Rehabilitation Services receives highest accreditation from CARF.
News: Carolinas Hospital System Awarded Three-Year CARF Accreditation
Carolinas Rehabilitation Hospital provides a continuum of comprehensive rehabilitation services designed to maximize each patient's recovery. Under the direction of Dr. Adora Matthews, who is board-certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation, multi-disciplinary teams work with neurological, orthopedic and other patients to facilitate their recovery in our 42-bed Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit. A family-centered approach is emphasized to help in the rehabilitation process.
For persons with alcohol and drug dependency problems, comprehensive inpatient and outpatient treatment services are available at our dedicated facility, Bruce Hall. An outpatient, dual diagnosis program is also offered for individuals with addiction disorders and co-existing psychiatric disorders. Recovery programs at Bruce Hall employ more Certified Addictions Registered Nurses than any comparable facility in South Carolina.
These comprehensive programs help individuals who can benefit from specific therapy for heart or lung problems. Our experienced team of specialists works with participants on an individual basis to help improve their quality of life.
Home Health Services
The staff of Home Health Services works closely with physicians to provide home care, home health services, supplemental staffing and infusion therapy for patients throughout the Pee Dee Region. Fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for your convenience.
Comprehensive and progressive outpatient rehabilitation services range from sports medicine and neuro-rehabilitation to treatment for vestibule disorders such as dizziness and imbalance. A diverse and experienced staff provides physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, recreational therapy, hand therapy, social work, psychology services and vocational rehabilitation.
Diabetes and poor circulation are just two of the reasons why wounds sometimes may not heal. That's because these conditions slow the body's natural healing process. At the Wound Center of Carolinas Hospital System, a dedicated team of professionals use the latest technologies to help speed the healing of specific wounds that have not responded well to traditional medical treatment.