Inpatient Acute Rehabilitation Center
UnityPoint Health - St. Luke's Inpatient Acute Rehab Center cares for adult and pediatric patients who have suffered a disabling injury or illness such as stroke, neurological decline or had a recent surgery. Under the medical direction of Dr. Chad Stadsvold, St. Luke's Inpatient Acute Rehab Center is dedicated to helping patients reach their long-term goals, whether it's a return to home or other setting.
Making a Difference With Patient-Centered Focus
The hospital's acute rehab unit was designed with patient comfort in mind:
- 10 individual rooms, each with their own large, private bathroom.
- A living skills suite to help patients get reacquainted with daily living skills necessary to return home.
- Group dining room, giving patients an opportunity to socialize with visiting loved ones and socialize with other acute rehab patients.
- Team of specially trained nurses, including several rehabilitation certified nurses, and doctors as well as occupational, speech and physical therapists to assist patients in regaining a higher level of independence.
Upon discharge, patients receive follow up care through Dr. Chad Stadsvold at UnityPoint Clinic Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, conveniently located in St. Luke's College building (2800 Pierce Street) on St. Luke's campus.