Vibra Healthcare

Getting You Back to Better

Since 2004, Vibra Healthcare has been helping patients all across the nation with their medical problems. We strive to provide all our patients with effective, personalized, and compassionate medical services. Our medical professionals are highly trained, extensively experienced, and exceedingly skilled at what they do. We work hard to ensure our patients get the high-quality, cost-effective medical services they need and deserve.

At Vibra Healthcare, we put patient experience and satisfaction first. We want to make sure you are happy and comfortable when you are in the care of our medical professionals. To help achieve that goal, we will answer all of your questions and address all of your concerns before proceeding forward with treatment. Our knowledgeable faculty and staff take the time to explain complex medical terms in easy to understand language so that you know why treatment is recommended and what it should accomplish.

Proficient & Personalized Medical Services

While our primary services revolve around long term acute care and inpatient rehabilitation, we offer a vast range of different healthcare options. These services vary from location to location, so please be sure to look at which of our hospitals is closest to you and which services we offer in that specific area.

Vibra Healthcare’s medical professionals provide every patient with personalized care and attention. No two people are the same; even if you have the same condition as another patient, your medical history and health goals play a significant role in how your treatment plays out. We make it our goal to connect with each individual on a personal level.

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Elevating Patient Care.

We determine the best extended care option for our patients.

Our team is well-versed in the latest techniques in long term care.

We are determined to raise the standard of patient care.

Our facilities are constantly pursuing a higher level of service excellence.

We are always seeking strategic opportunities for growth within the industry.

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What Sets Us Apart

When people hear “long term acute care”, they tend to think of nursing homes or skilled nursing facilities. However, that is not at all what we are. We are a comprehensive healthcare provider with locations across the United States. We care for medically-complex patients who require an extended stay and additional medical attention. Our unique facilities have the ability to provide patients with services that typical acute care or general hospitals cannot offer. With an average length of stay for our patients of 25 days, we will get you back to better.

We are always innovating the healthcare experience and looking for new way to deliver high quality treatments. Regardless of your type of medical problem, our experienced and knowledgeable doctors can help you figure out the best options for moving forward.

Celebrating Our Patients' Success.

Read some of our patients' stories of their experience with the Vibra Healthcare team.

  • Richard B.

    Richard B.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain brought 66-year-old Richard Berndt to Mercy San Juan Medical Center. An abdominal CT scan showed ischemic colitis and Richard had become septic. Ischemic colitis is a painful condition that occurs when blood flow to the large intestine is reduced, restricting proper oxygenation. Richard underwent an initial surgery and given a diverting colostomy, a wound vac, PEG tube for nutrition, and intubated for respiratory failure. Two more surgeries were ... Read More

  • Luke G.

    Luke G.

    Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan-Taylor Campus

    For the past twelve years, Luke Granberry has been a proud member of the Detroit Police Department. Before joining the force, he spent a dozen years in the Detroit Public School System. Luke is an active member of the community and enjoys spending time with his family. But respiratory failure put that all at risk. Luke arrived at Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan - Taylor Campus on a ventilator. In addition to the ventilator, he depended on a feeding tube for nutritional support. ... Read More

  • Juan G.

    Juan G.

    Highlands Rehabilitation Hospital

    Suffering a stroke puts you at greater risk of having a second one. In the United States, about 25% of strokes are recurrent , meaning the patient had a stroke previously. That's what happened to Juan Gonzalez. Recently, Juan returned to an independent level following his first stroke last year. No longer requiring any assistive devices, Juan also resumed driving. Then came stroke number two. The stroke left Juan with left-sided facial droop and slurred speech, as well as cognitive, ... Read More

  • Aprile P.

    Aprile P.

    Southern Kentucky Rehabilitation Hospital

    Sometimes we encounter moments that are so significant, that they impact us for the rest of our lives. And many times, they happen without any warning at all. That is exactly what happened to Aprile Patton. At only 42-years-old, Aprile unexpectedly suffered a major stroke. The stroke robbed Aprile of her independence and almost took her life. In critical condition at TriStar Skyline Medical Center's ICU, she fought for her life. After five weeks at Skyline, Aprile became stable enough to ... Read More

  • Lilian

    Lilian

    Vibra Hospital of Denver

    As a former CNA, Lilian understands the seriousness of the Covid-19 pandemic. But when she tested positive for the virus, she experienced it first-hand. Lilian's condition was life-threatening. Confused and facing a long road to recovery, Lilian came to Vibra Hospital of Denver . She arrived on eight liters of oxygen, extremely weak, and unable to walk more than five feet. This made Lilian a high fall risk. Her therapist educated Lilian on using the call light rather than moving in her ... Read More

  • John M.

    John M.

    Gateway Rehabilitation Hospital

    John Mann is a survivor. Not only has he beaten a stroke and cancer, but he also defeated Covid-19. The staff at Gateway Rehabilitation Hospital have taken to calling him "Super Mann." It's a moniker that's more than fitting for John. After a lengthy and complicated hospitalization, Super Mann needed rehabilitation. The combination of Covid-19, pneumonia, and a stroke had taken its toll on him. He chose Gateway for his rehabilitation and is glad he did. "The therapists at Gateway took ... Read More

  • Larry P.

    Larry P.

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Rancho Mirage

    The day Larry Pflieger suffered a stroke was an otherwise typical day. He went about his normal routine until that evening. That's when Larry noticed weakness on his left side. He called 9-1-1 and was taken to Eisenhower Medical Center. After a thorough workup, doctors confirmed Larry suffered a stroke . Larry spent about a week at Eisenhower. During that time, his condition stabilized. Larry was ready for the next step of his recovery: inpatient rehabilitation. Larry lived a busy, full ... Read More

  • Jim W.

    Jim W.

    Ballard Rehabilitation Hospital

    In San Bernardino for business, Jim Wall began having chest pain on his left side. He described it as a sharp pain, radiating to his left upper arm. Jim also experienced dizziness and shortness of breath. But he didn't go to the hospital right away. Two days later, Jim noticed some numbness in his face that persisted for about 15 minutes. Having suffered transient ischemic attacks in the past, Jim recognized the feeling. Though he'd been doing quite well since the TIAs -- independent and ... Read More

  • Emily

    Emily

    Vibra Hospital of Denver

    Most people know respiratory syncytial virus by its initials, RSV. Though RSV most often affects infants, adults can also contract the virus. RSV is a common and very contagious respiratory tract infection. And for Emily, it was life-threatening. When Emily, 27, was hospitalized with RSV, she underwent a tracheostomy and was placed on a ventilator. She came to Vibra Hospital of Denver with five chest tubes, a trach, feeding tube, and no voice. The goal was for Emily to wean from the ... Read More

  • Rich S.

    Rich S.

    Vibra Hospital of Fargo

    To say Richard Sundberg's trip to New Mexico didn't go as planned would be an understatement. While there, he began to experience shortness of breath. Rich went to a local emergency room and was placed on a ventilator. Doctors performed tests to determine the cause. Rich tested positive for human metapneumovirus (hMPV) and legionella. He also developed acute renal failure during his stay. Once Rich had stabilized enough to leave New Mexico, he admitted to Vibra Hospital of Fargo . Rich ... Read More

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