Rehab Services - Brampton Civic Hospital

Active Rehabilitation unit

Patients on this unit include people who need:

  • Orthopaedic rehab after, for example, hip or knee surgery
  • Stroke and neurological rehabilitation  
  • General rehab, after an illness, injury, or general surgery

Location: Brampton Civic Hospital (entrance ‘A’ from Peter Robertson Blvd., ROSE elevator to 4th floor, follow signs to Active Rehab unit)
Tel: 905-494-7893

A Reactivation/Slow Stream Rehabilitation unit

This inpatient unit is for patients over 60 years of age who need intensive rehabilitation over a longer period of time and/or those who are waiting to be transferred to a Long-Term Care facility.  

Location:
Brampton Civic Hospital (entrance ‘A’ from Peter Robertson Blvd., ROSE elevator to 4th floor, follow signs to Slow Stream Rehab) 
Tel: 905-494-2120 ext. 57364

Short-Term Assess and Restore (STAR) unit

This inpatient unit is designed for patients over 60 years of age who have had an acute hospital stay and need a short but intensive therapy program to help increase their strength and mobility before they are discharged.  The care team includes experts in geriatric care.                                                                               
Location: Brampton Civic Hospital (entrance ‘B’ from Peter Robertson Blvd., SUN elevator to 3rd floor, follow signs to Acute Care for the Elderly)
Tel: 905-494-2120 ext. 58305 or 58304


 

Speech-Language Therapy

Osler’s Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) provide patient assessment, therapy and education for swallowing problems (dysphagia) and speech and language disorders (dysarthria, aphasia, apraxia, and others). The SLPs serve inpatients at Brampton Civic Hospital and Etobicoke General Hospital.

Any member of the care team, the patient, or family member can ask for a patient assessment, but an order must be provided by the patient’s most responsible physician before the assessment can be confirmed.

Rehab Services - Etobicoke General Hospital

A Reactivation/Slow Stream Rehabilitation unit

This inpatient unit is for patients over 60 years of age who need intensive rehabilitation over a longer period of time and/or those who are waiting to be transferred to a Long-Term Care facility.   

Location:  9th floor
Tel:  416-494-2120 ext. 33435

Speech-Language Therapy

Osler’s Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) provide patient assessment, therapy and education for swallowing problems (dysphagia) and speech and language disorders (dysarthria, aphasia, apraxia, and others). The SLPs serve inpatients at Brampton Civic Hospital and Etobicoke General Hospital.

Any member of the care team, the patient, or family member can ask for a patient assessment, but an order must be provided by the patient’s most responsible physician before the assessment can be confirmed.


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