Boulder City Hospital’s Transitional Rehabilitation Unit combines the superior clinical expertise of physical, speech, and occupational therapies along with social services to increase strength and return patients to their homes and families.
At Boulder City Hospital, we bring the patient and family together with a comprehensive rehab team to establish short-term and long-term goals.
We can help those who have suffered a loss of function or an impairment due to:
70% of people turning 65 can expect to use some form of long term care during their lives. When loved ones need extra help with everyday activities, the Boulder City Hospital Long Term Care unit provides a home away from home. We provide structured pathways and a multidisciplinary approach for the determined level of long term care necessary. Our program helps patients transition from hospital to home with access to a variety of services physical therapy, wound care and more in a compassionate and caring long term care environment.
Long-term care may be needed when a person can no longer care for themselves or has difficulty performing basic life skills like bathing, toileting, getting dressed, preparing meals and eating food.