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Inpatient Rehabilitation

Inpatient Rehabilitation

Indian Rocks Rehabilitation is located within Largo Medical Center at the Indian Rocks Rd Campus.  We have been providing inpatient rehabilitation services to our community for 20 years, and in this time have cared for more than 6,000  patients on their way to recovery.

It is a comfort to our patients and families knowing that Indian Rocks Rd Rehabilitation is located within a hospital and so offers 24/7 physician coverage, together with onsite diagnostics and laboratory services. We also offer onsite hemodialysis.

For your comfort, our 30 bed inpatient acute rehabilitation unit has all private rooms.

We offer individualized therapy programs utilizing a variety of different environments, including a new state of the art gym and activity of daily living suite.  Our interdisciplinary team will work with you to return you to the highest possible level of independence.


About Us

Acute inpatient rehabilitation provides you the intensity and level of care necessary to overcome the physical challenges you are facing or start you on the road to recovery. To help retrain nerves, muscles and joints to talk to each other again – or in new ways. To encourage your body to master small tasks that are critical to everyday independence – getting out of bed, grasping a fork and knife or driving a car. To assist you in reaching new heights and developing new skills.

Indian Rocks Rd Rehabilitation is designed for the comprehensive rehabilitative care of patients with functional, occupational or cognitive disorders. We have been providing inpatient rehabilitation services to the community for over 20 years, and have cared for more than 6000 patients on their road to recovery

Because our rehabilitation facility is located within a hospital, you have immediate access to all onsite diagnostic and laboratory services, and physician services. We are also able to offer in-house hemodialysis services.

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