Vibra Healthcare LLC and Detroit Medical Center Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan announce the opening of Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan, a long-term acute care hospital.

The 16,000-square-foot hospital will occupy 28 beds on the second and seventh floors of Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan in Detroit.

The hospital will feature approximately 60 ACLS-certified registered nurses and respiratory therapists; as well as eight private patient rooms, 10 semi-private rooms, and a rehabilitation therapy gym on the second floor.

“We are delighted to be part of such a prestigious healthcare system,” says Brad Hollinger, chairman and chief executive officer of Vibra Healthcare, in a media release. “This state of the art hospital will meet the unmet post acute needs of the greater Southeastern region.”

“We are excited to welcome Vibra to DMC Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan,” states William H. Restum, PhD, CEO, DMC Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, per the release. “This coordination of care will allow us to continue to deliver superior clinical outcomes and reach our goal of transitioning patients home with a full and efficient recovery.”

Among the complex medical needs the hospital will treat include stroke, cardiac and respiratory diseases, neurological and spinal cord injuries, multiple traumas, and wounds.

[Source(s): Vibra Healthcare LLC, PR Newswire]