If you’re recovering from a life-altering trauma, illness or stroke, Sutter Rehabilitation Institute, an inpatient rehabilitation facility in Roseville, offers intense, individualized care to help you regain your independence. Caring doctors, nurses, therapists and other rehabilitation specialists understand that you have unique needs and are here to help you recover physically, emotionally and socially.
During your stay, you work with our network of specialists to optimize your ability to care for yourself through one-on-one therapy and group treatment. We focus on everyday activities, including bathing, dressing, eating and transferring from one place to another such as from your bed to a wheelchair. If you can put weight on your feet, we also focus on walking and utilize an outdoor therapy area to practice on different types of terrain. We also offer up-to-date robotic rehabilitation technologies, including EksoNR™ exoskeleton and the ZeroG® body-weight support system. Your care team will discuss treatment goals at the start of your stay and will update your goals as you progress.
Sutter Rehabilitation Institute is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for adhering to the highest industry standards of excellence. We are accredited for comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation for adults and adolescents. This could include comprehensive orthopedic injuries and complex medical conditions. In addition, we are CARF accredited for:
- Stroke rehabilitation
- Brain injury rehabilitation (adults and adolescents)
- Spinal cord rehabilitation
- Amputation rehabilitation
- Cancer Rehabilitation
Experienced occupational therapists, speech therapists, physical therapists, registered nurses, neuropsychologists and other skilled specialists work with you and your family through every aspect of your recovery at Sutter Rehabilitation Institute. We are proud that more than 30 percent of our nurses are certified rehabilitation registered nurses.
Our commitment to delivering state-of-the-art intensive rehabilitation care is evident through our patient outcomes. Outcome data proves that our patients do better than the average rehabilitation patient in our region, and even nationally, thanks to our comprehensive care.
To achieve such outcomes, we also offer unique therapy programs that allow you and your loved ones to heal on an emotional and social basis, including:
While most of our patients are adults, we treat adolescents as young as 17 years of age. Adolescents between 15-17 are considered on case by case basis. Our large private rooms allow parents to remain with their child, and therapies include age-appropriate activities to address the teenagers’ unique needs and interests.
About the Sutter Rehabilitation Institute
Our 55,000 square-foot facility was designed with you in mind, featuring specialty beds and equipment to ensure your safety as you progress through recovery. Our transitional apartment for patients and families allows you and your family or other caregivers to practice newly learned skills before going home. Family and caregiver education and support, community resources and support group services are also provided.
Learn more about what you can expect when you become our patient by exploring in-depth information about our services, including:
- Our Facility Design
- Recovery is All About You
- What to Expect During Your Stay
- Rehabilitation Treatment Goals
- Policies and Visitor Information
- What to Bring With You
- Education and Support
- Program Outcome Data
As you consider your rehabilitation care, it’s helpful to understand the differences between receiving care from an inpatient rehabilitation facility versus a skilled nursing facility.
We welcome your questions and encourage you to contact us to learn more. For more information, call (877) 870-2588 or visit our campus at 6 Medical Plaza, Roseville, CA 95661.
Becoming a Patient
To become a patient at Sutter Rehabilitation Institute, you must:
- Be at least 17 years old. Adolescents between 15 and 17 are considered on a case-by-case basis.
- Require frequent access to a rehabilitation physician, who will oversee your medical needs and functional plan of care.
- Require 24-hour rehabilitation nursing.
- Need at least two types of therapy.
- Be able to tolerate a relatively intense therapy program, consisting of at least three hours of therapy per day, five days a week. An individualized schedule will be created for you and will include frequent rest breaks throughout the day.
- Have the ability to achieve rehabilitation goals in a reasonable time period.