How many patients did the Sinai Rehabilitation Hospital treat in 2010 with an orthopedic diagnosis?
584 patients were treated in 2010 with an orthopedic diagnosis.
Are all the patients in my age range?
69 yrs old is the average age of patients treated with an orthopedic diagnosis.
How long will I be a patient at Sinai?
8 days is the average length of time spent as an inpatient for patients with an orthopedic diagnosis. However, the length of stay is dependent on the patient’s needs and progress toward achieving his or her goals.
What can I hope to accomplish by getting rehabilitation at Sinai?
Functional improvement is our specialty. We establish reasonable goals for improved function with the patient and work as a team to accomplish those goals. We use all of our clinical resources to assist the patients in accomplishing their ultimate goal of return to a functional, meaningful lifestyle. Based on the Functional Independence Measure, which tracks functional gains from admission to discharge, the orthopedic patient progressed 2.88 functional points per day.
Where will I go when I leave Sinai Rehabilitation Hospital?
92% of our patients with an orthopedic diagnosis return home after their rehab stay. They often go on to participate in home or outpatient therapy as needed to maximize their function. Those who need continued inpatient services are referred to the next appropriate level of care, however, this is a very small portion of patients with an orthopedic diagnosis. Many patients return to Sinai for additional services, both inpatient and outpatient.
What do former patients of Sinai Rehabilitation Hospital report?
96% of our patients recommend us to others. We receive many commendations from our patients on a regular basis!