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Acute Rehabilitation Center Opens in Newport Beach

Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian opened a new 21,000-square-foot acute rehabilitation center in Newport Beach, CA. The 18-bed Fudge Family Acute Rehabilitation Center will treat adults who suffer from neurological and orthopedic issues, as well as traumatic brain injury or strokes.

The center at One Hoag Drive, 3 West, provides acute rehabilitation for patients who’ve been hospitalized for a major health impact. The new facility will help prepare patients to reintegrate into community living, by offering patient-specific daily intensive rehabilitation focused on any residual disabilities in a residential setting.

The hospital says therapies and state-of-the-art equipment will help patients “maximize their independence and reintegrate into community living.” The facility is different in that overnight patients can wear street clothes and eat together in an open dining room. It is also unique to find a hospital co-located acute rehabilitation center in Orange County.

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