physical weakness due to an illness

For more information about acute-care inpatient therapy and rehabilitation around the Binghamton area contact the Sandiford Rehabilitation Center at 607-762-2652 or the Swing Bed Program at 607-865-2141.

Access to Inpatient Rehabilitation Services

You may participate in our inpatient physical therapy and rehabilitation services offered in Binghamton and throughout New York, starting at six years of age. Our programs are Medicare-certified and accepted by most insurance plans. This ensures you have access to the care you need when you need it.

Learn more about our inpatient facilities
Talk to a UHS staff member about the inpatient rehabilitation services near you.

Binghamton: 607-762-2200
Johnson City: 607-763-6000
Norwich: 607-337-4111
Walton: 607-865-2100

 

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    April 16, 2024

    A UHS program encouraging the habit of reading at an early age received $15,000 in support from the Upstate Foundation. With the "Reach out and Read" Program, patients are given a book at each well visit with their UHS pediatrician, starting at six months of age, in an effort to promote literacy and enhance their development.

  • UHS achieves high online reputation score from national organization
    April 15, 2024

    UHS has achieved an exceptionally high score from the national organization that measures many healthcare institutions’ performance across a variety of online attributes. UHS has been recognized with an “800 Award” for 2024 by Reputation.com. The award celebrates any healthcare provider or location that has earned a “reputation score” of 800 or greater.

  • UHS opens 24/7 pharmacy at 345 Main Street in Johnson City
    April 15, 2024

    The retail pharmacy is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The 11,000-square-foot site is in a beautifully remodeled space formerly occupied by a CVS store, just across the street from the soon-to-open Wilson Main Tower at UHS Wilson Medical Center.