Admissions Information

Our admissions team can begin the admission process within 24 hours of receiving a referral. We offer this service free of charge and often serve as the referring facility’s primary educator and resource for family services.

Patients can be admitted to inpatient rehab care from an acute-care hospital, subacute care, LTACH facility, nursing home or even their own home. We help families through the admissions process with an action plan that identifies the important next steps for the family to take.

Referrals can be made by a physician, hospital discharge planner or social worker or insurance company case manager.

Allied Services accepts virtually all types of insurance plans including workers compensation, traditional insurance plans, managed care plans and Medicare and Medicaid. Our admissions staff is available if needed to help negotiate ser vice with your provider.

The Fast Track Home

After a joint replacement surgery, Allied Services Rapid Recovery can reduce your hospital stay and promote a safe transition home. Close coordination between the physician and Allied Services Home Health creates consistent clinical pathways and documentation for patients and their families. ”Fast Track” Programs like Allied Services Rapid Recovery are associated with greater patient satisfaction, fewer readmissions to hospital and better pain management.

The goals of Rapid Recovery are to maximize the patients’ medical, functional, and emotional health. Skilled clinicians and caregivers work as a team, under the direction of the patient’s surgeon, to ensure the goals are achieved.

Rapid Recovery Program