Prisma Health Roger C. Peace Rehabilitation Hospital (RCPH) in Greenville, South Carolina is a private, not-for-profit hospital that has met the rehabilitative needs of the community for more than four decades. More than one in four U.S. adults (a total of 61 million Americans) have a disability that impacts major life activities, according to a report in CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. At RCPH, we specialize in medical treatment, rehabilitation, and research by providing comprehensive inpatient and outpatient programs that treat individuals who have sustained a spinal cord injury, brain injury, stroke, amputation, multiple trauma, cancer, and other neurological conditions.
RCPH has established itself as the region’s premier destination for those requiring rehabilitative care and education. Patients at RCPH get more than just medical care, they get an experience that brings healing and hope. We believe in the triumph of the human spirit and are guided by providing care that is creative, comprehensive, connected, compassionate, and conscious in order to serve our patients and our field.
We are a team of highly specialized medical and health care professionals, dedicated to helping patients rebuild their lives with hope, independence, and dignity, advocating for their full inclusion in all aspects of community life while promoting safety and injury prevention. We work with each person using a patient centered and interdisciplinary approach to help patients advance through the continuum of care and navigate their journey over a lifetime.
Our 53-bed licensed rehabilitation hospital is accredited by the Joint Joint Commission of Accreditation of Healthcare Facilities (JCAHO) and the National Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) This is evidence that our organization strives to improve efficiency, fiscal health and service delivery, while creating a foundation for patient satisfaction. Our CARF-accredited specialty programs include Spinal Cord Injury, Brain Injury, Stroke, Amputee, and Comprehensive Integrated Inpatient Rehabilitation also known as General Rehabilitation.
Specialized services that emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach to address physical, cognitive, social and behavioral changes to and prepare you for the future.
Designed to maximize patient outcomes utilizing a patient centered approach while offering a comprehensive program including expertise in recovery and treatment of young stroke patients.
Comprehensive rehabilitation program tailored to meet individual needs while focusing on education, self-care techniques, and paralysis effects after a spinal cord injury.
Intense rehabilitation with experts in amputation/limb loss to teach new ways to accomplish daily activities and maximize potential return to the community and independent living.
For patients with complex medical conditions to regain strength, mobility, and independence using a whole person approach.
Our goal in inpatient therapy is to work with you on communication, activities of daily living, mobility skills, and recreational activities. We want to get you back to as normal of a life as possible after your hospital stay.
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