Since its founding in 1970, the pioneering efforts of Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital have helped thousands of men and women with disabilities recover from traumatic injuries and illnesses, adapt to their impairments, and achieve their maximum potential. Last year, the hospital treated more than 2,700 inpatients and a similar number of outpatients with a variety of illnesses including traumatic and non-traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke, amputation, arthritis and multiple sclerosis . Indeed, as part of the Main Line Health System, the 141-bed state-of-the-art physical medicine and rehabilitation hospital located in Malvern, Pennsylvania has quietly become one of the shining gems among Philadelphia’s renowned health care institutions.
Over the years Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital has greatly expanded the range of services available to our patients including not only traditional therapies such as physical and occupational therapy, but also aquatic therapy, equestrian therapy, horticultural therapy, adapted driving assessment and training, and many others. In addition, as the number of people surviving chronic illnesses increases, our response to new health care needs have expanded through specialty program development. In short, we provide the full range of program and services necessary to help persons with disabilities or chronic illnesses lead active, productive and satisfying lives.
Nurses are the core of Bryn Mawr ’s - and indeed every hospital’s - quality and outcomes. Investing in nurses directly results in creating a quality environment, where patients become partners in their healthcare and experts in health at home. Investing in nurses, a scarce resource in this highly competitive healthcare environment, facilitates nursing retention and recruitment and is an investment in the patient’s future health. Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital’s outstanding reputation as a leader in rehabilitation care can only be enhanced and supported by a dedicated financial commitment to our nurses and most importantly, a return to quality living for our patients and their families.
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