Did you know you can choose where you recover after a surgery, hospitalization or medical event—and most Medicare plans cover it? Make sure to specify Asbury Health & Rehabilitation Center at Aldersgate when preparing for your discharge.
Because not all short-term rehabilitation centers are created equal.
Where you choose to recover can make a difference in how long it takes to get back to living a life you love and the level of functionality you regain. Moreover, we believe environment plays an important role in healing. You’ll find our newly built 140,000 sq. ft. rehabilitation center to be the ideal place with private and semi-private rooms. Located on a park-like campus, you’ll have full access to the community and our life-enrichment options. Asbury also offers some of the most advanced equipment.
A transitional multidisciplinary rehabilitation plan to move you forward.
Most importantly, you’ll need a short-term rehabilitation team that understands your treatment plan. Our Asbury Health & Rehabilitation Center team members can facilitate short-term rehabilitation through physical, occupational and speech therapy. Plus, with one of the best team member-to-patient ratios in the state of North Carolina, you can count on attentive, personal service and pampering from the finest team members in the industry.
The full continuum of care, all in one place.
Our dedicated staff is among the finest in the industry. Patients receive visits by a board-certified internal medicine physician and ongoing care by a team of registered and licensed practical nurses. Therapies include occupational, speech and physical—including aquatic. In fact, our new HydroWorx indoor therapy pool offers advanced technologies that measurably contribute to positive patient outcomes. Of course, our expansive campus makes horticultural therapy a natural choice. Beyond the “work” is the “play.” We consider life-enrichment options to be a vital part of our commitment to holistic wellness. Our goal is to help you regain function and get back home as soon as possible.
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Asbury has had three deficiency-free infection control surveys by the Department of Health and Human Services.