NKD Rehab LLC has begun constructing a one-story, 40-room inpatient rehab hospital in Oklahoma City.
The facility, which will also include a rehab therapy gym, will be managed by Nobis Rehabilitation Partners. A medical rehab team of physicians, therapists, and rehab trained nurses will customize each patient’s intensive rehab program during their inpatient stay, Nobis notes in a media release.
“NKD is delighted to develop our first medical rehab hospital in Oklahoma City, and we look forward to working with the team at Ridgemont Commercial Construction. This new hospital will bring approximately 120 career opportunities to the OKC area to provide care for patients in our new and modern hospital.”
— Shane Shoulders, Partner, Kennor Holdings
NKD Rehab LLC is a partnership between Kennor Holdings, Cross Development, and Nobis Rehabilitation Partners
Oklahoma City Rehabilitation Hospital is one of several inpatient rehabilitation hospitals that NKD Rehab and Nobis Rehabilitation Partners has in development to serve patient rehabilitation needs across the country, per the release.
[Source(s): Nobis Rehabilitation Partners, PRWeb]
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