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We can assist you in your transition home.

Cleveland Area Hospital’s Swing Bed Program helps you transition your recovery from the hospital back to your own home by offering goal oriented, continuity of care. The Swing Bed Program is a short-term care solution that brings together a team of providers, nurses, therapists, nutrition, and social workers to help you meet your recovery goals.
Swing Bed allows patients to ‘swing’ their care from acute care to skilled nursing and rehabilitation services as an inpatient right here at our hospital facility. It replaces the need for transferring a recovering patient out of the community to a nursing home or rehabilitation center for skilled inpatient care. We know it can take some time to recover from illness, stroke, injury or surgery and we want to help.

Swing Bed can benefit many patients and may include but is not limited to:

  • Physical, occupational, and speech therapy 

  • Respiratory Therapy including CPAP & BiPAP, trach/vent management

  • IV Antibiotic therapy

  • Wound care that includes daily evaluation and treatment by skilled healthcare workers including wound VACs

  • Restorative nursing, procedures such as ostomy training, or diabetic education

  • Rehabilitation therapy after a stroke (CVA)

  • Therapy for debilitation/weakness

  • Physical Therapy: Our team of physical therapists work to rehabilitate your injuries, build strength, prevent falls, and assist in your recovery. They will help you resume regular life activities such as walking, exercising, building strength, increasing flexibility, and maintaining your balance.

  • Occupational Therapy: Occupational therapists will work with you to restore daily living skills such as bathing, dressing, grooming, cooking, and basic housekeeping so you can take care of yourself again.

  • Speech Therapy: Our speech therapists will help you recover your communication skills such as expressing your thoughts orally, reading, and safe swallowing practices.

  • Case Management and Social Work: Our Case Manager and Social Worker will help you and your family connect with the resources and services you need during your stay and after you are discharged.

Questions? Feel free to call 918-358-2501 and ask to speak to our case manager, Peggy Compton or click the link below to request a call from her.

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