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LifeBridge Health Post-Acute Services

LifeBridge Health Post Acute Services

LifeBridge Health’s post-acute services offer a continuum of care to help patients regain function and vitality after a life-altering illness or injury. Our highly trained multidisciplinary team members at Sinai and Northwest hospitals and Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital provide treatment plans for patients who require the following services:

  • Medical rehabilitation
  • Inpatient and outpatient behavioral health
  • Long-term acute medical care
  • Long-term skilled nursing care

As an integrated health system, LifeBridge Health offers patients and families the efficiency and ease of having all the treatment resources they need within one network. Whether you need physical therapy after an accident or a home away from home in long-term nursing care, our aim is to help you or your family member identify and achieve goals for recovery.

The first part of this recovery process is to understand the kind of care you need. Here are some basic explanations for the care we offer at LifeBridge Health:

An acute rehabilitation unit is a place where hospitalized patients receive three hours of daily therapy while being overseen by physicians who specialize in physical medicine and rehabilitation.

Subacute rehabilitation provides one to three hours of daily therapy for hospitalized patients, along with skilled nursing care.

Our Specialty Hospital provides a wide array of medical and rehabilitative services to patients who need the gift of time to help them recover from a very serious illness.

Our Behavioral Health Unit provides both medical and behavioral management of patients with chronic mental illness.

No matter what our patients require, they will benefit from the continuum of care that LifeBridge Health offers.

Learn more about our post-acute services:


Acute Rehab Acute Rehab   Nursing Home/Long Term Care Nursing Home/Long-Term Care
Subacute Care Subacute Rehab
  Outpatient Services Outpatient Services
Chronic Specialty Hospital Specialty Hospital   Man with doctor
Transitioning to Post-Acute Care