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HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Henderson – Pediatric Therapy & Rehabilitation
HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Henderson is a 90-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital that offers comprehensive inpatient, outpatient rehabilitation services and home health care designed to return patients to leading active and independent lives.
Our hospital provides a wide range of physical rehabilitation services, a vast network of highly-skilled, independent private practice physicians and HealthSouth therapists and nurses, and the most innovative equipment and rehabilitation technology, ensuring that all patients have access to the highest quality care. Designed with our patients’ care in mind, HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Henderson offers 66 semi-private and 24 private rooms complete with televisions, telephones and wireless internet capabilities.
In addition to caring for general rehabilitation diagnoses, HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Henderson has specialized inpatient programs for conditions of stroke, brain injury, orthopedic, cardio/pulmonary, amputations, spinal cord and neurological disorders. Other services offered include on-site dialysis treatment, respiratory care, Modified Barium Swallow and wound care.
This 69,176-square-foot hospital located at 10301 Jeffreys Street, Henderson, NV 89052, serves patients throughout southern Nevada and Arizona. Our therapy gym is 7,404 square feet and is equipped with the latest technology.
Pediatric Programs and Services:
The needs of children are special. We believe their treatment should be special, too.
Specialized treatment includes:
Therapy gym just for children and adolescents
Equipment tailored for kids and their unique therapeutic needs
Therapists trained in working with children
Education for parents on specialized needs and continued rehabilitation
Trained nurses to make children feel at home when an overnight stay is required
Adaptable accommodations if parents want to stay with their child
Involvement of siblings and peers in treatment as appropriate
Age-appropriate learning methods and tools