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What is critical illness recovery?

What is critical illness recovery?

Critical illness recovery hospitals specialize in treating patients recovering from catastrophic critical illness. Our multi-disciplinary care teams develop individualized treatment plans to address emerging viral infections like COVID-19, as well as chronic disorders and severe trauma.

Is Select Medical publicly traded?

In April 2001, the company completed an initial public offering and was listed on NASDAQ. Fourteen months later, Select Medical was listed on the New York Stock Exchange, where it is currently traded under the NYSE ticker symbol SEM.

Is Select Medical a for profit company?

For referring physicians, it validates that our hospitals provide the highest level of quality care and safety for patients. The Joint Commission is an independent, not-for-profit organization that credits and certifies health care organizations and programs in the United States.

How long does it take to recover from critical illness?

about 5 years
According to the Life Insurance Association (LIA), it takes about 5 years for a person to recover from a critical illness1. Going through recovery also means dealing with exorbitant costs related to prolonged treatment, medication, or loss of income.

Can you recover from being critically ill?

It is important to be patient with yourself and not expect to get completely back to normal straight away. Most people’s recovery from critical illness takes several weeks or months. It is normal for recovery to be gradual, so you may need to pace yourself as you try to return to your daily activities.

Who is Concentra owned by?

Dignity Health owns a 20% equity interest in the combined entity holding Concentra and U.S. HealthWorks. “This deal offers an exceptional opportunity to continue growing the Select Medical family of health care providers,” said Robert A. Ortenzio, Executive Chairman and Co-Founder of Select Medical.

Can you go from ICU to home?

Discharging patients to home directly from the ICU appears to be safe for patients who are admitted for substance-related disorders, seizures, or metabolic derangements. Lack of non-ICU bed availability on the hospital wards affects ICU discharges.

Where does patient go after ICU?

After the ICU, patients usually will stay at least a few more days in the hospital before they can be discharged. Most patients are transferred to what is called a step-down unit, where they are still very closely monitored before being transferred to a regular hospital floor and then hopefully home.

How long can one stay on ventilator?

How long does someone typically stay on a ventilator? Some people may need to be on a ventilator for a few hours, while others may require one, two, or three weeks. If a person needs to be on a ventilator for a longer period of time, a tracheostomy may be required.

Is Concentra a subsidiary of Select Medical?

Concentra, a division of Select Medical, is a leading health care company focused on improving the health of America’s workforce, one patient at a time.

What is the Select Medical continuum of care?

We call this the Select Medical Continuum of Care because we’re able to guide you through every step of recovery from hospital to home. In our specialty hospitals, we help patients with even the most complex, chronic medical conditions recover and have quality of life.

Where is Select Specialty Hospital Panama City located?

Select Specialty Hospital – Panama City 615 North Bonita Avenue, 3rd Floor Panama City, FL 32401 (850) 767-3180

Why choose select medical?

Various levels of “Direct Access” are now available in all 50 states. From our family to yours. Delivering superior quality in all that we do is just one of our Core Values at Select Medical. Whether caring for patients, helping a colleague or volunteering in the community, we are here to make the world a better, healthier place.

Why choose select medical rehabilitation?

Select Medical rehabilitation hospitals utilizing technology-based therapy to help stroke, spinal cord and brain injury patients regain function and quality of life. No referral, no problem. Physical therapy does not always require a prescription. Various levels of “Direct Access” are now available in all 50 states.