Inpatient Admit From Home Program

Admit From Home

Allied Rehab Hospital and Heinz Rehab Hospital offer a program designed to address a growing community need: Patients who are declining functionally at home, but do not qualify for an acute admission.

Patients can be admitted directly from home. The program is designed to improve the functional status and increase the patient’s chances of returning home safely. Medicare regulations require patients to have a qualifying three-day hospital stay prior to admission to a skilled nursing facility. The patient’s stay at Allied Rehab Hospital or Heinz Rehab Hospital will meet this requirement.

Tina McCarthy, RN, BSN, CPC
Physician Relations Manager
570-830-8928
tmccar@allied-services.org

An Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Team

At Allied Services Integrated Health System, our specialized therapists help patients improve balance, decrease dizziness, improve strength, minimize falls and possibly reduce the need for medications.

Conditions treated, but not limited to:

  • Acoustic neuroma
  • Balance dysfunction
  • Benign positional vertigo (BPV)
  • Gait dysfunction
  • Labyrinthitis
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Ototoxicity
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Stroke
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Vestibular Neuritis

Evidence of Excellence

Providing the highest quality care to our patients and their families is integral to our mission. Here are some of the achievements that Allied Services has made.

Specialization & Expertise

Allied Services operates two specialty rehabilitation hospitals, Allied Rehab Hospital in Scranton and Heinz Rehab Hospital in Wilkes-Barre. As specialty hospitals, rehab is the complete focus of the care we provide. Our specialty hospitals’ Admit from Home Program treats approximately 175 patients each year.

Top Performer Award

In 2012, both Allied Rehab Hospital and Heinz Rehab Hospital received the Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation’s (UDSmrSM) Top Performer Award. Each year, UDSmrSM compares nearly 800 inpatient rehabilitation providers on key quality measures including functional improvement (that is, how well a person can get around and do everyday activities) and the percentage of patients who return home after rehab. Heinz Rehab Hospital earned the award for the second consecutive year, scoring in the top 3% of inpatient rehabilitation hospitals nationwide. Allied Rehab Hospital earned the award for the fifth consecutive year, scoring in the top 1% of rehab facilities.

Admit From Home Checklist

  • Referral form/order
  • Demographic face sheet
  • Most recent office visit records
  • List of current medications

For Questions Regarding Refferrals
570-348-1359 (Scranton Admission)
570-826-3885 (Wilkes-Barre Admission)