Services in Dubuque
The Inpatient Rehabilitation Center at UnityPoint Health - Finley Hospital, located in Dubuque, Iowa, provides a full range of rehabilitative services for those experiencing loss of function and independence due to stroke, head injury, arthritis, trauma, fractures, amputations, neurological disorders, and other disabling disorders of the muscles, bones and joints.
Finley Hospital's 10-bed acute rehab unit (ARU) consists of all private rooms and is designed to provide top quality rehabilitative care within a patient and family centered environment. The Acute Rehab Unit is medically supervised and staffed around the clock by the most highly skilled rehab professionals.
This expert team of rehabilitation professionals bring a wealth of experience in helping you regain as much function and independence as possible, getting you back to health and back to life. Oversight of care is provided by medical Director, Dr. Stanley Mathew.
Our hospital offers intense inpatient rehabilitation programs that provide ongoing care. Our goal is to prepare you to return home independently or with assistance from family members or other care providers.
Our Comprehensive inpatient rehab unit is fully accredited by CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) the highest level of accreditation for rehab hospitals.
The accreditation also certifies Finley as a Stroke Specialty and Brain Injury Program provider.
- Founded in 1966 as the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation facilities, CARF establishes consumer-focused standards to help organizations measures and improve the quality of their programs and services. A CARF accredited organization certifies through a rigorous peer review process and demonstrate to a team of surveyors during an on-site visit that its programs and services are of the highest quality and are measurable and accountable.
Our stroke and brain injury programs provide education, medical management and individualized therapy to help patients return home as soon as possible and resume the daily activities they enjoyed prior to their stroke.