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Options for rehabilitation can be as vast as the conditions that require it. The most important path to follow is the one that best meets the specific needs of each individual. At Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Utah, we are here to help you navigate those options, placing your needs and goals first to ensure you receive better care for superior outcomes. This includes applying intense therapies, expert knowledge and innovative solutions within the scope of our services, raising the bar as a healthcare leader for excellence in care.
 

We proudly display our Gold Seal of Approval™

Stroke Rehabilitation

Our hospital has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Disease-Specific Care Certification in stroke rehabilitation.

Hip Fracture Rehabilitation

Our hospital has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Disease-Specific Care Certification in hip fracture rehabilitation.

Programs and conditions

at Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Utah

This hospital may not treat all conditions.

View all of the programs offered throughout our national footprint.

Superior outcomes

We are focused on two things: the progress our patients make and the outcomes they achieve. This is evidenced by our industry-leading performance scores.

We want you to get better, and to make that happen, we need to know where you began. Upon arrival at one of our hospitals, we will measure how much help you need to perform basic skills – this is called your Functional Outcome Measures. Your rehabilitation team will review these with you, set challenging but attainable goals, and design a treatment plan to help you meet your specific goals. Before you leave the hospital, we will rescore your Functional Outcome Measures assessment to see how much you’ve improved, determine how well you have met your goals, and provide you the materials and training you need to continue your progress after you leave the hospital.

Support groups

Aphasia talking practice group

Date: Tuesday of each week
Time: Noon
Location: TOSH Medical Tower, 5770 S 250 E, Room G50, Murray, UT 84107
Contact: Emily Redd at emily.redd@imail.org

Brain Injury Alliance Support Group for Adults

Date: Second Tuesday of each month
Time: 6 p.m.
Location: Sanderson Community Center of the Deaf, 5709 S 1500 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84123
Contact: Beth Cardell at 801.585.5511

Brain Injury & Stroke Survivor Group

Date: Third Thursday of each month
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: IMC South Office Building 1, 5171 Cottonwood St, Murray, UT 84107– 9th floor Gym
Contact: Emily Redd at emily.redd@imail.org

Caring for the Caregiver Group

Date: Third Thursday of each month
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: IMC South Office Bldg. 1, 5171 Cottonwood St, Murray, UT 84107– 9th floor Neuroscience Conference Room
Contact: Emily Redd at emily.redd@imail.org

Cognitive Skills Group

Date: Thursday of each week
Time: Noon
Location: TOSH Medical Tower, 5770 S 250 E, Room G50, Murray, UT 84107
Contact: Emily Redd at emily.redd@imail.org

Meditation Group

Date: Wednesday of each week
Time: 3 p.m.
Location: Cottonwood Medical Clinic, 181 Medical Tower Dr, Murray, UT, 84107 – 1st Floor Conference Room
Contact: Emily Redd at emily.redd@imail.org

Stroke Support Group

Date: Fourth Thursday of every month
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (TOSH), 5770 South 250 East, room G50
Contact: Bill McNutt, 801.561.3400

University of Utah Brain Injury Support Group

Date: Fourth Tuesday of each month
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Sugar House Health Center, 1138 E. Wilmington Ave, Salt Lake City, UT 84106
Contact: Kiera Berggren, SLP at 801.581.2221

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