Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit
The CoxHealth Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit, located at Meyer Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Hospital, is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehab Facilities (CARF), the nationally recognized accrediting authority of organizations serving people with disabilities. CARF monitors health care providers and gives credentials to facilities that meet the highest standards of excellence and quality care.
Inpatient services are provided 24 hours a day to patients experiencing physical or cognitive deficits as a result of head injuries, strokes, spinal cord injuries and other injuries or illnesses.
Transitional Care Unit (TCU)
The Transitional Care Unit at the Meyer Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Hospital is a short-term skilled nursing unit designed to help patients transition from acute care to home or the next community-based level of care. Inpatient nursing services are provided around-the-clock to patients who meet the Medicare criteria for skilled coverage. Therapy services are provided as needed to help you progress to the next level of care.
Acute Rehab Unit (ARU)
The CARF-accredited CoxHealth Acute Rehab Unit at Cox Medical Center Branson is designed to help patients recovering from a stroke or serious orthopedic surgery regain function and independence. The home-like environment and interdisciplinary approach encourages patients to meet their rehabilitation goals. We provide around-the-clock care, and encourage family members to participate in therapy sessions.