Medical City McKinney’s inpatient rehabilitation staff help patients achieve a variety of goals including, but not limited to, ensuring maximum mobility and safety with the right equipment. (Courtesy of Medical City McKinney)
Medical City McKinney has been recognized as one of the best rehabilitation centers in the country.
the Uniform data system for medical rehabilitation, a nonprofit that publishes global rehabilitation data, ranked Medical City McKinney in the top 10% of rehabilitation centers, according to a press release in December.
The recognition is based on cases released between October 2020 and September 2021, the statement said. The UDSMR assessed facilities on providing patient care that sufficiently covered four qualities: effective, efficient, timely and patient-centered. According to the publication, 856 inpatient rehabilitation centers qualified for the ranking.
The hospital also received five-star accolades in September for cesarean and vaginal deliveries.
“The Medical City Rehabilitation Institute McKinney strives to return patients to independent lifestyles effectively, efficiently and quickly,” said Ernest C. Lynch III, CEO of Medical City McKinney, in the statement. “This national recognition is a testament to the dedication of our therapists and nurses to the care and improvement of human life.
The Medical City McKinney Rehabilitation Center treats patients with various limitations. Some of their recovery goals may include increasing physical and / or cognitive function, improving communication skills, increasing independence in personal care, and providing knowledge about the resources available during recovery. transition back home.
“We strive to help our patients regain strength and function after debilitating injury, stroke, trauma, amputation, neurological disorder and orthopedic injury,” said the Director of Therapy Services, Allison Wheeler, in the press release. “We are thrilled to be recognized nationally for providing quality patient care and for our continued commitment to excellence. ”