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Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation
Licking Memorial Hospital, Sixth Floor
1320 West Main Street
Newark, Ohio 43055
Phone: (220) 564-4600
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In the Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation unit, we provide acute rehabilitation services for patients with disabilities caused by illnesses, surgeries or injuries. The goal of the Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation program is to help patients develop the skills necessary to live as independently as possible after leaving the Hospital. Our interdisciplinary team approach toward rehabilitation is used to focus on the patient’s specific area(s) of disability. Potential candidates for LMH's Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation services are patients who have difficulty with one or more of the following functions:
  • Balance or coordination
  • Swallowing
  • Mobility
  • Daily activities, such as eating, grooming, dressing, bathing, homemaking
  • Memory or judgment
  • Speech/language
  • Moving arms, legs or torso
Service Information
To qualify for Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation services at LMH, patients must be able to tolerate at least three hours of therapy five days per week and have the ability to achieve rehabilitation goals in a reasonable time period. Patients may be referred to Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation by their physicians, social workers, family members, insurance representatives, case managers, or themselves.