The Rehabilitation service is comprised of:
- 40 rehabilitation beds at Robina
- 32 rehabilitation beds at GCUH
- Specialist Mobile (In reach) Rehabilitation Assessment Team
- Community Rehabilitation Program
- Outpatient services.
RH2S: 20 bed rehabilitation unit – stroke, neurological and orthopaedics
RH2E: 20 bed general rehabilitation unit – stroke, neurological and orthopaedics.
Gold Coast University Hospital
C5E: 28 bed neurological rehabilitation unit
C5W: 4 beds located within the Neurology unit – stroke rehabilitation
Rehabilitation Assessment Team: A multidisciplinary team providing assessment and commence rehabilitation intervention in the acute setting prior to the patient being either transferred to a designated rehabilitation bed or discharged home with the support of the Community Rehabilitation Program or other community based service.
Community Rehabilitation program provides a multidisciplinary community based rehabilitation program, delivered in the patient’s home or at the Robina Health Precinct. The benefits of providing rehabilitation care in the patient’s home include that people tend to be happier in their own environment and more likely to engage in rehabilitation exercises (e.g. walking, stair climbing) and social activity.
Rehabilitation outpatient services are provided through medical clinics, allied health ambulatory care services and specialist rehabilitation services at Robina Health Precinct, GCUH and some other community sites.