Welcome to Vibra
With a management team that has more than a century of combined experience in the development and operation of freestanding Acute Medical Rehabilitation Hospitals (IRF) and Long Term Acute Care (LTAC) hospitals in markets from coast to coast, Vibra Healthcare is uniquely qualified to be a leader in the field of acute rehabilitation and LTAC hospitalization.
What Is a Specialty Acute Care Hospital?
Vibra specialty acute care hospitals (certified as long-term acute care hospitals) are unique in their ability to care for difficult to treat, chronically critically ill patients who require specialized and aggressive goal-directed care over an extended recovery period. Typical patients have multiple co-morbidities, multi organ system failure, and significant loss of independence, most following a traditional hospital stay. Specialty acute care hospitals are licensed as acute care hospitals with additional Medicare certification that supports a length of stay measured in weeks (more than 25 days on average for Medicare patients) as compared to the typical three to five day stay for patients in traditional short-term acute care hospitals. We are consequently unique in our ability to care for critically ill patients who require specialized, aggressive, goal-directed care over an extended recovery period. Specialty acute care hospitals provide long-term acute care (LTAC) to complex medically complex patients who require an extended stay in a hospital setting. When a family is trying to decide which post-acute care setting a family member should go to - a nursing home, a specialty acute care hospital, or an acute rehabilitation hospital - there is one basic question: Does the patient's care need to be directed by a physician (in a specialty acute care hospital), by a nurse (in a nursing facility), or by a rehabilitation team (in an acute rehabilitation hospital)? If a patient needs a doctor ever
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