Community Rehabilitation Hospital North
7343 Clearvista Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46256
Community Rehabilitation Hospital North, located on the Community Hospital North medical campus, is an inpatient facility that offers superior access and the latest equipment to improve the lives of individuals with a broad range of diagnoses - from brain and spinal cord injury to stroke and amputation.
Community Rehabilitation Hospital North has an advanced accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) in Adult Inpatient Care and for their Inpatient Brain Injury Specialty Program and Stroke Specialty Program.
Community Rehabilitation Hospital North has also earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Amputation and Stroke Certification. The Gold Seal of Approval® is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective patient care. It is the first and only rehabilitation hospital in Indiana to earn the amputation certification.
Maintained in partnership with Kindred Healthcare, a national leader in the development and operation of rehabilitation hospitals, the 63,000 square foot facility has 60 beds and serves as a Midwestern regional provider for patients with complex physical and neurological injuries.
Please call Admissions at 317-585-5413 to arrange a visit and tour of our facilities. Watch the video below to learn more. For general questions or additional information about the services available at Community Rehabilitation Hospital please call 317-585-5400.
While getting the best possible rehabilitation care is the first priority for patients, convenience is an important consideration for families who want to be close to their loved ones. With more than 100 hospitals in seven states referring patients to us, we are a regional destination for high-quality rehabilitation care.
Community Rehabilitation Hospital North, within minutes of I-69 and I-465, is easily accessible to patients and families throughout Indiana and the Midwest. The hospital is also close to major arteries leading to downtown Indianapolis, and offers free parking.
Medical Director: Eric Aitken, MD
Our inpatient programs are designed for the individual who is medically stable, meets criteria for acute rehab admission, and can tolerate at least three hours of therapy a day. Rehabilitation is provided for individuals who have sustained physical and cognitive disabilities related to stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, neuromuscular diseases, orthopedics, amputations and related disorders.
All inpatients at Community Rehabilitation Hospital North are provided with a private room for comfort and privacy. The custom-built building enhances patient outcomes and provides the rehab team with access to the best tools in the area to deliver these services.
Why Inpatient Rehab?
Learn why inpatient rehab may be a good fit for your recovery at brochure.myrehabviewer.com/Community-Rehabilitation-Hospital.
This video also explains why inpatient rehab may be right for you. Explore more videos on Your Stay: What to Expect.
Our team is excited that you have chosen Community Rehabilitation Hospital North and wants your stay to be as comfortable as possible. We are different from a typical hospital, so we want to tell you a little about our program, our facility and what you can expect during your stay.
If you have any questions about your stay, please call us at 317-585-5400.
The goal of rehabilitation is to assist you in becoming as strong, safe and independent as possible while educating you and your family or other caregivers about your care. We will be supporting you as you learn to do daily activities for yourself.
Our goal is to provide excellent service. If at any time we have not met your expectations, we want to know. If you have questions about your experience or suggestions for making it better, please contact the Director of Quality Management at 317-585-5411.
Community Rehabilitation Hospital North offers free monthly support groups for patients, families and caregivers dealing with spinal cord injury, stroke and amputation. Support groups encourage sharing of common concerns and goals in an atmosphere of camaraderie and friendship.
There are a number of legal and financial issues that need to be addressed for persons with a brain injury, including care designations, disability claims, insurance coverage, workers compensation, and more. We have put together a list of common issues and some guidance on how to deal with them.
In 2018, Community Rehabilitation Hospital North served 1,418 patients - including 262 brain injury patients and 350 stroke patients - while providing three hours of skilled therapy per day, five to six days a week.
Our team continues to deliver high quality rehabilitation care by setting standards and exceeding regional figures. Our quality indicators for gain in function, discharges to the community and length of stay, inspire our team to strive for medical excellence. Take a look at our performance:
A link to a list of the standard charges for items and services provided by the hospital as required by Section 2718 (e) of the Public Health Service Act is available here. This list represents gross charges for individual services and does not reflect personalized estimates of hospital charges that may be applicable based on insurance discounts nor is it indicative of a patient’s out of pocket cost. In addition, several factors may affect pricing, including, but not limited to the time of selection, additional expenses such as laboratory or professional fees, and additional services that depend on an individual’s specific health condition. The information is not intended to be legal, health, medical or professional advice but merely conveys general information.