Magee can help you thrive through all stages of MS.
The General Rehab Program at Magee provides comprehensive rehabilitation to individuals with a wide variety of conditions, such as Multiple Sclerosis and functional decline secondary to prolonged medical illness and hospitalization.
The Rehabilitation Team in collaboration with the patient and family establishes rehabilitation goals unique to the needs of each individual patient. The focus of rehabilitation care is to stabilize and improve medical status, increase functional capacity and independence in activities of daily living. The General Rehabilitation Program services are available in a variety of settings, including inpatient, outpatient and Day Rehab.
Case management services are designed to assist patients in navigating through the healthcare environment. Many issues outside of a patient's medical care can impact the patient's ability to maximize progress towards achieving independence. The Case Management department will help coordinate all services needed to arrange for therapy, assist in financial matters and educate patients and families on their disability.
Patient and Family Teaching
Magee patients and family members take part in a variety of educational activities to learn about their injuries and illnesses. Patients learn what to expect from life at home with a disability, how to care for themselves and how to prevent complications. The patient and family learn how to support each other; they learn problem-solving skills and how to become advocates for their healthcare rights. Magee provides a wealth of expertise that is accessible to the patient and family throughout the patient's life.
Lifetime Follow-Up System of Care
Rehabilitation is a process that continues throughout each person's lifetime as personal goals and lifestyles change. Magee's Lifetime Follow-Up System of Care provides patients and families with continued access to rehabilitation physicians and a team of expert rehabilitation professionals. This team provides a variety of services to help patients regain or maintain their level of physical function and good health.