The Road to Recovery Begins Here
A car crash leaves a college student with a devastating brain injury.
A stroke strips a middle-aged career woman of her ability to walk and talk.
A back injury threatens a young athlete’s professional hockey career.
Tragedy brings many to Methodist Rehabilitation Center, but it’s not a place where it triumphs.
That same student made the dean’s list and earned her college degree. That career woman is back on her feet and back on the job. And that athlete was back on the ice just in time to compete in league playoffs.
Even before our patients dare hope that they can be healed, our staff is at their side, helping them achieve the highest level of recovery possible. Since 1975, that dedication has made Methodist Rehabilitation Center the place that people turn to when their lives have been turned upside down by a disabling injury or illness.
As Mississippi’s only comprehensive rehabilitation hospital, we feature programs specifically designed to treat people who have had a stroke, brain or spinal injury. Each program has a staff dedicated to the treatment of that specific injury or illness. This experience gives us the expertise no other hospital can claim. And now we’re successfully applying that expertise to an ever-expanding field of rehabilitation services for people with neurological and orthopedic illnesses and injuries.
As a result, we’ve twice been the only hospital in Mississippi to be named one of America’s Best by U.S. News & World Report. And we've twice been named one of only 16 Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems in the nation, putting us at the forefront of exciting improvements in the treatment of brain injuries.
We've been accredited by CARF International for inpatient rehabilitation services, and we're the only hospital in the state to be accredited in all aspects of our stroke, brain and spinal injury rehab programs. We’ve also gained worldwide prominence for groundbreaking West Nile virus research being conducted by our Center for Neuroscience and Neurological Recovery.
Of course, national recognition means nothing if we’re not meeting the needs of patients, and in that area we excel. Our patients exceed the national average in regaining functional abilities and they are more likely to return to their home and community. We’re proud, too, that patients consistently give us the highest ratings on satisfaction surveys. These accomplishments are illustrated by our excellent outcome measures.
As we measure our own success, we think the best yardstick is the achievements of our “graduates.” You’ll find their stories throughout this site, along with other information about the services and staff available to you at Methodist Rehabilitation Center.
Community Health Needs Assessment Adopted May 23, 2013
Community Health Needs Assessment Implementation Plan July, 2013 - June, 2016