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Glancy Rehabilitation Center provides services to those affected by conditions including, but not limited to, neurological and orthopedic diagnoses. We provide services to a diverse population with sensitivity to cultural beliefs. All patients are admitted and treated without regard to gender, race, age, sexual orientation, national origin or religious creed.

When you arrive at Glancy Rehabilitation Center, our staff will provide assistance in completing all forms and other requirements necessary for your admission.

Admission Criteria

  • You must be medically, psychologically and behaviorally stable enough to participate in three hours of therapy a day.
  • Improvement is anticipated in a reasonable length of time.
  • You and/or your family are willing to participate in the rehabilitation program.
  • The medical director approves you for admission based upon specific medical criteria.
  • You are experiencing functional changes requiring the benefits of interdisciplinary evaluation and/or treatment in a medical rehabilitation program.

The purpose of the inpatient rehabilitation program is to promote the greatest possible degree of independence in daily living for individuals with disabilities. Individuals admitted to inpatient rehabilitation generally have impairment in mobility and one or more of the following:

  • Self-care activities
  • Cognitive function
  • Communication
  • Perceptual motor functions
  • Continence

Patients in need of rehabilitation on an inpatient basis require the following:

  • Three hours of therapy a day.
  • Rehabilitative nursing care 24 hours a day.
  • Daily supervision by a physician with special training in medical rehabilitation.
  • An interdisciplinary team approach that may include, but is not limited to, psychiatry, rehabilitative nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech-language pathology, therapeutic recreation services, respiratory therapy, case management, clinical nutrition, chaplaincy and neuropsychology.

Prior to your admission, medical insurance coverage will be verified and, if required, authorization requested. Medicare replacement policies require prior notification or authorization. Medicare does not require preauthorization but has specific admission requirements, including diagnosis and medical necessity. If you have questions prior to admission regarding costs or insurance, contact the intake coordinator at 678-312-6140.

Please ask a family member or caregiver to bring your insurance cards (Medicare, private insurance, Medicare supplements/secondary insurance, etc.) to the business office so a copy can be made to ensure that your claims are submitted accurately.

If a family member is unable to bring your insurance cards during business hours (Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.−5 p.m.), bring your card to the nursing station and ask that it be copied and given to the business office.

Insurance filing and billing are handled centrally through Gwinnett Medical Center’s Patient Accounts department. Questions can be directed to Patient Accounts at 678-312-5600.

While you are at Glancy Rehabilitation Center, the medical director will oversee your care. Billing for these services is separate from the hospital bill. Information regarding the medical director’s billing can be obtained from the medical director’s office at 678-312-6010.

On occasion, there may be a need to call in other physicians regarding your health care needs. These charges are billed by each physician’s office. Questions about these charges should be directed toward individual physicians’ offices.