When your family member or patient is discharged from the hospital, but still needs specific care delivered by a medical team, consider Nexus Specialty Hospital. Offering two locations just minutes apart, our family-oriented settings provide the critical care our patients need while beginning to treat impairments caused by acquired and traumatic brain injury or other illness or disease. Whether our patients need an ICU or ICU step-down setting, require ventilator support, IV drips, or telemetry monitoring, Nexus Specialty Hospital provides varying degrees of medical and rehabilitative care for adults.
Ensuring our patients receive the care they need, Nexus Specialty Hospital has strong connections with highly trained, local physicians in a variety of specialties, including
Patients are assessed individually allowing physicians to identify individual challenges and create treatment plans addressing underlying neurological impairments. Working with patients who are minimally conscious, our early intervention rehabilitationists and neurology services, coupled with medical care, prepare patients for progressive rehabilitation when they are ready for the next phase.
Nexus Specialty Hospital is prepared and equipped to work with your loved one or patient as they begin their recovery process. Let us provide the integrated care necessary for mending minds.
For a complimentary informational session for your family member or patient at Nexus Specialty Hospital, please call the admissions office.
Nexus Children’s Hospital is accredited by DNV-GL’s NIAHO® program and is ISO 9001:2008 certified.
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