Spaulding Rehabilitation Network
As a national leader in rehabilitative care, the Spaulding Rehabilitation Network provides comprehensive rehabilitation and medical management programs throughout Eastern Massachusetts. The network offers inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient rehabilitation, long-term acute care, and skilled nursing services.
The network provides an unmatched level of care, utilizing progressive therapies, technology and research. Spaulding’s clinical teams provide the highest quality medical and rehabilitation care, resulting in superior patient outcomes.
The Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Boston is the only rehabilitation hospital in New England ranked by U.S. News Best Hospital’s since 1995, ranking #6 in 2015. Spaulding Boston is the official teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School’s Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
To learn more, visit www.spauldingrehab.org
Outpatient services--from rehabilitation programs after surgery or illness to pain management, sports medicine, and injury prevention--are available at 23 Spaulding outpatient centers in Eastern Massachusetts.
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital is one of the largest rehabilitation facilities in the U.S., providing comprehensive rehabilitation treatment, and is the flagship of the Spaulding Rehabilitation Network.
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Cape Cod – formerly the Rehabilitation Hospital of the Cape and Islands – offers specialized programs and provides a wide range of medical, nursing, and therapy services.
Spaulding Hospital North Shore closed inpatient operations on July 31, 2015. All Spaulding outpatient centers, including those on the North Shore, are open for business and continue to accept new referrals.
Spaulding Hospital Cambridge is a 180-bed long-term acute care (LTAC) specialty hospital that is unique in its ability to meet the often complex needs of patients and their families through medical and rehabilitative care.
The Spaulding Rehabilitation Network offers nursing and therapy centers for short-term care for those recovering from an illness or injury, as well as long-term care for those who no longer can stay at home.