What to Expect
We are here for you and our focus is to provide you with the appropriate level of care to help you reach your maximum potential. We offer three hours of therapy, five days a week, with additional therapy offered on weekends. Visiting hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., seven days a week. Please keep in mind that our patients are periodically in and out of their rooms throughout the day. Here is what you can expect on a typical day at Texas Rehabilitation Hospital of Fort Worth:
- In the morning, our patients are receiving scheduled medications, having vital signs recorded, getting assistance with personal hygiene, getting dressed and finishing their breakfast, in preparation for their first rehab session.
- After the first rehab session is complete, it is time for lunch. We encourage our patients to come to our dining room to have lunch, but they are more than welcome to have lunch in their rooms and get some extra rest before going to their afternoon rehab session.
- In the afternoon, our patients are participating in their second rehab session of the day. Once therapy has been completed for the day, patients are assisted back to their rooms for some additional rest, prior to dinner.
If you have any further questions, please call our Admissions Department at 817-820-3411.
What to Expect During Your Stay at an Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility
A link to a list of the pricing information about the items and service we provide is available below. This list represents gross charges for individual services and base rates negotiated with individual insurance providers and does not reflect personalized estimates of hospital charges that may be applicable to a specific case nor is it indicative of a patient’s out of pocket cost. In addition, several factors may affect pricing, including, but not limited to the time of selection, additional expenses such as laboratory or professional fees, and additional services that depend on an individual’s specific health condition. The information is not intended to be legal, health, medical or professional advice but merely conveys general information.