Inpatient Stroke Program

The Inpatient Stroke Program of Roger C. Peace Hospital (RCPH) offers a breadth of services and maintains specialty accreditation by the Commission for Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). RCPH is a partner to Greenville Memorial Hospital which has advanced certification by The Joint Commission as a Comprehensive Stroke Center. We are a member of the American Stroke Association  and an ACBIS Alliance Member through the  Brain Injury Association of America.

Nearly 800,000 people in the United States have a stroke every year, with about three in four being first-time strokes. We are committed to seeing the potential in every person, patient centered goal setting, and treatment planning that is creative and dynamic. Every stroke is unique but tends to affect people in common ways. Often those who have suffered a stroke will have physical, communication, emotional and behavioral challenges that impact their daily life.

At RCPH we specialize in stroke rehabilitation for people of all ages. We are committed to seeing the potential in every person, goal setting, and treatment planning that is creative and aggressive. Comprehensive interdisciplinary care provides reinforcement of treatment goals throughout the day for patients at all functioning levels. Our specialty interventions and approaches address the physical, behavioral, cognitive, communication and visual challenges of patients who have been affected by a stroke.

The Inpatient Stroke Program at RCPH maximizes outcomes and advances through the continuum of care from inpatient rehabilitation to next level of care.

Click here to read our Inpatient Stroke Program Scope of Service and Disclosure Statement.

Inpatient Rehabilitation 

  • Comprehensive Interdisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, dietitians, therapists, case managers, psychologists, dedicated to expert care of persons with brain injury
  • A specialty unit including patient rooms, nursing care units, and gym space specifically designed to meet the unique needs of a person with a stroke.
  • Specialized medical management, nursing and therapy in a hospital setting
  • Neuropsychology services
  • Individualized family training to prepare families and caregivers for safe transition home.
  • Co-treatment with interdisciplinary teams
  • Community outings
  • Transition to the next level of care most appropriate when you graduate from inpatient rehabilitation program

Our Providers

Our stroke doctors and specialists bring individualized, highly specialized care to patients following a stroke.

Admissions & Referrals

To learn more about participating in the Stroke Program at RCPH, please call please call 864-455-7716.

To make a referral, please fax referral forms to 864-455-3793.