For over 20 years, the Medical Rehabilitation Program has provided quality care with the goal of discharging each patient to a less restrictive environment.
Patients accepted to the program have had head injuries and/or neurological impairments or illnesses, including ventilator-dependent individuals. Each admission is considered on an individual basis. Flexible criterion provide for a full evaluation of the patient’s potential for recovery.
▪ Pulmonary disease, including ventilator/tracheostomy weaning
▪ Complex medical care including dialysis
▪ Orthopedic injuries/multiple trauma
▪ Complex wound care
▪ Acquired brain injury
▪ Other neurological diagnoses
Treatment Team & Evaluations
Patient are under the care of a physician-directed treatment team. Treatment team is comprised of clinical therapists, nurses, support staff, case manager, social worker, and family. The team sets goals, evaluates progress, and bases decisions regarding treatment and discharge plans on goal achievement.
The high rate of success is a result of individualized evaluations and treatment, in addition to high therapist-to-patient ratio. Frequent communication occurs among team members to review level of effectiveness of patient’s program. Staff members are experienced with years in treating complex patients and work to structure unique treatment programs specific to patient needs.
Texas NeuroRehab Center’s 47 bed Bluebonnet Medical Rehabilitation Hospital provides 24-hour physician-directed nursing care. Each patient has a private room with shared bath. Patients enjoy a 67-acre countryside campus located within the Austin city limits. Patients that have not responded to traditional therapies often respond to stimulation of a park-like setting, with opportunities to enjoy the outdoors in the central courtyard.
With over a decade of collected data, Bluebonnet Medical Rehabilitation Hospital has treated 2675 patients, including those with: Stroke: 321 Patients; Pulmonary: 209 Patients; Orthopedic injuries (including fractures): 226 Patients; Other neurological issues (including Parkinson’s): 351 Patients.