Located at the Lee Campus of Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center, Crichton Rehabilitation Center is an inpatient rehabilitation facility offering a wide variety of unique and practical services designed to help patients return to an active lifestyle.
We use a team approach to care that helps patients reach their highest potential. We work together to create a supportive environment and to design a plan of care specifically to meet your individual needs and goals.
Click here to read patient letters about Crichton Inpatient services
HOW CAN WE HELP?
Our team helps patients who have suffered a loss of function due to (but not limited to):
- Brain Injury (both traumatic and non-traumatic)
- Hip Fracture
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Neurological Disorders (Parkinsons, Multiple Sclerosis, Guillan Barre, etc)
- Multiple Traumatic Injury
- Complicated Orthopedic Injury
- Deconditioning or debility as a result of an long illness
The programs, services, highly trained staff and immediate access to the many resources of the Conemaugh Health System gives us the depth and expertise to handle the region's most complicated and complex cases. And as the only rehabilitation center in the region to receive accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), you can rest assured that you or your loved one is receiving care that has met rigorous national standards.
HOW TO MAKE A REFERRAL
Referrals to Crichton Rehabilitation Center can be made by a physician, social service worker or case manager, home health agency, or insurance company. Patients and/or family members may also make a referral.
To make a referral, please call our Admissions Office at (814)534-7900 or (888)488-9988 to arrange for a free on-site or home evaluation. We offer services that are covered by most health insurance carriers. Authorizations by managed care providers/insurance carriers will be required prior to admission.
Crichton Rehabilitation Center promotes an ethical environment and maintains a policy of equal opportunity in the admission, treatment, participation in our programs, services and/or activities or employment of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, religious creed, disability, ancestry, sex, age or sexual orientation.