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    St. Mary Rehab Hospital ranked in top 10% of inpatient rehabilitation facilities in US

    St. Mary Rehabilitation Hospital, a 50-bed acute inpatient rehabilitation hospital located across from the St. Mary Medical Center campus, has announced that for the second consecutive year it ranked in the top 10% of 868 inpatient rehabilitation facilities (IRFs) in the IRF database of Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation (UDSmr) in 2018.

    “We are very proud of the hard work and commitment our staff has shown to providing outstanding inpatient rehabilitation to the members of our community and the greater Philadelphia region. We have been ranked in Top 10% for two consecutive years which is an accomplishment that few rehab hospitals can claim. In addition, we were able to achieve specialty program certifications in Stroke care, Brain Injury care and the treatment of individuals with amputations. We are excited to continue providing excellent rehabilitative care to Buck’s County residents,” said Lisa Haney, Chief Executive Officer of St. Mary Rehabilitation Hospital. 

    “To recognize the efficient and effective care it provides to its patients, we are pleased to present this award to St. Mary Rehabilitation Hospital,” said Troy Hillman, Manager of the Analytical Services Group at UDSMR. “As the creator and caretaker of the nation’s largest database of rehabilitation outcomes, and with over 30 years of experience and data, UDSMR continues working with the industry to establish best practices. Development of the PEM Report Card has served as a tool to identify and recognize high-performing facilities, to work with them to learn how they provide efficient and effective care, and to share what we learn with others to elevate the performance of all. We look forward to working with St. Mary Rehabilitation Hospital and the other top performing facilities across the country that rank in the top 10 percent to improve care in all inpatient rehabilitation facilities.”