The average length of stay ranges from 10-14 days, after which services for home health, outpatient therapy, and follow-up appointments are coordinated based on the continued care needs. Patients and their care partners are encouraged to be actively involved in care planning during their stay and training for ongoing patient needs after discharge. It is the goal for patients to be discharged back to their home in the community at their highest level of function possible.
Patients are assessed for admission on a referral basis. Please call Conway Regional Rehabilitation Hospital at 501-932-3500 and request a patient liaison for information and assistance.
Common Admission Diagnosis:
- Stroke Recovery Program
- Spinal cord injuries
- Multiple trauma / fractures
- Above or below knee amputations
- Femoral neck hip fractures
- Trauma/non-traumatic brain injuries
- Critical illness myopathies
- Neurological disorders (such as Parkinson's disease)
CMS (Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services) has mandated that all hospitals post their payer specific negotiated rates online.
Conway Regional Rehab only provides inpatient services. Inpatient rehab hospitals are reimbursed differently than regular inpatient hospitals. Medicare and similar insurances pay rehab hospitals based on Case Mix Group (CMG) codes, which categorizes a patient according to the primary diagnosis, functional level and age. And each CMG code has an average length of stay (LOS). Other payers pay a flat rate per day.
Click here to see or download information regarding Conway Regional Rehab’s typical reimbursement by payer.
Patients are accepted to Conway Regional Rehabilitation Hospital on a referral basis. Please call 501-932-3500, and ask for a patient liaison for assistance.