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.

Doctor Comforting

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.

Our Mission & Principles.

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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.

  • Rosa S.

    Rosa S.

    Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan-Taylor Campus

    Rosa was admitted to Beaumont ER with a case of abdominal pain and cramping for 2 days. It was discovered that Rosa had a bowel obstruction. After Rosa’s bowel resection surgery she was admitted to Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan, Taylor Campus. Upon initial assessment, Rosa needed minimal assistance throughout bed mobility, transfers and was unable to ambulate beyond a few steps. Rosa demonstrated motivation and determination throughout her therapy sessions, came to the rehab gym ... Read More

  • Matthew A.

    Matthew A.

    Vibra Hospital of Richardson

    Matthew is a 53-year-old male who was brought to MRMC with complaints of cardiopulmonary distress. He was later transferred to Vibra Hospital of Richardson for further care and rehab. One of his goals was to go back to his prior level of function. Matthew arrived at Vibra Hospital of Richardson initially dependent in all activities of daily living (ADLs) and functional mobility. Care plans were set up for nursing, respiratory and rehabilitation. Physical therapy, Speech Therapy and ... Read More

  • Shasikala D.

    Shasikala D.

    Vibra Hospital of Richardson

    Mrs. Desai is an 84-year-old female who was brought to Baylor with complaints of cardiopulmonary distress. She was later transferred to Vibra Hospital of Richardson for further care and rehab. One of her goals was to go back to ambulation. When Mrs. Desai arrived at Vibra Hospital of Richardson, she was dependent in all activities of daily living (ADLs) and functional mobility. Care plans were set up for nursing, respiratory and rehabilitation. Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy ... Read More

  • R.A.

    R.A.

    Vibra Specialty Hospital at DeSoto

    Patient R.A. was admitted to Vibra Specialty Hospital of DeSoto after acute care hospitalization. His medical diagnosis was acute respiratory failure. He presented with a trach requiring mechanical ventilation, esophageal placement of PEG tube, and required hemodialysis. Over the course of his hospitalization, he was thought to not be weanable from the ventilator. The determination of the patient to return to his prior level of function paired with his strong family support, allowed him ... Read More

  • J.M.

    J.M.

    Vibra Specialty Hospital at DeSoto

    Patient J.M. admitted to Vibra Specialty Hospital of DeSoto from Baylor. His admitting diagnosis was diskitis. Upon initial evaluation, J.M. was very weak and required increased assistance as well as increased time to perform tasks as a result of his acute hospitalization. J.M. had great support from his wife and was diligent with his rehab process, though his initial progress was slow. Once his pain was better controlled he was able to push himself more. Initially, J.M. required maximum ... Read More

  • Leanne C.

    Leanne C.

    San Joaquin Valley Rehabilitation Hospital

    A few days before Christmas in 2015, Leanne Carr was bitten by a brown recluse spider. That small bite led to her body becoming septic. During the months that followed, she struggled for life as her organs began shutting down. She was only able to survive at the cost of amputations of both arms and both legs. Leanne lost her arms below the elbow and her legs below the knee. During her inpatient stay at San Joaquin Valley Rehabilitation Hospital, Leanne received physical and occupational ... Read More

  • Martin S.

    Martin S.

    Vibra Hospital of Richmond

    Martin Stover was admitted to Vibra Hospital of Richmond for long-term antibiotic therapy and wound care. Months prior to Martin's admission to Vibra, he had suffered a serious orthopedic injury that resulted in a fracture to his right ankle. Multiple procedures were performed and external hardware was placed to the fracture site. Martin, unfortunately, developed a severe infection that settled in his bones and took a toll on his overall health. The physicians at the time ordered 6 weeks ... Read More

  • Sally A.

    Sally A.

    Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Massachusetts

    Sally Aguiar knows how to handle severe medical situations. For more than twenty years, the Southcoast Hospital’s nurse cared for patients with critical illnesses at Charlton Memorial Hospital in Fall River, Massachusetts. So when she became sick — a pneumonia that soon left her with a constellation of troubling medical co-morbidities — it's no surprise that she confronted it head-on. Her unfortunate journey took her from St Anne’s Hospital to Tufts New England Medical Center, where she ... Read More

  • Keith H.

    Keith H.

    San Joaquin Valley Rehabilitation Hospital

    On Mother’s Day, Keith fell and broke his neck, becoming an incomplete quadriplegic just 6 months after retiring from his job of 38 years. After his injury, he experienced an immediate loss of sensation and movement in both legs; his doctor told him he may never walk again. After months of hospitalization, Keith came to San Joaquin Valley Rehabilitation Hospital to begin getting his old life back. “When I arrived at San Joaquin Valley Rehabilitation Hospital, I was determined to work hard ... Read More

  • Brian W.

    Brian W.

    Vibra Hospital of Northwestern Indiana

    49-year-old Brian Wynstra is a hard worker and loving husband to Robyn. The love they have for each other is obvious. In January 2018 they welcomed a new grandson into their world. Brian was on his way home from work, excited to see the new addition to the family when suddenly everybody’s life changed. While at a standstill on the highway, he was rear-ended by a semi-truck going 67 MPH. The impact left Brian trapped in the car. Once freed, he was airlifted to a trauma center. He suffered ... Read More

Care Across the Nation.

With acute medical rehabilitation and long term acute care hospitals from coast to coast, Vibra Healthcare is uniquely qualified as a leader in the field of acute rehabilitation and long term acute care hospitalization.

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