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Thank you to our nursing staff who work so hard for our patients in normal times, but have really stepped up to the plate during the COVID-19 outbreak. Your work is extremely appreciated and valued.

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COVID-19

In order to keep our residents, their personal representatives and families, and the public informed of COVID-19 cases, the center is providing information whenever a new positive case of COVID-19 is confirmed or whenever three or more residents or staff show signs of respiratory issues within a 72-hour period.

Date of most recent confirmed infection of COVID-19

05-19-20

Date of most recent occurrence of three or more residents or staff with new-onset of respiratory symptoms within 72 hours of each other

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The center is doing everything possible to limit the spread of the virus, including adhering to guidance from federal, state, and local health and policy authorities. Additional information on mitigating steps the center is taking to prevent and control the spread of COVID-19, as well as cumulative information on COVID-19 cases at the center, can be found below.

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SERVICES

Short-Term Stay After Hospital Admission

Patients that have been admitted to a hospital for a minimum of three nights may have the option for a short-term stay in our center to receive 24-hour Nursing care and Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy up to seven-days each week. Patients may also request a short-term Respite in-patient stay for periods of a few days to several months.
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In-Patient Residential Stay

Patients that require a permanent in-patient stay may be admitted from the Hospital, Assisted Living Facility or Home after receiving an admission order from their primary physician.
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Specialty Programs

Our Center is focused on adding specialty clinical programs to better serve patients. In some cases, additional training and education can be provided for staff on specialized equipment and treatment programing that may enhance recovery times. READ MORE

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FEATURES

Private/Semi Private Rooms

Admissions 7 Days per Week

Dining Areas

Therapy up to 7 Days per Week

Activities

Rehabilitation Gym

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REVIEWS

Wonderful place to work,you will get along well with your co-workers and management is great. Come join our wonderful team and make a difference in people's lives here.
Veronica Rackley
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My wife has been at Raleigh Rehab twice over the past year and a half after being at UNC Hospitals each time. She is at home now and in my opinion home for good. We just finished working with Rex Home Care. The Rex Home Care people commented when they first saw my wife on how good of shape she was in to continue her rehab activities and the facility she was at ( Raleigh Rehab) had done a great job. Caregiving is not a word we often think about until it is a love one or ourselves that need the caregiving. Raleigh Rehab employees exhibited excellent caregiving.Caregiving was given by many in the facility. There are too many names to give for fear of leaving off a deserving name. Let me touch on each discipline that provided for my wife's care.Rehab at Raleigh Rehab was excellent. the skill set of a successful physical or occupational therapist is much more than just a broad knowledge of exercises. it is essential that the therapist knows how to encourage a person to do as much as they can so a to move forward, but at the same time know when a person is doing there best the can. there are many factors which can make it difficult to know when a person is doing there best such as fear of falling and medical issues which may cause a person to not respond very well to requests. The therapists which we worked with were very knowledgeable of all of the above. They were always striving to communicate with their partners in such a way as to promote there self-esteem. It was also a blessing to me as well as my wife that I was able to and was encourage to be a part of her therapy. This knowledge of therapy has been extremely helpful for me at home. The medical staff ( doctors, directors, and nurses) were always open to questions about labs being done and lab results. The dialogue was kept up between my wife's doctors at UNC and the facility medical staff after appointments at UNC. Certain aspects of her care required monitoring of levels through properly scheduled labs.Good CNA work probably not thought about by many is an absolute essential part of the caregiving effort. Mobility is a blessing that is to be treasured by us. The interaction of a good CNA with a person who has mobility or other issues that reduce their ability to help themselves in many basic ways is to be respected. I will just I learned a lot form the CNA's there and I am very thankful for it.I would strongly recommend Raleigh Rehabilitation Center to anyone in need of caregiving and rehabilitation.Sincerely,Frank.
Frank Peoples
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