Choosing the right inpatient rehabilitation facility can be a stressful task. We are here to help by making your transition into our facility seamless. Diagnostic imaging, laboratory services, and pharmacy services are provided through our purchased services contract with Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City. We have a point of contact (POC) lab on site with Mercy lab coming over twice a day to do draws for persons served. Diagnostic imaging can be done by mobile x-ray at our facility and or can be done at Mercy Hospital when necessary. We have a full-time pharmacist as well as a drug room supervisor on site with Mercy Hospital’s pharmacy providing oversight and management of our drug room.
The admissions process for our inpatient rehab hospital is designed to help us determine your specific level of injury and coordinate a plan of care that will allow you to reach maximum functional independence.
The admissions process requires a referral and begins with a phone call to our admissions coordinator. A referral can be made from the following sources:
Once you’ve been referred to our facility a clinical liaison will be sent to complete a free clinical evaluation to determine your medical stability and suitability for admission. Our admissions department will then work with your referral source, insurance company, physician, and discharge planner to coordinate your transfer to our facility.
Upon your arrival, you will be greeted by a nurse and introduced to your new surroundings. Various staff members will stop by and introduce themselves to you and your family within the first 24 hours of your arrival. Our therapy staff will begin their evaluations to complete your plan of care, specifically designed to meet your personal rehabilitation goals. Also, our dietitian will meet with you to prepare a meal plan that meets your nutritional needs.
Patients will be discharged from inpatient rehabilitation when one or more of the following criteria are met:
Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital Oklahoma City was nationally ranked in the top 10% of rehab hospitals for 2015, 2016 & 2017. See how our outcomes compare.