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Shore View Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

Commitment, Compassion, Customized Care

The average length of stay for patients undergoing rehabilitation at a sub-acute facility can vary based on several factors, including the specific services provided, the patient’s condition and rehabilitation needs, and the facility’s discharge criteria. However, there are some general trends:

  1. Short-Term Rehabilitation: For patients recovering from acute conditions or surgeries (such as joint replacements), the average length of stay can range from 7 to 14 days. The focus is typically on achieving initial recovery milestones and preparing the patient for discharge with ongoing outpatient therapy.
  2. Long-Term Rehabilitation: Patients with more complex medical conditions or those requiring intensive therapy to regain functional independence may have longer stays. These stays can range from several weeks to several months, depending on the individual’s progress and rehabilitation goals.
  3. Chronic Care Management: Some sub-acute facilities also provide long-term care for patients with chronic conditions who require ongoing medical management and rehabilitation. These stays can be more extended, potentially lasting several months to years.

The exact average length of stay can vary widely between facilities and patient populations served. It is best to consult with a specific sub-acute facility or review their published data for the most accurate information tailored to their services and patient demographics.


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