Clinical Services

short-term care

Our short-term care includes an extensive range of rehabilitative services and 24-hour skilled nursing care. After a stay in the hospital patients may only require short-term rehabilitation or short-term skilled nursing care. The goal is to return home or to a residential care environment. We are dedicated to providing a “culture of rehabilitation” for patients to maximize improvement of health and wellness.

long-term care

At The Rehabilitation Center of Los Angeles we are committed to providing a higher quality of life to each and every one of our residents through the care we provide. Our team of dedicated professionals provides the highest level of medical and nursing care in an atmosphere that is appreciated by patients, residents and their families.

Our nursing staff is available 24 hours a day to assist in meeting the needs of our patients. The Rehabilitation Center of Los Angeles offers specialized programs and individualized care plans designed to achieve the best outcomes for you or your loved one.

Whether you are seeking short-term services or long-term care, our team is committed to meeting your individual needs.

sub-acute care

Suffering from a medically complex injury is challenging enough — but patients who are experiencing some level of respiratory failure and require ventilator care are faced with even greater difficulties. Ventilator patients are not physiologically able to maintain spontaneous breathing. The Rehabilitation Center of Los Angeles accepts patients that not only show potential for ventilator weaning, but those that may need long-term care placement.

Respiratory therapists are a vital part of our sub-acute staffing mix that keeps our patients comfortable and improving every day. They are on site 24 hours a day/7 days a week and are skilled in the proper administration and weaning of ventilator care.

Beginning with a careful assessment of a patient’s respiratory function, a personalized ventilator care program is established and, once administered, staff is proactive in preventing many complications commonly associated with vent care, including infection. Nursing staff doesn’t function alone in ventilator care, but is part of an interdisciplinary team that includes speech and respiratory therapists, and Pulmonary Medical Director. The Rehabilitation Center of Los Angeles has been highly successful with weaning patients from ventilator support, oxygen therapy, and the discontinuation of artificial airways.