Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital Oklahoma City

Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital Oklahoma City

Hospital or Emergency Room
5401 W. Memorial Road
Oklahoma City, OK 73142

Phone: (405) 384-5211
Fax: (405) 384-5289
Open daily 24 hours
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Comprehensive Rehabilitation Therapy in Northwest Oklahoma City

Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital is located at Memorial Road and MacArthur Boulevard in northwest Oklahoma City. The Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital provides inpatient rehabilitation services for patients recovering from strokes, brain or spinal-cord injuries, amputations, complex orthopedic injuries and other conditions.

Designed to promote recuperation outside the traditional hospital setting, Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital incorporates many unique features, including: 

  • Brain-injury unit with monitored rooms, specialized beds, patient lifts, and dedicated therapy space and dining area
  • Dedicated stroke care unit with specialized equipment
  • Gymnasiums featuring high-tech therapy devices and treatments
  • Special apartment where patients and families can practice daily living tasks
  • Private, family-friendly rooms with sleeper chairs
  • Pet therapy and other recreational programs
  • Outdoor healing garden and walking trail to assist in rehabilitation

The greatest feature of our new rehabilitation hospital is our team of dedicated doctors and nurses. These rehab professionals provide the exceptional patient care for which Mercy is known, with an emphasis on improving individual functional ability and quality of life. 

Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital is operated in partnership with Kindred Healthcare.

Nationally Ranked Top 10% of Rehab Hospitals

Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital Oklahoma City was nationally ranked in the top 10% of rehab hospitals for 2015, 2016 and 2017. See how our outcomes compare in the region and nationally.

3 reasons why an acute rehabilitation hospital might be right for you:

  • Intensive therapy, which helps you go home sooner
  • Daily access to a physician specially trained in rehab
  • Low nurse to patient ratio

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