NRH at Elliot in Manchester

Northeast Rehab Hospital in Manchester, NH

1 Elliot Way, 7th Floor
Manchester, NH 03103

603-663-7700

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Inpatient Physical Rehabilitation has never been closer to home with our Manchester Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit at Elliot Hospital.

Our brand new unit at Elliot Hospital  offers 15 private rooms, spacious therapy gyms and aerial views of the city.  Patients and families will find our new hospital filled with amenities, technology and specialty programming to support their recovery:

  • Licensed as a hospital with 15 private rooms for a quiet and relaxing atmosphere
  • On-site physicians 7 days/week
  • Certified Rehab Registered Nurses on staff
  • Full time therapy staff which specializes in acute rehabilitation
  • At least 3 hours per day of Therapeutic Services
  • Relaxing lounge for patients and families
  • ADL kitchen and bedroom so patients can practice and master activities of daily life
  • Aerial views of Manchester from the seventh floor
  • Access to all amenities offered at Elliot Hospital
  • Conveniently located right off Route 93 with ample free parking

Stroke Recovery Program

We Specialize in Stroke Rehab

Whenever possible, the American Stroke Association strongly recommends that stroke patients be treated at an in-patient rehabilitation facility rather than a skilled nursing facility. While in an in-patient rehabilitation facility, patients participate in at least three hours of rehabilitation a day from physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech therapists. Nurses are continuously available and doctors typically visit daily.  Read the entire Press Release for the Guidelines for Adult Stroke Rehab.

Brain Injury Recovery Program

In order to meet the unique needs of patients recovering from a brain injury, we have Certified Brain Injury Specialists (CBIS) on staff. These therapists are preeminent brain injury clinicians having passed a rigorous set of courses, a written examination and nationally-recognized credentials. Additionally, our therapists are continuously trained in the latest advances in brain injury rehabilitation.

Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Program

A spinal cord injury is the result of damage to the spinal cord. Causing, a loss of function, movement, and/or sensation. The specific muscles and functions that are affected depend on the exact level of the spinal cord that was damaged.

Northeast Rehab’s Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Program provides comprehensive acute inpatient rehab and medical management for those who have had a spinal cord injury due to trauma or illness.

Amputee Recovery Program

Losing a limb is never easy. You must deal with the physical as well as emotional implications the come with limb loss. Every person also responds differently to the loss and the recovery.

Our Amputee Recovery Program is a Center of Excellence that meets the various needs of patients and their families following the loss of a limb. Our program provides services throughout a patient’s plan of care including inpatient, outpatient and home care.

Orthopedic Recovery Program

Northeast Rehab’s Orthopedic Rehabilitation Program provides comprehensive acute inpatient rehabilitation services and medical management to meet the needs of individuals following multiple trauma, hip fractures, or joint replacements with other complications or revisions.

This program offers a comprehensive multidisciplinary approach to rehabilitation with the goal of maximizing recovery and assisting in re-entry to the community.

Our rehab team is able to manage patient conditions during the rehab stay including Parkinson’s disease, stroke, diabetes and obesity. Our rehab team also closely follows all post-surgical protocols put in place by the orthopedic surgeons.

Neuro Recovery Program

Neurological patients require highly specialized care. Our Neurological Recovery Program provides comprehensive acute inpatient services and medical management to meet the needs of individuals who have experienced complications from neurologic disorders such as Guillain-Barre syndrome, Parkinson’s disease, post-polio conditions, myopathies, multiple sclerosis, meningitis and other neurological problems.

 

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