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Acute Rehabilitation Unit - Patient Care Outcomes

Outcome data from 2012 demonstrate that Loyola's Acute Rehabilitation Unit performs well when compared to similar units in our region. This is one of the reasons you can Choose Loyola With Confidence. The following numbers are provided by eRehabData.com:

 Diagnosis

Number of patients served in 2012

% of Loyola Acute Rehab Unit Patients Discharged Home

% of Regional Rehab Unit Patients Discharged Home

Overall Functional Improvement  at Loyola*

Overall Functional Improvement at Similar Rehab Units in Region*

Average Length of stay (days)

Stroke 106 69% 65% 23.9 22.0 15.8
Neurological condition 51 80% 73% 24.5 22.0 13.0
Brain Injury 97 72% 74% 24.8 23.2 12.0
Orthopaedic 242 78% 79% 21.7 21.9 12.0
Major multiple trauma 20 90% 80% 25.2 25.9 13.4
Spinal cord Injury 50 74% 72% 21.6 21.5 17.2
Cardiac 30 83% 77% 21.9 21.5 12.1
Amputation 32 65% 69% 18.6 19.7 15.0
Miscellaneous 159 74% 75% 19.8 20.8 11.3


*Based on the Functional Independence Measure (FIM) scoring tool

This graphic looks at the percentage of our patients who are discharged home:

Acute Rehab Graphic: Patient Discharges

 

This graphic shows the amount of functional improvement for patients of Loyola's Acute Rehabilitation Center in 2012:

Acute Rehab Graphic: Patient Functional Improvement Measure

 

 

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