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Northwell Health offers a range of after-hospital services to meet your individual needs. One or more of the following services may be the right choice for you. Speak to your physician or discharge planner about these and other options available to you.

Acute inpatient rehabilitation

Provided at Glen Cove, Phelps and Staten Island hospitals, acute rehabilitation is designed for individuals who need frequent physician monitoring, 24-hour nursing and intensive physical, occupational and/or speech therapy to maximize recovery. The length of stay is based on your diagnosis, needs and progress during rehabilitation. For more information, visit Northwell.edu/rehab.

Subacute inpatient rehabilitation

Subacute rehabilitation is for patients who need a less intense, less medically supervised rehabilitation environment. Services are provided at the Stern Center for Extended Care and Rehabilitation on the North Shore University Hospital campus in Manhasset, and the Orzac Center for Extended Care and Rehabilitation on the campus of Long Island Jewish Valley Stream.

Services include up to seven-day-a-week physical, occupational and speech pathology as clinically indicated, restorative nursing, wound care, social work and nutritional counseling. The subacute length of stay lasts until the patient is ready to return home or to a long-term setting. Subacute rehabilitation often is followed by home care or outpatient rehabilitation. For more information, visit Northwell.edu/rehab.

Outpatient rehabilitation

The Northwell Health Outpatient Rehabilitation Network provides comprehensive services at 21 easy-to-access locations throughout Long Island, Queens, Staten Island, Manhattan and Westchester. Our fully equipped facilities are staffed by licensed therapists experienced in the latest rehabilitation techniques. Our services include, but are not limited to: joint replacement therapy, neurological and stroke rehabilitation, sports therapy, spine care, pain management, brain injury rehabilitation, lymphedema therapy, oncology rehabilitation, women’s health, and vestibular and balance rehabilitation. For more information, visit Northwell.edu/rehab or call (888) REHAB-03.

Home care

Northwell Health At Home provides a scope of home care services for all patients, from infants to the elderly. Services may include nursing, physical and occupational therapy, speech/language pathology, wound and skin specialist, infusion services, social work and home health aides. Services may be covered through Medicare, Medicaid and Managed Care insurance plans. Private pay home aide services also are available. Northwell Health At Home, providing care in Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, Staten Island, Westchester, Putnam, Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx, has an extensive network of caring professionals dedicated to help you achieve your fullest potential in the comfort of your home. For more information, visit Northwell.edu/athome or call (866) 651-4200.

Hospice

For those with advanced illness, Northwell Health Hospice Care Network provides compassionate and expert care directed to alleviate symptoms and improve quality of life for patients in Nassau, Suffolk and Queens. A team of nurses, social workers, home health aides, chaplains, dietitians and volunteers is available to assist the patient and family. A hospice physician also is available for consultation and home visits. Medication equipment and supplies are provided. Nurses are available 24/7 to respond to questions and concerns. For more information, visit Hospicecarenetwork.org or call (800) 2-HOSPICE or (516) 832-7100.

Laboratories

Northwell Health Laboratories is the leading health system laboratory provider in the New York area offering a comprehensive testing menu. We provide laboratory testing for hospitals, nursing homes, physicians and ambulatory locations; this enables your healthcare provider to have seamless access to your test results. We have numerous Patient Service Centers for blood collection and participate with all major insurance companies. For more information, visit Northwell.edu/labs or call (800) 472-5757.

Ambulance transportation

The Center for Emergency Medical Services (CEMS) provides a range of ambulance services to all healthcare facilities with highly trained emergency medical technicians and paramedics. CEMS ambulances also provide emergency ambulance service within your community 24/7, and can be accessed by calling (516/631) 719-5000. For more information, visit Northwell.edu/CEMS.