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Levels of Care

Depending on your or your loved one’s needs, Good Shepherd will work with you and the treatment team to identify the most appropriate recovery path.

Home Health

If you require a deeper level of care following inpatient discharge, Good Shepherd at Home provides skilled medical care in your home to promote good health and increase function and independence. Services include professional nursing, home health aide, wound, ostomy and continence care, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy.

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Inpatient

This step in your recovery requires individualized and innovative rehabilitation care — the hallmark of our treatment team. With multiple locations, including Good Shepherd’s flagship Rehabilitation Hospital in Allentown, Pennsylvania, patients receive special medical care and therapy.

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Long-Term Acute Care

Located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, the Specialty Hospital provides long-term acute care for patients who are too ill for discharge to a skilled nursing facility, an acute rehabilitation hospital or home. For such patients, the Specialty Hospital provides care tailored to complex medical needs, including ventilator weaning and complex wound care.

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Long-Term Care

Whether you require a lifelong home or a stepping stone to independent living, Good Shepherd’s long-term care facilities can help you realize your fullest potential while living in a comfortable, professionally supervised environment.

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Outpatient

Options include the state-of-the-art Hyland Center for Health & Technology on our Allentown campus, as well as more than 50 neighborhood-based outpatient sites throughout eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

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Physician Services

Good Shepherd employs a group of physicians focused on delivering compassionate care, increasing independence and being a national leader in the use of innovative rehabilitation technologies. Good Shepherd’s Physician Group provide care for a broad spectrum of disorders, including major multi-trauma, traumatic brain injury, stroke, amputation and spinal cord injury.

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