Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital is located on North Outer Forty Road in Chesterfield, in western St. Louis County, near Mercy Hospital St. Louis. Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital provides inpatient rehabilitation services for patients recovering from strokes, brain or spinal-cord injuries, amputations, multiple trauma, cancer, bariatric conditions, complex orthopedic injuries and other conditions.
Designed to promote recuperation outside the traditional hospital setting, Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital incorporates many unique features, including:
The greatest feature of our 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.
Our comprehensive treatment approach includes addressing the physical, emotional and psychological components of each patient. We evaluate each patient, focusing on movement patterns, strength, flexibility, functional ability, balance and tone. Therapists work closely with physicians, specialists and family members to treat patients as they progress toward their goals.
Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital recently cared for its 1000th patient. Click here for the story.
For more information on Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital or to schedule a tour, please call 314-881-4004.
Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital encourages family participation in the rehabilitation program, with the goal of returning the patient to their former community.
General visiting hours of the Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital are 4 to 8 p.m. Immediate family may be present throughout the day and one primary caregiver may spend the night. There are no age restrictions on visitors. This additional access to the unit for primary caregivers allows them to observe care and learn to assist the patient to care for himself. Observation of therapy may be scheduled with the patient’s therapist.
The plan of care that started the day you arrived at Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital extends through your transition from acute inpatient rehabilitation to home. Your home medications and their potential side effects will be carefully explained. We will help you update or develop your personal medical profile. If after discharge you need assistive devices like a cane or wheelchair, we will help you identify providers and costs. If you need continuing therapies, we will provide you with choices that suit your preferences and match your insurance coverage.