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MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital
District of Columbia
"Adding Life to Years"
MedStar National Rehabilitation Network , located in Northwest Washington, is a private, not-for-profit facility with 137 licensed beds; 128 are adult and 9 are dedicated to pediatrics. The Hospital opened on February 5, 1986 as an inpatient rehabilitation facility. Since this time, NRH's services have expanded beyond acute rehabilitative care to include acute care options, day treatment programs, outpatient rehabilitation, and access to the MedStar VNA Referral Network. MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital's (NRH) award winning services are designed specifically for the rehabilitation of individuals with disabling injuries and illnesses such as stroke, head and spinal cord injuries, arthritis, amputations, post-polio syndrome, multiple sclerosis, chronic pain, back and neck pain, occupational injuries, cancer, pediatrics, cardiac disease that requires medical rehabilitation, and other neurological and orthopedic conditions.
MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital (NRI I) offers unique day treatment programs advancing the recovery from disease in an exceptional environment supporting continuum of care options available to those seeking care at MedStar Health. Additionally, partnerships with community hospitals such as Suburban – Johns Hopkins Medicine, Calvert Memorial Hospital, Civista Medical Center, and Peninsula General Hospital support flexible care access from the community referral base.
For sixteen consecutive years, NRH has been listed in U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation’s top hospitals for medical rehabilitation. NRH welcomes patients from around the world with a host of special services and has provided rehabilitation care to individuals from 24 countries. A focus on success has established four key categories for achievement. These are patient satisfaction, team member satisfaction, referral satisfaction, and financial success.
As a leader in medical rehabilitation, NRH is accredited by the Joint Commission and Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Accredited specialty programs at NRH include Stroke Recovery, Spinal Cord Injury, and Brain Injury. Continuum of care services provided at NRH include acute care, acute rehabilitation, day treatment programs, outpatient rehabilitation, and the MedStar VNA referral network.
NRH is a respected center for the education of rehabilitation professionals. The organization has affiliations with over 127 colleges and universities for training rehabilitation and healthcare professionals. Continuing education and tuition assistance is available to support the continued professional growth of the NRH professional.
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To be the trusted leader in caring for people and advancing health.
To serve the community as a regional and national leader in rehabilitation services through five major areas:
- · Quality patient care
- · Rehabilitation research
- · Education and training
- · Assistive technology
- · Advocacy
- We strive to anticipate and meet the needs of our patients, physicians and co-workers.
- We strive to deliver the best to every patient every day. The patient is the first priority in everything we do.
- We communicate openly and honestly, build trust and conduct ourselves according to the highest ethical standards.
- We treat each individual, those we serve and those with whom we work, with the highest professionalism and dignity.
- We embrace change and work to improve all we do in a fiscally responsible manner.
MedStar NRH Network Missions have been refined over the course of the past year. NRH's mission, to serve the community as a regional and national leader in rehabilitative services, is focused in five major areas. First, quality patient care is supported in inpatient, outpatient, and day treatment programs. Second, rehabilitation research is dedicated to exploring new rehabilitative interventions for persons with disabilities. Next, education and training for rehabilitation professionals and the community is strongly supported. Additionally, assistive technology that helps persons with disabilities live productive lives is at the forefront of NRH's initiatives. Finally, advocacy is supported through working with persons with disabilities to communicate their needs to policy makers at the local, state, and national levels.
- System effectiveness is built on the collective strength and cultural diversity of everyone, working with open communication and mutual respect.
Inpatient services at NRH are provided by a little over 500 professional nurses, licensed rehabilitative clinicians and therapists, ancillary support services personnel. Outpatient services are delivered by 448 therapists and ancillary support personnel. Eighty-seven physicians and medical staff support personnel provide care throughout the MedStar National Rehabilitation Network. NRH provides an accredited ACGME program and maintains an independent rehabilitative residency training program. The organization was recently approved for a new Sports Medicine Fellowship.
For more information on this exceptional health system, visit their website at www.nrhrehab.org
Washington, D.C. holds more than just countless landmarks and historic sites; our nation's capital is also home to five million residents who embrace accessible and vibrant city life, A culture rich in politics and the arts, coupled with a cosmopolitan social scene, makes the Capital City the ideal location for work and play.
The District is the 7th largest city in the United States. The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority operates the Washington Metro, the city's rapid transit system serving the District and its suburbs. Metro currently consists of 86 stations and 106.3 miles of track. With an average of about one million trips each weekday, Metro is the second busiest rapid transit system in the country. Union Station is the main train station in Washington, D.C., and handles approximately 70,000 people each day. It is Amtrak's second-busiest station with 4.6 million passengers annually and serves as the southern terminus for the Northeast Corridor and Acela Express routes. Major airports serving the District include Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, located across from downtown Washington in Arlington, Virginia, with its own Metrorail station, and Washington Dulles International Airport, located 26.3 miles west of the District in Virginia.
Washington is one of 12 cities in the United States with teams from all four major professional men's sports teams—Redskins football, Nationals baseball, Wizards basketball, and Capitals hockey.
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MedStar National Rehabilitation Network provides the very best in rehabilitative services, including:
Award-winning inpatient care, with...