Elkhorn Valley Rehabilitation Hospital has been named in the Top 10 percent of inpatient rehabilitation facilities in the United States for the 10th year in a row. The hospital’s care was cited as being as being patient-centered, effective, efficient and timely.
“It is such an honor to be recognized in the Top 10 percent again this year. It’s made more special that it also marks our 10th anniversary,” says Mike Phillips, CEO of Elkhorn Valley Rehabilitation Hospital. “Our wonderful team of professionals is passionate about helping our patients reach their full potential. We strive each and every day to provide the highest level of care possible and to work diligently to ensure our patients reach their highest level of independence.”
Elkhorn Valley Rehabilitation Hospital was ranked in the Top 10 percent from among 870 inpatient rehabilitation facilities nationwide by the Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation (UDSMR), a non-profit corporation that was developed with support from the U.S. Department of Education, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research. The UDSMR maintains the world’s largest database of rehabilitation outcomes.
“Through UDSMR, we collaborate with our peers throughout the United States to share information and establish best practices for patients, says Dr. Ryan T. Swan, Medical Director of Elkhorn Valley Rehabilitation Hospital. “This recognition for the 10th consecutive year is a testament to the exceptional care our staff brings every day to meet the rehabilitation needs of Wyoming’s citizens.”
“It is so rewarding to be able to provide such a high level of care right here in our community so our friends, family and colleagues don’t have to travel out of state and can recover close to home,” Phillip says.
Elkhorn Valley Rehabilitation Hospital provides specialized rehabilitative services to patients who are recovering from or living with disabilities caused by injuries, illnesses, or chronic medical conditions. This includes, but is not limited to, strokes, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, orthopedic injuries, cerebral palsy, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson’s disease.