Recovering from a debilitating illness or injury starts with the right
roadmap to assure your return to health and independent living. The
first step is choosing the best rehabilitation care: Southern
New England Rehabilitation Center.
We’ve helped thousands of people return home following a disabling
illness, traumatic injury or orthopedic surgery. As part of St. Joseph Health Services of Rhode Island, a CharterCARE Health Partners affiliate,
we deliver the highest quality care with unmatched compassion. Our dedication
has made us the region’s leader in rehabilitation care and services.
A Brief Overview
Established in 1995, the Southern New England Rehabilitation Center is regionally recognized for comprehensive rehabilitation services, and has helped thousands of people return to their homes following a disabling illness,
injury or orthopedic surgery.
The Center’s skilled staff of over 30 professionals provides a full
range of coordinated rehabilitative care. Our clinical expertise and compassion
make a big difference as we develop first-rate plans of care for the unique
needs of each patient. Our medical staff is comprised of physicians board-certified
in rehabilitation medicine and internal medicine.
Our 24-bed center offers inpatient restorative programs for people
who have experienced serious injury or illness that limits their
abilities to function in everyday settings. Unlike a general hospital,
our unique facility is dedicated, first and foremost, to meeting
rehabilitation needs. Because each patient is unique, we make sure
treatment plans suit each person’s specific needs.
The Center’s medical director is a member of the clinical faculty
of Boston University, Brown University and Tufts University. The Center’s
clinical research is widely published, and we maintain over a dozen academic
affiliations to help train rehabilitation professionals. Our annual conference
on disabilities is regionally recognized.
Additionally, we support and sponsor educational events with community
organizations, including the American Stroke Association, Multiple Sclerosis
Society, Brain Injury Association of RI and the Arthritis Foundation.