Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Penn
The Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation — the first established department of its kind in the country — specializes in a number of areas, including aging, industrial rehabilitation, musculoskeletal disorders, neurological disorders, occupational diseases and trauma.
We've moved to Penn Medicine Rittenhouse
The Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Penn moved from the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and is now located at Penn Medicine Rittenhouse.
Directions to Penn Medicine Rittenhouse
Penn Center for Rehabilitation and Care (PCRC)
The Penn Center for Rehabilitation is affiliated with Penn Presbyterian Medical Center and has been providing comprehensive nursing and rehabilitation care since 1981. Penn Center for Rehabilitation and Care is a 124-bed skilled nursing facility with the following service offerings:
- Short-term care
- Sub-acute care
- Long-term care
- Rehabilitation services through Good Shepherd Penn Partners (physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy)
- Daily wound care including Saturday and Sunday
- Recreational Therapy
- On-site dietary, housekeeping, and maintenance services
The physicians, nurse practitioner, nurses, social workers, dietitians, certified nursing assistants of the Penn Center for Rehabilitation and Care work together to develop a care plan that is tailored to the unique needs of each patient. Call 800-789-PENN for more information or to schedule a tour.
Good Shepherd Penn Partners
On July 1, 2008 the Good Shepherd Penn Partners assumed management of the following post-acute care services for the University of Pennsylvania Health System.
- Inpatient rehabilitation care at the Penn Institute for Rehabilitation Medicine
- Long-term acute care at the Specialty Hospital at Rittenhouse
- Outpatient rehabilitation care at eight Penn Therapy & Fitness locations
- Physical, occupational and speech therapy services within three acute-care hospitals of UPHS (Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Hospital and Penn Presbyterian Medical Center).
Good Shepherd Penn Partners is a joint venture between the University of Pennsylvania Health System and Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network in Allentown, Pa. Patients who are currently receiving treatment will not experience any interruptions or changes in the standard and process in which they receive care.
For more information on Good Shepherd Penn Partners or to search for a provider, visit phillyrehab.com or call 877-9MY-REHAB (877-969-7342).
Penn Presbyterian Medical Center
Physicians & Providers
Search our Physicians & Providers Database for rehabilitation specialists and therapists.
Visit our encyclopedia to read more about injuries,
surgeries and procedures requiring rehabilitation and physical therapy services.