A ribbon-cutting ceremony marked the recent grand opening of Everest’s newest inpatient and outpatient physical rehabilitation hospital in Central Texas.

The 36-bed, 41,000-square-foot, modern rehabilitation hospital, located across from Temple College in Temple, Texas, provides comprehensive rehabilitative services and around-the-clock nursing care to patients with spinal cord impairment, amputations, complex orthopedic conditions, brain injuries, strokes and neurological disorders.

Everest’s 6-acre campus includes a large outdoor mobility courtyard and two large therapy gyms as well as an in-house pharmacy, indoor and outdoor dining halls and a HydroWorx aquatic therapy pool.

The project represents a $23 million-dollar investment in the Central Texas region and employs more than 100 people directly. Each of Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals are designed to quickly expand by 18 additional inpatient rooms should the market dictate the need, according to a media release from Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals LLC.

“We are absolutely thrilled to be able to provide a state-of-the-art physical rehabilitation hospital and a remarkably trained staff for the benefit of Central Texans,” says Jay Quintana, CEO and co- founder of Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals, in the release.

“Through specialized care, our patients will have a much better opportunity to regain independence and restoration of function after they have experienced an injury. Our physician-led team of rehabilitation therapists provide one on one therapy, five to seven days a week, daily medical visits by rehab physicians and a strong nurse patient ratio that contributes to the optimal outcomes.”

[Source(s): Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals LLC, PRWeb]