Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital Oklahoma City Recognized as a Top Hospital in Newsweek Rankings

October 26, 2021

Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital Oklahoma City was recognized by Newsweek as one of the top physical rehabilitation centers in Oklahoma in the magazine’s annual rankings.

The award is based on quality metrics for inpatient care, service and follow-up care as well as accommodations and amenities. Rankings are based on a rigorous methodology that includes data from a survey of thousands of medical experts along with quality measures from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

“This is a great honor for our hospital and quite an acknowledgement of the quality care we provide our patients,” said Thomas Elliott, chief executive officer of Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital Oklahoma City. “Being named among the best in the state and nation two years in a row is a testament to our team of compassionate, skilled healthcare professionals and their commitment to our vision of delivering hope, healing, and recovery. We are extremely proud of our hospital’s quality patient outcomes, the experiences our team members created for our patients, which lead to this award.”

The hospital is a joint venture between Kindred Healthcare, LLC and Mercy and provides services for patients recovering from strokes and other long-term illnesses. The 66-bed hospital features specialized clinical programs including a dedicated brain injury unit for patients suffering from trauma-related neurological conditions.

Designed to promote recuperation outside the traditional hospital setting, Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital incorporates many unique features including specialized beds, a dedicated dining area, a therapy gym that features the latest high-tech devices, an in-house apartment where patients practice daily living tasks, outdoor walking trails and healing gardens. The hospital features specialized clinical programs, an interdisciplinary team of healthcare professionals and state-of- the-art technologies to help people suffering from debilitating illnesses or injuries recover, regain strength and agility, and return home

Click here to learn more information about Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital Oklahoma City.

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