Bryan Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit Patient Outcomes
Your ability to be discharged directly to your home after rehabilitation at Bryan is a key goal and outcome. At the Bryan acute rehabilitation unit our success rate is higher than both regional and national averages. Last year, 83 percent of our patients in all injury categories went directly home rather than to a longer care facility.
Last year we treated 505 patients. Eighty-five percent of these patients rated their overall rehab experience at Bryan a nine or 10 on a 10-point scale. On this page we share our 2016 outcomes divided into the various injuries or conditions treated.
"Bryan rehab therapists push you to work hard on your exercises, but they are loving and caring in how they do this. Communication with my doctor was excellent – she checked in every day to make sure my family and I had all of our questions answered. About a year after my stroke I'm back to at least 80 percent of my abilities. I tell people who have had a severe stroke like mine to be patient, think positive and know you can improve."
Outcomes by injury or condition treated:
- Amputee patients - ability to return home was 84 percent; regional average was 69 percent and national average was 73 percent.
- Brain injury - ability to return home was 82 percent; regional average was 72 percent and national average was 71 percent.
- Stroke - ability to return home was 75 percent; regional average was 66 percent, and national average was 67 percent.
"The acute inpatient rehabilitation team on Bryan West Campus was the perfect fit to help me in my recovery process after my brain injury. They kept me up to date on my progress and next steps each day. From all the attention I got, I felt like I was their only patient during my time there."