Transitional Care and Rehabilitation

Shorten the road to recovery at Lincoln Hospital Transitional Care & Rehabilitation

What is Transitional Care?

When acute care hospitalization is no longer necessary, but a patient is not physically able to function at home, TCU is a positive intermediary step for rehabilitation. Transitional Care is needed in these situations…

  • Recovery from major surgery, joint replacement, vascular or abdominal procedures
  • Repeated hospitalization
  • Recovery after major accident or stroke
  • Pain Management
  • Wound Management for injuries which are not healing or need special care
  • Nutritional Therapy including tube feeding
  • Chronic Disease Management such as Parkinson’s
  • IV Therapy

Your rehabilitation team includes:

  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Activities & Recreational Therapy
  • Massage Therapy available on site
  • Nutritional consultation with Registered Dietitian
  • Social Services

All TCU patients have full access to Lincoln Hospital services. Because of our smaller size, Lincoln Hospital has a very high nurse-to-patient ratio so our patients get ample amounts of personal care. Acute Care services include…

  • 24-hour ER
  • Radiology
  • Lab
  • Surgeon available

To talk to a medical professional about whether Lincoln Hospital Transitional Care is right for you, call 509.725.7101.