Allied Services Rehab Centers in Kingston and Taylor to reopen

Allied Services Rehab Centers in Kingston and Taylor to reopen

Allied Services Integrated Health System announced today that it will reopen 2 final outpatient rehab centers. Allied Services Kingston Rehab Center and Allied Services Taylor Rehab Center will reopen the week of July 13, 2020. The announcement also included the news that the Dickson City Rehab Center will not reopen. 

"The decision to close our Dickson City Rehab Center was a difficult one. We appreciate all of the support we received from the community in Dickson City and are grateful for the incredible dedication of our staff. We look forward to serving those same patients at our nearby Carbondale, Dunmore and Luger Scranton Rehab Centers. Our highly experienced staff from the Dickson City Rehab Center will continue to treat patients at our various outpatient centers" commented Diana Pope, Assistant Vice President of Outpatient Rehab. 

The Kingston Rehab Center and Taylor Rehab Center are currently accepting new and returning patients, and are available to schedule appointments.  

  • Kingston Rehab Center - click or call 570.283.9211
  • Taylor Rehab Center - click or call 570.562.3971

On May 11, Allied Services reopened 13 of its outpatient rehab centers with added safety measures. These include enhanced environmental cleaning protocols, screening of all patients and staff and the use of personal protective equipment per guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Patients and staff will be required to wear a mask. Waiting areas and treatment areas will be adjusted to make room for social distancing. Patients may be asked to use designated entrances to minimize contact with others, and staff members will check the body temperature and ask routine screening questions of all employees and patients upon entry.

Click here to read Frequently Asked Questions about outpatient therapy at Allied Services during COVID-19.

The safety measures have been well received by both staff and patients.

"I'm so happy to be back and I feel safe here" commented Inge, a patient at Allied Services Luger Rehab Center in Scranton. "I'm not afraid at all, I feel comfortable here. Not only do they tell you it's clean, but you see them cleaning so you know. Right when you walk in, the signs help tell you where to go and marks on the floor help you stay 6 feet apart. They take my temperature and make sure I have a mask and that I feel OK. They're really doing everything to keep you safe."

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The following rehab centers are open and accepting returning and new patients:

  • Carbondale Rehab Center - click or call 570.282.3344.
  • Dallas Rehab Center - click or call 570.674.5075.
  • Dunmore Rehab Center - click or call 570.207.8700
  • Kingston Rehab Center - click or call 570.283.9211
  • Luger Scranton City Rehab Center - click or call 570.348.1360.
  • Moscow Rehab Center - click or call 570.842.3400.
  • Mountaintop Rehab Center - click or call 570.474.9572.
  • Nanticoke Rehab Center - click or call 570.735.8288.
  • Pittston Rehab Center - click or call 570.655.5200.
  • Scranton Pediatric Center - click or call 570.348.1300.
  • Spine & Sports Medicine Center - click or call 570.830.4212.
  • Taylor Rehab Center - click or call 570.562.3971
  • Tunkhannock Rehab Center - click or call 570.836.6658.
  • Wilkes-Barre Rehab Center - click or call 570.826.3900.
  • Wilkes-Barre Pediatric Rehab Center - click or call 570.826.3900

Patients seeking care in Dickson City are advised to call 570.348.1360.

Allied Services Aronica Wellness Center in Scranton and the fitness center at Allied Services Wilkes-Barre Rehab Center will remain closed. The pool at the Wilkes-Barre Rehab Center and Scranton Luger Rehab Center will be open for individual patient therapeutic use only.

During COVID-19, the non-profit health system has been serving more than 4,000 people in facilities and homes throughout Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania. Services continued during the pandemic include skilled nursing, personal care, inpatient rehabilitation, hospice and palliative care, behavioral health programs, in-home and home health services, service coordination and residential care for people with intellectual and physical disabilities.