HonorHealth Rehabilitation Hospital

We are one of 25 inpatient rehabilitation hospitals operated by Select Medical. We provide individualized treatment plans to improve physical recovery in a care setting guided by specially trained doctors, nurses and certified therapists.

At HonorHealth Rehabilitation Hospital, we treat patients who have had a stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, amputation, or who have a neurological condition or disease, such as Parkinson’s or multiple sclerosis. Our comprehensive medical team of doctors and certified rehabilitation specialists includes rehabilitation nurses; physical, occupational and respiratory therapists; speech-language

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On behalf of HonorHealth Rehabilitation Hospital the entire Select Medical family, we’d like to wish you and your family a safe, healthy and happy Independence Day!

On behalf of HonorHealth Rehabilitation Hospital the entire Select Medical family, we’d like to wish you and your family a safe, healthy and happy Independence Day!

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On this final day of National Safety Month, we extend deep gratitude to our staff who work tirelessly to provide a safe environment for their patients and colleagues. Their dedication and determination helped us to overcome the immense challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and continue to deliver quality care. For that we say – thank you. #NSM

On this final day of National Safety Month, we extend deep gratitude to our staff who work tirelessly to provide a safe environment for their patients and colleagues. Their dedication and determination helped us to overcome the immense challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and continue to deliver quality care. For that we say – thank you. #NSM

06/26/2021

Psychological and physical safety are interconnected. In this video, Dr. Loran Vocaturo discusses the ways emotional security and behavioral predictability enhance opportunities for better outcomes. #NSM

06/25/2021

Our hands touch a lot. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, hand hygiene was more important than ever. Let’s be sure to keep the healthy habit going by practicing the proper handwashing steps as recommended by the CDC.

1. Wet your hands with clean, running water (warm or cold), turn off the tap and apply soap.

2. Lather your hands by rubbing them together with the soap. Lather the backs of your hands, between your fingers and under your nails.

3. Scrub your hands for at least 20 seconds. Need a timer? Hum the “Happy Birthday” song from beginning to end twice.

4. Rinse your hands well under clean, running water.

5. Dry your hands using a clean towel or air dry them.

#NSM

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Providing compassionate, respectful care is a top priority at Select Medical. Every day, we strive to uphold a culture of safety by focusing on two key goals: preventing harm and building trust. #NSM

Providing compassionate, respectful care is a top priority at Select Medical. Every day, we strive to uphold a culture of safety by focusing on two key goals: preventing harm and building trust. #NSM

Timeline Photos 06/23/2021

Pandemic restrictions are being lifted putting more people on the road this summer and placing safe driving under the spotlight. Add to that summer and fall are the most dangerous times of the year to travel by car, with July and August being the deadliest, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. While you can’t change road conditions or the behavior of other drivers, the following tips may help you enjoy a safer summer. #NSM

Pandemic restrictions are being lifted putting more people on the road this summer and placing safe driving under the spotlight. Add to that summer and fall are the most dangerous times of the year to travel by car, with July and August being the deadliest, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. While you can’t change road conditions or the behavior of other drivers, the following tips may help you enjoy a safer summer. #NSM

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Today, we pause to reflect on Juneteenth and commemorate the 156th anniversary of news of the Emancipation Proclamation reaching Texas, fully abolishing slavery in the United States.

Nearly 100 years following that first Juneteenth, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King wrote this in his “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”:

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.”

This day, and Dr. King’s words, remind us that much has changed, and much work remains.

Today, we pause to reflect on Juneteenth and commemorate the 156th anniversary of news of the Emancipation Proclamation reaching Texas, fully abolishing slavery in the United States.

Nearly 100 years following that first Juneteenth, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King wrote this in his “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”:

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.”

This day, and Dr. King’s words, remind us that much has changed, and much work remains.

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As the country faced COVID-19’s uncertainties, Select Medical harnessed the power of 25 years’ worth of post-acute health care experience and more than 47,000 employees to safely serve communities and protect our patients and colleagues. #NSM

As the country faced COVID-19’s uncertainties, Select Medical harnessed the power of 25 years’ worth of post-acute health care experience and more than 47,000 employees to safely serve communities and protect our patients and colleagues. #NSM

Timeline Photos 06/16/2021

More people are returning to the workplace, while others continue to work from home or in a hybrid model. Regardless of where you are, arranging your workspace properly can increase comfort, decrease the risk of injury and improve productivity. #NSM

More people are returning to the workplace, while others continue to work from home or in a hybrid model. Regardless of where you are, arranging your workspace properly can increase comfort, decrease the risk of injury and improve productivity. #NSM

06/12/2021

Melinda Comer, Select Medical’s vice president of infection control, is a core member of the team that led our infection fighting efforts against COVID-19 across 130 specialty hospitals and 1,700 outpatient centers. Fifteen months into the pandemic, she offers comments on how the virus has reshaped our collective thoughts on keeping our global society safe. #NSM

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For the most updated visitation guidelines and hours please visit our website--https://www.honorhealth-rehab.com/.

For the most updated visitation guidelines and hours please visit our website--https://www.honorhealth-rehab.com/.

06/07/2021

As we continue #NationalSafetyMonth, watch Select Medical’s VP of Employee Safety Marcia Easley describe how Select Medical employees rose to the occasion, working hard to keep our patients and each other safe during the pandemic. #NSM

06/06/2021

Today on #NationalCancerSurvivorDay and throughout the month of June, we will honor nearly 17 million individuals and their families throughout the U.S. who are living with and beyond cancer.

Life after cancer is something worth celebrating. And a better quality of life for ALL cancer survivors is worth fighting for. The ReVital Cancer Rehabilitation team are committed to helping survivors live well beyond cancer and look forward to a time when no one who needs cancer rehabilitation will go without it.

Unfortunately, a majority of cancer survivors will experience late and lasting long-term effects of their cancer and its treatment. Yet less than 10 percent of patients who could benefit from cancer rehabilitation services will receive care. This is why we GET LOUD about CANCER REHAB, to raise awareness about the positive impact it can have on a person’s quality of life, from the point of diagnosis, during treatment and into survivorship.

#NationalCancerSurvivorDay, #NationalCancerSurvivorMonth, #GETLOUD2021, #LivingWellBeyondCancer, #CancerRehab

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June marks the 25th anniversary of #NationalSafetyMonth, an annual observance to help keep ourselves and each other safe in the workplace or any place else we travel.

Throughout the month, we’ll share weekly safety tips, videos from Select Medical’s leaders and other information that highlights how our culture of safety keeps our patients and employees safe, both physically and emotionally. #NSM

June marks the 25th anniversary of #NationalSafetyMonth, an annual observance to help keep ourselves and each other safe in the workplace or any place else we travel.

Throughout the month, we’ll share weekly safety tips, videos from Select Medical’s leaders and other information that highlights how our culture of safety keeps our patients and employees safe, both physically and emotionally. #NSM

05/31/2021

As Better Hearing and Speech Month (#BHSM) comes to a close, we wanted to take a minute to recognize the tremendous work that our team of speech-language pathologists do each day. Even when confronted with challenges, they adapt to provide the best patient experience possible.

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05/29/2021

Collaborating with a purpose. Take a look at how our speech-language pathologists work together to provide cutting-edge care to our patients. #BHSM

05/27/2021

May is #StrokeMonth. Across the Select Medical continuum of care, we are privileged to care for many patients during their stroke recovery journey. This month, we are sharing just a few of these inspiring stories. #RelentlessTogether.

Cathy Arthur, 72, moved to Arizona from Washington State for retirement and was making the most of days with swimming and walks. On a day in late January, she began to experience some heartburn and tingling in her arm and back, which sent her to HonorHealth Osborn Medical Center. It turned out that Cathy was experiencing an NSTEMI, a type of heart attack that typically results in less damage to a person’s heart. After undergoing a heart catheterization, a procedure in which a thin, flexible tube is inserted into a chamber or vessel of the heart, Cathy began to experience right-sided weakness. Hospital staff quickly realized what was happening and she was immediately sent for a CT scan and an MRI, at which point it was determined that Cathy had suffered a stroke.

The stroke left Cathy unable to move, much less walk. She also experienced dysphagia, or difficulty swallowing. Her endurance and coordination was dramatically decreased and she was unable to perform any daily personal care tasks without assistance. Two days after her stroke, Cathy was transferred to HonorHealth Rehabilitation Hospital to begin her recovery journey. There, a team of physicians, nurses and therapists worked with Cathy to put together a treatment plan to get her moving again.

Physical therapists focused on improving her strength, endurance, balance and walking through a variety of techniques and exercises. Cathy notes that the day she was able to move her big toe gave her renewed hope that she would be able to walk and be independent again; from there, she said, it was “just progress, progress, progress” with the push of her therapy team. Cathy’s physical therapists also helped her use adaptive equipment and applied neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES), a device that sends electrical impulses to nerves and causes muscles to contract, to help increase strength and range of motion. Additionally, Cathy practiced navigating stairs and getting in and out of the car with assistance.

In speech therapy, therapists worked with Cathy on swallowing techniques and utilized a modified diet to ensure that she could eat and drink safely. They also provided Cathy with speech training and strategies to help her speak more loudly and clearly.

Occupational therapists guided Cathy on how to safely move from laying to sitting to standing and aided her in using adaptive equipment and techniques to perform her personal care. They also used myofascial release, a hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure on various parts of the body to eliminate pain and restore motion, as well as exercises to improve her arm strength. Cathy also worked with occupational therapists on how to safely perform daily responsibilities such as cleaning, cooking and medication management.

After just over three weeks at HonorHealth Rehabilitation Hospital, Cathy made great progress in physical, occupational and speech therapy and was ready to return home, where she plans to continue her recovery in outpatient therapy. Cathy’s balance, strength, endurance and walking had all improved to the point where she was able to walk over 200 feet while using a cane. Her speech and swallowing was much better and she needed only minimal assistance for most of her personal care and mobility.

Cathy was most looking forward to returning home to see her family and getting back to her hobbies, swimming and walking. “The knowledge and compassion of the therapists and staff was tremendous,” she said. “My team was so compassionate and kind. They helped me get to where I am today.”

#PatientStories

May is #StrokeMonth. Across the Select Medical continuum of care, we are privileged to care for many patients during their stroke recovery journey. This month, we are sharing just a few of these inspiring stories. #RelentlessTogether.

Cathy Arthur, 72, moved to Arizona from Washington State for retirement and was making the most of days with swimming and walks. On a day in late January, she began to experience some heartburn and tingling in her arm and back, which sent her to HonorHealth Osborn Medical Center. It turned out that Cathy was experiencing an NSTEMI, a type of heart attack that typically results in less damage to a person’s heart. After undergoing a heart catheterization, a procedure in which a thin, flexible tube is inserted into a chamber or vessel of the heart, Cathy began to experience right-sided weakness. Hospital staff quickly realized what was happening and she was immediately sent for a CT scan and an MRI, at which point it was determined that Cathy had suffered a stroke.

The stroke left Cathy unable to move, much less walk. She also experienced dysphagia, or difficulty swallowing. Her endurance and coordination was dramatically decreased and she was unable to perform any daily personal care tasks without assistance. Two days after her stroke, Cathy was transferred to HonorHealth Rehabilitation Hospital to begin her recovery journey. There, a team of physicians, nurses and therapists worked with Cathy to put together a treatment plan to get her moving again.

Physical therapists focused on improving her strength, endurance, balance and walking through a variety of techniques and exercises. Cathy notes that the day she was able to move her big toe gave her renewed hope that she would be able to walk and be independent again; from there, she said, it was “just progress, progress, progress” with the push of her therapy team. Cathy’s physical therapists also helped her use adaptive equipment and applied neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES), a device that sends electrical impulses to nerves and causes muscles to contract, to help increase strength and range of motion. Additionally, Cathy practiced navigating stairs and getting in and out of the car with assistance.

In speech therapy, therapists worked with Cathy on swallowing techniques and utilized a modified diet to ensure that she could eat and drink safely. They also provided Cathy with speech training and strategies to help her speak more loudly and clearly.

Occupational therapists guided Cathy on how to safely move from laying to sitting to standing and aided her in using adaptive equipment and techniques to perform her personal care. They also used myofascial release, a hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure on various parts of the body to eliminate pain and restore motion, as well as exercises to improve her arm strength. Cathy also worked with occupational therapists on how to safely perform daily responsibilities such as cleaning, cooking and medication management.

After just over three weeks at HonorHealth Rehabilitation Hospital, Cathy made great progress in physical, occupational and speech therapy and was ready to return home, where she plans to continue her recovery in outpatient therapy. Cathy’s balance, strength, endurance and walking had all improved to the point where she was able to walk over 200 feet while using a cane. Her speech and swallowing was much better and she needed only minimal assistance for most of her personal care and mobility.

Cathy was most looking forward to returning home to see her family and getting back to her hobbies, swimming and walking. “The knowledge and compassion of the therapists and staff was tremendous,” she said. “My team was so compassionate and kind. They helped me get to where I am today.”

#PatientStories

05/25/2021

IRH - SM - SLP Month Video #3 - Therapists PROOF v1.1.mp4

Across our company, passionate speech-language pathologists (SLPs) restore critical life skills and daily comfort. Simple acts, such as eating a meal, speaking on the phone with a friend or remembering to take medicine regularly can be challenging following critical illness or serious injury. In their own words, SLPs from Select’s critical illness, inpatient rehabilitation and outpatient physical therapy divisions recount what drives them to share their gifts with our patients. #BHSM

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8850 East Pima Center Parkway
Scottsdale, AZ
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