Inpatient RehabilitationCall 406.327.4737
2827 Fort Missoula Rd.
Missoula, MT 59804
P: (406) 327-4737
F: (877) 567-7078
24/7 EasyAdmit Transfer Center
(Medical Providers Only)
Why Inpatient Rehabilitation
When getting back home quickly and achieving the best possible recovery possible are your goals, where you receive rehabilitation matters. Review our online brochure to learn more about our rehabilitation program at Community.Learn More
Patients come to Inpatient Rehabilitation at CMC from across the state to our nationally recognized rehabilitation program. Our program is lead by team of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation physicians and rehabilitation experts who treat people recovering from a stroke, head trauma, spinal cord injury, amputation or other debilitating condition to give them the tools to re-enter the world with confidence.
- Complex medical issues
- Heart issues
- Hip fractures
- Limb amputation
- Multiple trauma
- Neurological disorders
- Orthopedic needs
- Spinal cord injuries
- Strokes and aneurysms
- Traumatic brain injuries
What to Expect
A typical stay with us is 10-days or less. During that time patients benefit from therapies in a program designed specifically for you. With each step, patients and families get the support they need to reach and exceed patient goals.
Your daily schedule will vary, but a typical day will include several hours of intense therapy. You’ll work with specialists in occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech therapy.
The inpatient rehabilitation team will work with you until your discharge date. When you transition to outpatient care at CMC or close to your home, we’ll review your medications and home instructions with you and a care provider. You’ll need to follow these instructions, practice exercises and go to follow-up outpatient appointments.
Collaborating with American Heart Association/American Stroke Association
We collaborate with and support the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association (AHA/ASA), which is devoted to saving people from the two leading causes of death in the world.
As a leader in providing rehabilitation for stroke recovery, we are proud to be the sponsor of the “Together to End Stroke®” initiative for American Heart and Stroke Association. Through this collaboration, we are educating people that stroke is treatable and can be beaten through high-quality rehabilitation, patient support and implementation of the AHA/ASA’s recent Stroke Rehabilitation and Recovery Guidelines. Download the Stroke Rehab Toolkit to learn more about the AHA/ASA’s recommendations for stroke patients to receive rehabilitation treatment in the inpatient rehabilitation setting, versus in a nursing home, immediately following their acute-care stay.
The Commission of Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) is a private, not-for-profit organization that accredits rehabilitation programs. CARF helps to promote and assure standards of quality for rehabilitation programs and focuses on optimal outcomes for persons served.