Adult Inpatient Rehabilitation Program 2015 Outcomes
|Name of Program||Total # of Patients||Average Length of Stay||Discharged Home or to an ALF||Discharged to Acute Care|
|Spinal Cord Injury||117||19||76%||14%|
In 2015, there were patients with diagnoses not listed above (including burn, cardiac, amputation, transplant, etc.) that were admitted to the adult inpatient rehabilitation program. A total of 1,036 patients were admitted to Tampa General’s Inpatient Rehabilitation Program from January to December 2015. Patients were seen for a combination of physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy for a minimum of 3 hours a day, 5 days a week; or a minimum of 15 hours over the course of 7 days. Nursing, psychology and recreational therapy services were also provided.
Average age of patients: 62 years
Gender: 57% male 43% female
Patient improvement in predicted ability to function independently:
29 points (average)
Patient Satisfaction Survey results:
(Source: Press-Ganey survey Results January – December 2015):
A mean of 93.2 patients surveyed, stated that they would recommend Tampa General Rehabilitation Center.