North Oaks Rehabilitation Hospital has been nationally recognized as a
2014 Top Performer by the
Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation (UDSMR), performing better than 90% of the hospitals in the U.S.
North Oaks Rehabilitation Hospital patients were found to make greater
improvements faster, according to UDSMR 2013 data. The study looks at
how patients improve in activities like memory; caring for one’s
self; eating, bathing and dressing; toileting and bladder control; and
mobility, locomotion, navigating stairs and transfers (e.g. moving from
bed-to-chair, tub-to-shower and wheelchair-to-toilet.) The facility was
compared to other hospitals in our region and across the nation.
Patients who have had a stroke or other brain injury; surgery for joint
replacement or other orthopaedic or spinal cord injuries; or suffer from
neurological disorders, arthritis or other congenital conditions often
benefit from inpatient rehabilitation.
UDSMR is a not-for-profit organization affiliated with the University at
Buffalo, the state university of New York. Facilities from all over the
world use UDSMR’s measurement system to document how quickly and
how completely patients recover when they receive medical rehabilitation.
UDSMR provides the most comprehensive rehabilitation data in the industry
and is the world’s largest database for medical rehabilitation outcomes.
This is the latest in a series of awards North Oaks Rehabilitation Hospital
has received. The facility ranks among the top 3 percent of 22,000 facilities
worldwide surveyed by the
Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities; has one of only five CARF-certified Stroke Specialty Programs in Louisiana
(and the only one along the I-12 corridor); and received the 2013 Guardian
of Excellence Award? from Press Ganey Associates, Inc. for consistent
achievement in patient satisfaction.
For more information, watch the
“Welcome to North Oaks Rehabilitation Hospital” video at www.youtube.com/mynorthoaks. You also may call North Oaks Rehabilitation
Hospital at (985) 230-2678 or visit the
“Rehabilitation Hospital” section of our website.