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About Us

Elks Rehab Hospital is a not-for-profit hospital dedicated to the physical rehabilitation of patients with stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, and neurological or orthopedic disorders. We offer a continuum of care from acute inpatient rehabilitation therapy to outpatient services. We are widely regarded as the “Dedicated Rehab Experts.”

For over 65 years, our team of board members, physicians, nurses, therapists and support staff have worked together to restore lives after catastrophic events. Our multidisciplinary approach helps individuals reach their goals, return to independent living and rejoin their communities. We provide families with the support and compassion they need to assist in the recovery of loved ones.

At our hospital, part of our mission is to help people “live life to the fullest. “ Please read on for more details and answers to any questions you might have.

Elks Rehab Hospital is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)

Community Health Needs Reporting

As a not for profit healthcare entity, the Elks Rehab System is required to file IRS form 990 each year. The filing includes information related to our finances and the benefits we contribute to the community. For your convenience, we have posted our 990 form alongside our Community Health Needs Assessment and the Community Health Needs Assessment Implementation Plan. These documents are posted as PDF documents and are available to print or download. The documents may be accessed here. Instructions for printing and saving the files are below.

To view our IRS Form 990 Schedule H, please click here.

To view our Community Health Needs Assessment, please click here.

To view our Community Health Needs Assessment Implementation Plan, please click here.

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