Rehabilitation Patient

The University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center Rehabilitation Services Department consists of cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech-language pathology. The staff here evaluates and treats patients suffering from physical and communicative problems due to disease, disability or injury. Our programs are designed to promote health and well-being, prevent or reduce disability, maximize independence and facilitate the highest quality of life possible.

The vision of the rehabilitation services department at UM BWMC is "to help patients and their families to help themselves." Our experienced therapists and rehab staff works with your providers to make sure you receive thorough rehabilitation for your unique health condition. You may be referred by your cardiologist, orthopedic surgeon, neurosurgeon, neurologist, podiatrist, pain management specialist, physical medicine physician, pulmonologist or internist to complete our program to restore your health and help you recover.

New Patients: If you are a new rehab patient at UM BWMC receiving outpatient occupational therapy, physical therapy or speech language pathology, download and complete our new patient packet.

The rehab services department at UM BWMC is part of the University of Maryland Rehabilitation Network, a coordinated system of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation providers working together to help people recover from illness or injury, such as stroke, joint replacement or traumatic injury. Offering a full range of physical rehabilitation services, the network brings together expert teams of committed care providers from facilities all across the state, from community hospitals to a large academic medical center.

For more information about rehabilitation at UM BWMC, please refer to our specific services listed on this site or call 410-787-4433.

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