Sharing our outcomes: Diagnoses and Discharge Destinations of our Patients Served CALENDAR YEAR 2022

DiagnosisNumber of Those we ServedAverage Length of Stay (days)Discharge Rate (%) to Home or Community SettingDischarge Rate (%) to Skilled NursingUnplanned Transfers (%) to Acute CareGG Sub-Scale (Walking) Change Per Day
Brain Injury12513.5182.405.6011.202.3
Spinal Cord Injury5515.4783.645.4510.912.5
General Rehabilitation11911.3771.436.7220.12.6
ALL PATIENTS64313.3878.078.0913.222.4
 Total Patients ServedAverage Age% Male% FemaleAverage Number of Treatment Hours/Day*Likelihood of recommending facility**
All Patients & All Diagnoses6437554.745.2153 (PRH)
136 (Nation)
*Therapy minutes is calculated using a 7-day week. IRF standards are 180 min for 5 days/week. Pinecrest exceeds the national average daily by 17 min/day.
**Data reported from Press Ganey Key Performance indicators Jan 1, 2022 to December 31, 2022 as of January 30, 2023
***Comprised of 20 discharges from RIC 6 and 19. Of which 19 discharges from RIC 6 (MS, Parkinsons, Polyneuropathy, Cerebral Palsy, Neuro Muscular) 4 Return back to PRH

One important measure of quality and effectiveness in an acute rehabilitation program is the percentage of patients who return to their respective community setting after discharge.

Here at Pinecrest Rehabilitation Hospital we take pride that 100% of required therapy is 1:1 individualized treatment. Group therapy provided only above the required minimum

threshold. In addition, Pinecrest provides on average 13 more minutes of therapy/day in Week 1 and 23 more minutes of therapy/day in Week 2 of stay. As a result, over 78% of our patients successfully transition back to their respective community setting after an average length of stay of less than 2 weeks.

We pride ourselves on being a Commission on Accreditation of Rehab Facilities, CARF program. CARF accreditation is the gold standard of rehabilitative care. When a facility has achieved the CARF accreditation, be assured that their values and practices are effective in bringing quality care to their patients. They have shown that their practices are research based and proven to be effective, while constantly finding ways to improve. Continuous specialized education for the staff is a top priority at a CARF accredited facility. Each CARF accredited provider has a proven commitment to excellence in rehabilitative care.