With its latest ribbon-cutting, Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals now avails 180 beds throughout its five markets in three states, it announces.
The latest opening is the fifth Everest hospital in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The 41,000-square-foot, 36-private-bed, modern post-acute care rehabilitation hospital provides physician-led comprehensive rehabilitative services, with around the clock registered nursing care and staff specifically trained to help patients overcome a variety of debilitating illnesses including stroke, brain injury, neurological deficits, orthopedic conditions, pulmonary disease, spinal cord injury, amputations, post COVID-19 recovery and other complex medical conditions.
“We are thrilled to be opening our fifth rehab hospital in OKC and its culmination of our 180th physical rehab hospital bed in five markets over three states. We are so excited to be providing our ‘Everest’ quality of rehab care to the citizens of Oklahoma.
“Our enormous level of care in our modern, naturally lit, acute rehabilitation hospital setting cannot be provided at other levels of care such as skilled nursing facilities or nursing homes.”
— Jay Quintana, Everest Rehabilitation Hospital CEO and co-founder
Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals Include the Following:
- 41,000 square feet of a modern, naturally sunlit environment to drastically enhance our patients, families and staff experience
- 36 private rooms with the predesigned capability to expand each hospital by 19 rooms as the market needs dictate
- Large modern equipped Therapy Gyms
- A complete pharmacy and in-house dialysis capabilities
- A retrofitted “Smart Car” (real car) for mobility therapy
- A large therapy courtyard with multiple therapy options in a park like setting
- A Hydro Worx water therapy treadmill with water jets to create buoyance and low impact resistance
- A furnished Assisted Daily Living apartment with a fully functioning kitchen and bath
- A large dining hall with buffet line and outdoor patio for patients, physicians, staff and family to enjoy
- A multitude of family gathering and meeting areas
“We are saddened that we could not open with the usual fanfare of our normal ribbon cuttings due to COVID-19; however, we are ecstatic about providing this magnificent $23 million dollar rehab hospital along with our level of post-acute care rehabilitation services for the benefit of Oklahomans for decades to come.”
— Omar Jenkins, Everest Rehabilitation’s CFO and co-founder
[Source(s): Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals LLC, PRWeb]