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FAQs

What is your admissions process?

All of our patients must obtain a referral before being admitted for inpatient rehabilitation.  Admission to Peninsula Rehabilitation begins with a phone call to the referral line (386) 671-5026 or to one of our case managers.  The case manager will conduct an assessment of the potential client and will review it with our admitting physician.  The physician will recommend admission to Peninsula Rehabilitation for inpatient therapy and the case manager will liaison with the patients insurance for approval.

What are your admission criteria?

To qualify for admission the patient must:

  • Be diagnosed by a physician with a condition or deficit requiring an acute rehabilitation program
  • Be medically stable
  • Require at least two or more therapies:
    • Physical therapy
    • Occupational therapy
    • Speech pathology
  • Be able to tolerate a minimum of three hours of therapy per day
  • Have a discharge plan in place

Prior to admission, an on-site assessment will be completed by one of our rehabilitation case managers.

How long can my loved one expect to stay at Peninsula Rehabilitation?

Length of stay is dependent upon diagnosis.  At Peninsula Rehabilitation, our average length of stay is 13.4 days.

Where can I stay while my loved one is at PENINSULA REHABILITATION?

Peninsula Rehabilitation has partnered with several hotels in the area that offer discounts to family and loved ones that wish to stay close to Peninsula Rehabilitation. 

What are your visiting hours?

We know that visitors are important to your well-being and recovery. Your family and friends are welcome to visit you at any time, during our open visitation hours. The front doors open at 5:00 AM and lock at 9:00 PM. There is 24-hour access through the ED entrance. Patient condition and physician orders may limit visitation per clinical condition.

If you do not want visitors or telephone calls, please call the operator at (386) 231-6000 or (ext 0) from inside the Hospital.

Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Special visiting privileges for children should be arranged in advance with your nurse. Due to the threat of communicable diseases, we discourage visits by children under 14 years of age.

To avoid overcrowding, no more than two visitors are allowed in a patient room at a time.

What forms of insurance are accepted?

Most insurance plans are accepted.