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Colorado Health & Wellness | Spring 2016

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You Have a CHoiCe When It Comes to Your Rehabilitation * HealthSouth provides access to independent private practice physicians. To make the best decision for your rehabilitation and to get back home following your hospitalization, you need to know all of the facts. HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Littleton offers the following benefits to patients: • Case managers focused on your transition home • Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurses ® • Physicians* specializing in rehabilitation • Short stay (average 12-14 days) • Three hours of therapy at least five days a week HealthSouth also offers a direct admit from home program. After you've returned home following an accident or injury, you may learn that you could still benefit from continued rehabilitation in an inpatient setting. The easiest way to find out is through a no-cost in-home assessment from HealthSouth Littleton—no physician order needed. Once an approved, HealthSouth Littleton's team of professionals work with physicians and families to develop comprehensive, individualized and cost- effective treatment plans for our inpatient hospital, with a focus on reaching maximum outcomes for a safe return home. Services include disease management and special clinical programs: - Neurological conditions - Orthopedic conditions - Parkinson's disease - Recovery from fall injuries - Rheumatoid diseases - Spinal cord injury - Stroke - Stroke recovery - Total joint replacement All patients have a choice when it comes to their medical care and the benefits of acute rehabilitation. For detailed information regarding your choices, please contact HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Littleton at 303 334-1111. 1001 West Mineral Avenue • Littleton, CO 80120 • 303 334-1100 A Higher Level of Care ® ©2014:HealthSouth Corporation:1053697-03

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