Springfield Rehab Hospital Rules & Regulations

Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital Springfield's rules and regulations are as follows:
  • Patients are expected to participate in 15 hours of therapy weekly (usually three hours of therapy per day, five days a week).
  • Disruptive or offensive behavior not related to the patient's medical diagnosis is not permitted.
  • Patients are not permitted to leave the hospital with family or friends unless ordered by the physician in the medical record.
  • Smoking and tobacco use are prohibited.

Rehab Patients:  What to Expect

We’re here for you and our focus is to provide the appropriate level of care to help you reach your maximum potential.

We offer 3 hours of therapy, 5 days a week, with additional therapy offered on weekends. Visiting hours are from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week. Please keep in mind that our patients are periodically in and out of their rooms throughout the day. Here is what you can expect on a typical day at Mercy Springfield Rehabilitation Hospital:

  • In the mornings, patients prepare for their first rehab session, receive scheduled medications, have vital signs recorded, get assistance with personal hygiene, dress and have breakfast.
  • After the first rehab session is done, it’s time for lunch. We encourage patients to come to our dining room to have lunch, but they are more than welcome to have lunch in their rooms and get some extra rest before going to their afternoon therapy session.
  • In the afternoons, patients participate in their second rehab session of the day. After therapy is completed for the day, patients are assisted back to their rooms for additional rest prior to dinner.

If you have any further questions, please call our admissions department at 405-384-5250.