When an accident or illness affects your ability to live an active life, Danville Regional Medical Center’s Inpatient Rehab Unit can put you on the road to recovery. The Unit features all private rooms with necessary medical equipment as well as the amenities of home. Our Inpatient Rehab Unit provides comprehensive rehabilitation in the form of daily Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy.
A full-time staff of 18 doctors, nurses, therapists and other caring staff members provide 24-hour monitoring. With three hours of therapy a day, a well-equipped gym and access to a fully functioning kitchen and laundry facility, patients have the opportunity to ease back into their daily routine.
Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation named the Unit a “Top Performer,” ranking it in the 99th percentile among the nation’s 804 inpatient rehab centers. If you need help with rehabilitation after a surgery or trauma, know that one of the area’s best units is right here at Danville Regional Medical Center.
The Rehab Unit is located on the 3rd floor of the J Building in the hospital. A physician referral to the unit is needed.
For more information about our Inpatient Rehab Unit, please contact them directly by dialing 434.799.3824.
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142 South Main Street
Danville, VA 24541
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