Saint Francis CARF Accredited Acute Rehabilitation Facility
Saint Francis Memorial Hospital's Acute Rehabilitation program is a Medicare certified facility and is accredited by the Commission of Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
for Adult Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation and Adult Inpatient Stroke Specialty Rehabilitation. CARF accredited programs reflect conformance to national standards and practices that are based on the continuous pursuit of quality improvement and accountability.
CARF Accredited Adult Inpatient Rehabilitation: This is the highest level of rehabilitation care available and designed for individuals whose rehabilitations needs require a wide variety of intensive specialty therapy.
CARF Accredited Adult Inpatient Stroke Specialty Rehabilitation: An important part of stroke recovery, acute rehabilitation helps individuals re-learn basic skills such as talking, dressing and walking, while increasing strength, flexibility and endurance. Our trained physical therapy and occupational therapy staff are dedicated to helping each person regain as much independence as possible.
When faced with the need for acute rehabilitation due to disabling illness or injury, your choice in care is important. In the 20-bed rehabilitation unit at Saint Francis, every room is private to help facilitate healing. Wi-Fi access helps patients stay connected to family friends. Patients receive individualized care from a dedicated consistent team of physicians, rehabilitation therapists, nurses, and other health professionals. Choosing a CARF accredited facility is your assurance that the facility meets the rigorous CARF national and international standards of quality patient care.
Saint Francis Memorial Hospital Acute Rehabilitation Program
900 Hyde Street, 7th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94109
For more information or to refer a patient, call 415-699-1029.
The Saint Francis Acute Rehabilitation program is designed for individuals who have experienced functional loss due to injury or illness.
Common diagnoses include:
• Brain injury
• Degenerative neurological disorders
• Hip fractures
• Multiple sclerosis
• Multiple trauma
• Neuropathy or myopathy
• Orthopedic injury
• Parkinson's disease
• Spinal cord injury
• Stroke or cerebral vascular accident (CVA)
• Traumatic brain injury