Adventist HealthCare recently cut the ribbon to its new Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation center. The new inpatient rehabilitation 42-bed facility is located on the campus of White Oak Medical Center, which is the health system’s newest constructed acute care hospital.

‘”I am immensely proud of what we continue to accomplish while also working through a pandemic that remains extremely unpredictable,” said Terry Forde, President & CEO of Adventist Health Care.

The celebration included a ribbon cutting, blessing of the new space, and remarks by Marc Elrich; County Executive; Brent Reitz, President of Adventist HealthCare Post-Acute Care Services; Rob Grange, Rehabilitation White Oak Administrator, Also in attendance were Delegates Lorig Charkoudian and Jheanelle Wilkins, District 20.  

Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation White Oak offers all private patient rooms, two therapy gyms equipped with innovative technologies, onsite dialysis, two dayrooms, in-room ceiling track lifts and Avasys telemonitoring for optimal patient safety, functional bathrooms and walk-in showers and an Activities of Daily Living (ADL) simulated home environment.

“We are thrilled to welcome our first patients into this new state-of-the art hospital and help them rediscover their independence and abilities to be healthy and happy on their road through recovery,” said Rob Grange, Administrator. “Combining our rehab services inside of White Oak Medical Center with the hard work of our amazing team creates a unique powerhouse of comprehensive, coordinated care for this community.”

Adventist HealthCare is intently focused on whole body wellness, and its new  comprehensives and holistic care service ensures the organization is aligned to support patients recovering from neurological disorders and strokes, fall injuries, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, limb loss and other complex conditions. “Families are a big part of the recovery process; thus training is provided and participation in ADL practice is encouraged to support patients’ continued safe healing after their return home” said Brent Reitz, President of ACH Post-Acute Care Services.

[Source(s): Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation, PR Newswire]