Choosing a Rehabilitation Center

To decide on the best rehabilitation facility for you, it is important to know the differences between the different types of facilities to choose from. You probably have heard of nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities, sub-acute rehab, assisted living facilities and inpatient acute rehabilitation facilities. Although all of these facilities offer some type of rehabilitation, only acute inpatient rehabilitation specializes in physical rehabilitation.  A recent study conducted by Dobson DaVanzo & Associates, LLC, assessed patient outcomes of rehabilitative care provided at both inpatient rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities. Over a two-year study period, this study showed that patients treated in inpatient rehabilitation facilities have better outcomes, go home earlier and live longer than those treated in skilled nursing facilities.

Glancy Rehabilitation Center offers a team approach to rehabilitation care. We provide individualized therapy for each patient with state-of-the-art technologies and compassion. Each patient’s rehabilitation team is headed by a physiatrist (a physician who is board-certified in rehabilitation), and also includes a case manager, specialty-trained nurses, as well as physical, occupational and recreational therapists. As needed, other team members might include a speech therapist, psychologist or other clinicians.

Since our primary focus is rehabilitation, we provide a higher level of care distinctly different from other facilities that offer rehabilitation services.

Inpatient rehabilitation hospitals:

  • Provides intensive therapeutic treatment sessions at least 3 hours a day five out of seven days a week
  • Have physician specialists with expertise in treating patients with disabling injuries/illnesses
  • Have a higher percentage of registered nurses skilled in rehabilitation nursing offering care 24 hours a day
  • Have highly trained therapists
  • Daily supervision by a physician with special training in medical rehabilitation
  • Have the most up-to-date technologies and equipment
  • Provide comprehensive patient/family education 

Glancy Rehabilitation Center

Hours of Operation

Visiting Hours
Monday – Saturday, 4 - 9 p.m.
Sunday, noon - 9 p.m.

Business Office
Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.