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.

  • Wade T.

    Wade T.

    Southern Kentucky Rehabilitation Hospital

    When we are sick, we’re all the same. We want to know what is wrong with us and what needs to happen to make us well again. This is exactly what occurred to Wade T. earlier this year. But unfortunately for Wade, for the first several months of his illness, his exact condition went unidentified. This resulted in the delay of the correct treatment regiment being administered. Wade’s symptoms started shortly after the passing of his mother. He had gone to make funeral arrangements and ... Read More

  • Matthew H.

    Matthew H.

    Vibra Hospital of Denver

    Matthew H. admitted to University Hospital after an unfortunate motorcycle accident. He suffered significant neurological damage in the crash with numerous intracranial hemorrhages. After progressing at University Hospital, Matthew admitted to Vibra Hospital of Denver for the next stage of his recovery. At the time of admission, doctors evaluated Matthew. In addition to his traumatic brain injury, he arrived with a tracheostomy and PEG tube placed. An individualized plan of care was ... Read More

  • Ruth S.

    Ruth S.

    Vibra Hospital of Charleston

    "You did two steps today!" Maureen, PTA exclaimed excitedly in the gym. With labored breath, 32-year-old Ruth Steinbraker sat and rested, a giant smile creasing her face. After a moment, Ruthie -- as her mother, Sarah, calls her -- continued her physical therapy, walking around the gym and stepping on-and-off an elevated pad. Under Ruth's chin rests a piece of gauze covering the wound from her tracheostomy, recently removed. "Even up to a couple of weeks ago, I can't believe just how far ... Read More

  • Gary R.

    Gary R.

    Southern Indiana Rehabilitation Hospital

    Gary Reynolds spent his days working 30-40 hours per week assisting patients prior to cataract surgery. Along with his day job, Gary spent long hours cutting down trees in the heat of the summer. One long-awaited Friday off, Gary headed to LaGrange to visit family. During the drive, he began to feel sick. He felt like he was coming down with a virus or inner ear infection. Gary and his brother-in-law decided to take a ride in the country during his visit. Gary recalls the trouble he had ... Read More

  • Steven S.

    Steven S.

    Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan-Taylor Campus

    Since undergoing a bilateral kidney transplant in 2000, life was wonderful for Steven Shileikis. Steven was living life to the fullest alongside his wife and son. That was, at least, until those kidneys started to fail. The failure of Steven's kidney transplant -- nearly 20 years after the life-saving surgery -- was devastating. Having been independent for so long, Steven was now hooked up to all kinds of machines keeping him alive. A ventilator breathed for Steven while he was fed from a ... Read More

  • John D.

    John D.

    Vibra Hospital of Fargo

    Can you imagine the struggle and fear of having experienced a life-altering illness or event? The unknown, the speculation of possible outcomes, the fear of not recovering would be overwhelming. What if you had no concept of what was happening to you? That is what happened to John. It was a normal day when John collapsed with a torn aorta. He received life-saving medical interventions and was rushed to the hospital. John underwent invasive procedures to resuscitate him and save his life, ... Read More

  • Sharon R.

    Sharon R.

    San Joaquin Valley Rehabilitation Hospital

    Sharon, a retired nurse, kept herself busy. She stayed active by doing the things she loved - shopping, spending time with her husband and family, and taking occasional trips to the mountains. During an enjoyable stay at Shaver Lake, Sharon had an accidental fall while reaching for her bed. “I was returning from the bathroom at 2:00 am, reached for the bed, and nearly missed it,” explained Sharon. “I was barely hanging on to the mattress-topper when I started to slowly slide down to the ... Read More

  • Elaine P.

    Elaine P.

    Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan-Taylor Campus

    A deacon in her church, Elaine Parker was an active individual. But that changed dramatically when chronic respiratory failure caused Elaine to be placed on a ventilator. To wean from the ventilator, Elaine came to Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan - Taylor Campus. When she arrived, Elaine also required a feeding tube for nutritional support, due to an impairment with her swallowing reflexes. Elaine faced a difficult road to recovery. But Elaine had a lot of support on that road. ... Read More

  • Mary J.

    Mary J.

    Highlands Rehabilitation Hospital

    Mary Johnsen is a very pleasant 93-year-old lady who lives alone at home. One day, Mary fell and struck her head. Brought to the emergency room at The Hospitals of Providence Sierra Campus, Mary was found to be hypoxic with leukocytosis. She was admitted to THOP Sierra for respiratory failure. As a result of her illnesses, Mary's functional mobility was impaired. She also struggled with activities of daily living (ADLs). To address these deficiencies, Mary transferred to Highlands ... Read More

  • Judy B.

    Judy B.

    Vibra Hospital of Denver

    On her way home from shopping with her husband, Judy's life changed dramatically. Judy suffered a spontaneous intracranial hemorrhage, or bleeding inside the skull, resulting in respiratory failure. Judy admitted to a local hospital, where surgery was performed. Unable to breathe on her own, Judy was placed on a ventilator. To wean from the ventilator, Judy transferred to Vibra Hospital of Denver. Judy's doctors recommended Vibra because of their stellar respiratory therapy outcomes. ... Read More

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