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St. John's Physical Rehabilitation

State-of-the-art inpatient rehab facility in Jackson, WY

St. John’s Health Physical Rehabilitation helps patients recover from a variety of physical impairments and traumas. Our comprehensive multi-disciplinary rehab team provides clinical services in a new state-of-the-art facility on the main campus of St. John’s Health. Our center features a state-of the-art rehab gym, award-winning staff, and inspiring views of the Jackson Hole landscape that promote health and wellness.

Our Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility (IRF) offers 24-hour nursing for patients 18 years or older, intensive therapy three hours a day, and a dedicated Medical Director leading the treatment team and overseeing the patient’s care. With a focus on getting back to independence, we evaluate patient goals and measure improvement upon discharge.

IRF treatment team includes:

  • Medical Director
  • Rehab Nurses
  • Psychologist
  • Social Worker
  • Dietitian
  • Family/Loved Ones
  • Physical Therapist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Speech/Language Pathologist

St. John’s Physical Rehabilitation allows for local and regional residents requiring intensive rehab the ability to stay and recover close to home. Our skilled and dedicated staff cater to a guest’s needs around the clock. Guests of the IRF are treated as individuals working towards a life enrichment goal, regardless of the impairment, injury, or trauma.

St. John’s Health Inpatient Rehabilitation treats:

  • Strokes
  • Amputations
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Hip fractures
  • Brain injuries
  • Neurological disorders
  • Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
  • Systematic Vasculidities
  • Major medical traumas
  • Knee or hip joint replacement meeting specific criteria
  • Fracture of Femur
  • Severe or advanced osteoarthritis (osteoarthrosis or degenerative joint disease) involving two or more major weight bearing joints

St. John’s Health Physical Rehabilitation is the premiere location for inpatient recovery. Our award-winning staff and modern facility inspire patients during their time with us. With specific goals and aspirations set for every individual, receiving care at St. John’s IRF sets patients on the path to recovery.

Take a look around our state-of-the-art facility:

Our Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility in Jackson, WY is now open. Call (307) 739-4917 or email to learn more.

Thrive Neurological Rehabilitation

The IRF encompasses Thrive, a program designed for patients with complex neurological issues, including spinal cord injuries. It will include activities that pertain to the key components of rehabilitation: recovery, wellness, and prevention. The specialized rehabilitative equipment helps patients target functional goals and offers a variety of therapies, such as standing, gait training, functional electrical stimulation, and pressure mapping. We also provide patient education on wheelchair maintenance and repairs.

We aim to be the vanguard for rural areas in making advancements in the ways we serve this specialized population. Not all individuals with spinal cord injuries can afford to make frequent trips to urban areas for health care treatment. Our therapy team helps these individuals lead their best lives.

Learn more about Thrive Rehabilitation here.

Patient Admission

In order to qualify for admission to St. John’s Physical Rehabilitation, a patient’s admission must be considered reasonable and necessary. There must be a reasonable expectation that these criteria are met at the time of admission:

  1. The patient requires the active and ongoing therapeutic intervention of multiple therapy disciplines (physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, or prosthetics/orthotics), one of which must be physical or occupational therapy.
  2. The patient requires an intensive therapy program; under industry standard, this is usually three hours of therapy per day, at least five days per week; however, in certain, well-documented cases, this therapy might consist of at least fifteen hours of therapy within a seven consecutive day period, beginning with the day of admission to the IRF.
  3. The patient requires physician supervision by a rehabilitation physician, defined as a licensed physician with specialized training and experience in inpatient rehabilitation. (The requirement for medical supervision means that the rehabilitation physician must conduct face-to-face visits with the patient at least 3 days per week throughout the patient’s stay in the IRF to assess the patient both medically and functionally, as well as to modify the course of treatment as needed to maximize the patient’s capacity to benefit from the rehabilitation process).

The patient can reasonably be expected to actively participate in, and benefit significantly from, the intensive rehabilitation therapy program.

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