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Kent Hospital
Kent Hospital
Kent Rehabilitation Services
Inpatient Satisfaction and Outcomes


We get you better! Your inpatient rehab program starts the day you are admitted to Kent's Acute Rehab Unit. This gives you a head start on achieving your goals. Patients treated at Kent Rehab demonstrate a 28.96 point functional change from admission to discharge, putting Kent in the top 12 percent in the nation for this outcome measure.

It is not uncommon for our patients to be admitted requiring moderate to maximal assistance with walking, toileting, bathing and dressing. Through an aggressive therapy program, these same patients leave Kent climbing stairs, walking outdoors and cooking, bathing and dressing independently. Kent's patients end with an average functional discharge score of 87.76, putting Kent in the top 5 percent in the country!

*Functional Independence Measures (FIM): Represents the level of independence a patient can achieve for specific activities.

RehabWe get you home, quicker! Nearly every one of our patients state that their number one goal is to return home. At Kent Rehab, we make it our top priority to get patients home safely and as soon as possible. We are pleased to say that we rank in the top 13 percent in the nation with 79.81 percent of our patients returning home. The average length of stay on our unit is 12.7 days, which means we get you home 1.5 days sooner than the rest of the nation.


Patient Satisfaction Results

We are committed to patient and family satisfaction. All families/patients are given an opportunity to complete a satisfaction survey upon leaving our program. The survey questions are rated 1-5 with 5 being the best. The survey is administered by Press-Ganey Surveys. The overall rating of care for the Rehab Unit is in the 90.6 percentile.


Contact Us
Inpatient Rehabilitation Center

455 Toll Gate Road, 4th Floor
Warwick, RI 02886

For referrals, call (401) 736-4658.
Fax: (401) 736-4521

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