Inpatient Rehabilitation - Adult

Wayne Memorial Inpatient Rehabilitation Center | Honesdale

If you are an adult who requires specialized inpatient rehabilitation care, the expert staff at the Good Shepherd-Wayne Memorial Inpatient Rehabilitation Center can help.  Good Shepherd manages this 14-bed, 12,000-square-foot unit, located at Wayne Memorial Hospital in Honesdale, Pennsylvania.

Services available at Good Shepherd-Wayne Memorial Inpatient Rehabilitation Center:

Rehabilitation at Pocono Medical Center

If you are an adult who requires specialized inpatient rehabilitation care, the expert staff at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation at Pocono Medical Center can help.  The 12-bed inpatient unit with all private rooms is the most comprehensive facility of its kind in the Poconos.

With an expert care team and stellar patient outcomes, Good Shepherd Rehabilitation at Pocono Medical Center is the natural choice for your inpatient rehabilitation care.

Visiting hours at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation at Pocono Medical Center are available from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.

Good Shepherd Rehabilitation at Easton Hospital

If you are an adult who requires specialized inpatient rehabilitation care, the expert staff at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation at Easton Hospital can help.  The inpatient unit is managed by Good Shepherd.

Visiting hours at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation at Easton Hospital are available from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.

Services available at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation at
Easton Hospital include:

Rehabilitation Hospital Allentown | Lehigh Valley Physical Therapy

The hospital that you choose for your rehabilitation can impact the rest of your life. That is why patients travel from throughout the east coast and even farther for the individualized care, outstanding patient outcomes and rehabilitation innovation offered at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital (GSRH).

Providing compassionate, patient-centered care since 1967, GSRH offers highly skilled staff, specialized programs and services, patient and family education and lifetime follow-up care. The focus is on the whole person – not just the injury or illness.