Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne

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Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne

Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne
Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne Testing
2200 Randallia Drive
2nd Floor

Fort Wayne, IN 46805 (260) 225-1060
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Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne

Elevating Patient Care

Long-term acute care is an extended period of hospital care for patients with complex medical needs. Traditional hospitals are not designed to handle this kind of care for long periods, so when their patients require these services they will typically refer them to a long-term care facility like Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne.

We are part of the Vibra Healthcare network, a national long-term acute care and rehabilitation provider. This affiliation provides us with access to cutting edge medical research and technology that allows us to offer cost-effective and streamlined medical services.

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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.

Our Mission & Principles.

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Reducing Patient Readmissions

When patients with extended care needs are discharged from a hospital too early, they all too often end up being readmitted before the year is over. This is damaging to both the patient’s condition and their finances. As an extended care facility, we take the time to thoroughly evaluate a patient’s condition to determine the best treatment plan. A standard hospital accepts patients of various medical needs and therefore needs to facilitate care as quickly as possible so that they can free up room for incoming patients. With our niche focus, we can better address the needs of patients with chronic conditions and ensure that they can safely live independently and without discomfort before recommending their discharge.

Celebrating Our Patients' Success.

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

  • Jenelle W.

    Jenelle W.

    Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne

    Jenelle is a vivacious 69-year-old lady who owns and operates a local antique store. She suddenly suffered a hemorrhagic pontine stroke with respiratory failure on January 22nd. She required intubation and eventually needed a tracheostomy when she failed to wean from the ventilator. She was discharged to a skilled nursing facility on February 2nd for continued care and therapy. She was hospitalized once again from February 15th-18th due to sepsis, a urinary tract infection, and a small ... Read More

  • Robert H.

    Robert H.

    Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne

    Robert is a very pleasant gentleman who was a patient at Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne earlier in 2017 following bypass surgery. On 10/24/17, he was admitted to an acute hospital with osteomyelitis in his right foot. He underwent revision of his transmetatarsal amputation and suffered acute respiratory failure due to opioids. He was then admitted to Vibra Hospital once again for continued wound care and intravenous antibiotics. When Robert arrived at Vibra, he could transfer with contact ... Read More

  • Rex T.

    Rex T.

    Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne

    Rex was initially hospitalized on 12/31/14 with sepsis due to bacteria on his mitral valve. He underwent mitral valve replacement, and then post-operatively, he suffered a stroke which resulted in left side weakness and difficulty swallowing. He was transferred to Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne on 1/23/15 for intravenous antibiotics and therapy. Rex was extremely weak when he was initially evaluated by therapy. He was unable to get out of bed or walk, and he could not eat on his own. In ... Read More

  • Thomas D.

    Thomas D.

    Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne

    Tom is a 73 year old retired principal who loves working with his hands. In fact, he even built his own home. Tom enjoyed exceptionally good health and had never even been in the hospital until this past September. On 9/12/16, Tom experienced a sudden bout of vomiting and severe abdominal pain. He was taken to the hospital where he was diagnosed with gallbladder pancreatitis. He underwent removal of his gallbladder on 9/16/16. Postoperatively, he suffered multiple complications. He ... Read More

  • Rick B.

    Rick B.

    Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne

    Rick arrived at Vibra Hospital on 12/27/16 after a long and complicated hospital course. He was initially hospitalized on 12/9/16 with what was determined to be a cerebrovascular accident in multiple areas of his brain. He required intubation and mechanical ventilation, and he had an acute kidney injury. In addition, he suffered from encephalopathy which was exhibited in his extreme confusion and difficulty following instructions. He was a very sick man. When Rick was evaluated by ... Read More

  • Rhonda C.

    Rhonda C.

    Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne

    Rhonda’s story is truly miraculous. She underwent surgery to remove her gall bladder and to repair a hernia on 1/23/15, and she was discharged to home. On 2/7/15, she returned to the hospital with sepsis, respiratory failure, and acute renal failure. She required multiple surgeries for enterotomy repair and to drain an abdominal abscess. Her hospital course was also complicated by a pulmonary embolism and a deep venous thrombosis in her right leg. She arrived at Vibra Hospital on 3/6/15 ... Read More

  • Max B.

    Max B.

    Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne

    Max is a very pleasant 70 year old gentleman who was admitted to the hospital on 5/10/16 with shortness of breath. He was diagnosed with pneumonia which progressed into respiratory failure with need for intubation and eventually a tracheostomy on 5/23/16. His medical status was made more fragile by history of a kidney transplant in 2008. He arrived at Vibra Hospital on 6/10/16 very sick and weak, but he was very motivated. At the time of his therapy evaluations, Max needed maximum to ... Read More

  • Marilyn W.

    Marilyn W.

    Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne

    Marilyn was admitted to the hospital on 3/8/15 when she developed weakness and respiratory distress with the eventual need for intubation. From the acute care hospital, she came to Vibra Hospital for ventilator weaning, medical management, and therapy. When Marilyn was evaluated by therapy, she needed maximum to total assistance with all functional mobility and activities of daily living. She also could not speak or swallow safely. She was extremely weak and fatigued quickly with any ... Read More

  • Jeff M

    Jeff M

    Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne

    Jeff Mullen is a 42 year old gentleman who had a heart transplant in May of 2015. His recovery was going well until January of this year when he developed problems with rejection and cytomegalovirus. His condition worsened with increasing neurological deficits and paralysis resulting in his need for intubation and ventilator support. At this point, he was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome. His hospital course was further complicated by an incidence in which he had an allergic ... Read More

  • Jana B

    Jana B

    Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne

    Jana was a typical healthy 41 year old wife and mother who worked in a classroom for children with special needs. One day in December of 2014, she began having trouble breathing and was taken to the ER by her husband. Her condition quickly deteriorated as she developed acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), and her lungs quit working. Doctor’s attempted extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), but her carotid artery ruptured. The procedure had to be stopped, and she underwent ... Read More

  • Brigette P.

    Brigette P.

    Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne

    Brigitte is a lovely 73-year-old woman with a beautiful German accent. She was admitted to Vibra Hospital on 11/22/16 after a prolonged hospitalization for aortic valve replacement with post-operative respiratory failure and need for intubation and mechanical ventilation. When she arrived at Vibra, she had been weaned from the ventilator but still required oxygen with her trach mask. She was very weak and discouraged, but she was determined. Physical and occupational therapy evaluated ... Read More