Jefferson University Hospitals

Jefferson Acute Rehabilitation Unit Quality Indicators

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Rehab Unit Outcomes

Rehabilitation focuses on maximizing independence in mobility and tasks of daily living. Family training is also an important part of rehabilitation.

Because outcomes and patient satisfaction are important to any patient seeking a rehab program, we wanted to share this information with you.

Data is collected during both Jefferson’s Fiscal Year (FY), July 1 through June 30, and Calendar Year (CY), January through December.

The goal of Jefferson's Comprehensive Acute Rehabilitation Unit is to increase a patient's overall independence. One way to measure the effectiveness of our program is through patient functional outcomes:

Rehabilitation is the process of helping an individual achieve the highest level of independence and quality of life possible after a stroke — physically, emotionally, socially and spiritually. Rehabilitation of stroke survivors is a major emphasis of our Comprehensive Acute Rehabilitation Unit:

We're determined to provide the compassion and expertise you expect at Jefferson. Read more about our patients' experiences and our philosophy of caring: