News at Our Hospital
MidAmerican Rehabilitation Hospital hosted a Petting Zoo celebrating National Rehabilitation Week 2017. It was a fantastic event for everyone! Animals included 10 week old donkey, Nigerian dwarf goats, babydoll sheep, bunnies, ducks, silkie chickens, pony and a 4 week old pot belly pig named Eva.
During National Rehabilitation Week MidAmerica hosted a "Clinical Collaboration Celebration, Bringing Two Super Powers Together" event. The idea of the celebration was to bring Encompass Home Health and MidAmerica Rehabilitation Hospital/HealthSouth teams together.
Pippin a miniature therapy horse with MO-KAN Pet Partners, recently visited patients and employees at MidAmerica Rehabilitation Hospital.
Dr. Cielo Navato-Dehning was recently touted for her medical leadership and excellence at HealthSouth’s Medical Directors’ Meeting held in Scottsdale, Arizona from March 10-12.
Jeremy Osborn crashed his dump truck while swerving away from children playing in the street. The heroic act left him seriously injured, but Osborn is on his way to recovery after spending more than two months at HealthSouth Mid America Rehabilitation Hospital.
MidAmerica Rehabilitation Hospital, an inpatient rehabilitation hospital in the HealthSouth network of hospitals, will begin providing peritoneal dialysis services for its inpatient physical rehabilitation patients beginning Oct. 24.
MidAmerica Rehabilitation Hospital, an inpatient rehabilitation hospital in the HealthSouth network of hospitals, has teamed up with Title Boxing Club of Lenexa, Kansas, to provide amputees an opportunity to come together to learn the art of boxing.
The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association has issued its first guidelines on adult stroke rehabilitation calling for intensive, multidisciplinary treatment.
After suffering a traumatic car accident, Jessica Grant seeks rehabilitation at HealthSouth Mid-America to re-gain her independence.
Community outings help assess a patient’s mobility, socialization, money management and return to community to name a few.