Vibra Hospital of Northern California

Your Trusted Long Term Acute Care & Skilled Nursing Facility

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Vibra Hospital of Northern California

Vibra Hospital of Northern California
Vibra Hospital of Northern California Testing
2801 Eureka Way
Redding, CA 96001 (530) 285-2522
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Welcome to Vibra Healthcare of Northern California

Exceptional Long term Acute Care Medical Services

Located in Redding, Vibra Healthcare of Northern California provides patients with long term acute care, transitional care, and rehabilitation services. At our hospital, patients are given more in-depth attention and treatment than what you will find at a traditional medical center. We treat patients dealing with a variety of medical issues that were referred to us by physicians, case managers, family members, or discharge planners. Hospitals and doctors trust us to continue care for patients that require extended critical care because our facility is equipped with the technology and resources best suited to aid their recovery.

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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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Work With a Team Invested in Your Recovery

From the moment you walk through our doors, you will be greeted by our friendly and capable staff. Our trusted team of physical therapists, physicians, nurses, and medical specialists have devoted their careers to helping people live happy and healthy. We genuinely want to see our patients recover and will be there to support you and your loved ones every step of the way. Feel free to contact us and ask for a tour of our facility to find out for yourself why patients and peers alike consider us “the” choice for long term acute care services.

Celebrating Our Patients' Success.

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

  • Julianna M.

    Julianna M.

    Vibra Hospital of Northern California

    Julianna Merritt arrived to LTAC with a history of IV drug use and a determination that she would not continue down her previous path. From early on, she walked the hallways of the hospital passing the success stories that lined the first floor. She made it her goal that she would one day make it to the wall. With help of our clinical social worker, Jamie Hail, and a strong interdisciplinary team, Mrs. Merritt was able to make a life transformation. We are proud to say, that she is drug ... Read More

  • Kathleen L.

    Kathleen L.

    Vibra Hospital of Northern California

    Kathleen Leskowitz arrived to LTAC ventilator dependent and unable to tolerate even minimal mobility secondary to end stage COPD. However, she also came to LTAC with plenty of determination. With the diagnosis of acute respiratory failure and end stage COPD, the outlook was grim. Day after day, Mrs. Leskowitz fought hard in therapy. At the time of discharge, Mrs. Leskowitz was able to walk with a 4WW with only minimal oxygen support. She is a true testament that hard work and a strong ... Read More

  • Tara B.

    Tara B.

    Vibra Hospital of Northern California

    Tara Burdick arrived to LTAC ventilator dependent, requiring moderate assistance for mobility, and required dialysis three days per week. Day by day, Ms. Burdick worked hard to improve her mobility and ADLs with therapy. Within two weeks of her admission, Ms. Burdick was successfully decannulated. At the time of discharge, Ms. Burdick was ambulating independently with no assistive device and no oxygen support. She was able to perform all ADLs independently and no longer required dialysis. ... Read More

  • Bill D.

    Bill D.

    Vibra Hospital of Northern California

    Bill Diffin arrived to LTAC ventilator dependent, requiring maximal assistance for all mobility, and a determination that he would soon be off the ventilator. Mr. Diffi n pushed hard every day to be better than the day before. With a constant positive attitude and strong interdisciplinary team supporting him, he was able make a remarkable transformation. At time of discharge, Mr. Diffi n was independent with mobility and was able to go home with family support. Thank you, Mr. Diffi n for ... Read More

  • Carrie L.

    Carrie L.

    Vibra Hospital of Northern California

    Carrie Liston-Martin arrived to LTAC completely dependent and requiring mechanical ventilation. After a month of requiring maximal assistance for all mobility and care, Carrieʼs hard work and persistence was paying off. She was decannulated and required only minimal oxygen support. She was able to perform transfers and bed mobility with minimal assistance. Although this was a huge accomplishment, Carrie had bigger goals in mind. Her goal for discharge was to walk out of this hospital. She ... Read More

  • Ramon S.

    Ramon S.

    Vibra Hospital of Northern California

    Ramon Solis arrived to LTAC with a smile on his face and a determination to improve himself. Upon arrival to LTAC, Ramon required maximal assistance for all mobility and care. Each day he had an amazing attitude to be better than the day before. Day by day, Ramon began his amazing transformation. Ramon progressed from maximal assistance for all mobility and care to requiring only minimal assistance. He was discharged to TCU, where he continued to set his goals high. Ramon discharged off ... Read More

  • Josh S.

    Josh S.

    Vibra Hospital of Northern California

    Josh Shook arrived to TCU with an unclear future. Waking up one day, Josh was unable to move his legs. Josh arrived to TCU requiring maximal assistance. With an uncertain future, Josh was not ready to give up. On a daily basis, Joshʼs strong work ethic and persistence to get back to his prior level of function was unwavering. Upon discharge Josh was able to walk with loft stand crutches with minimal assistance. Thank you Josh for consistently pushing not only yourself, but our clinicians ... Read More

  • Denise W.

    Denise W.

    Vibra Hospital of Northern California

    Denise White arrived to LTAC ventilator dependent and requiring maximal assistance for all mobility and care. Her husband stood by her side, hoping for improvement. Her dedication and determination to improve, in conjunction for her husband’s continuous love and support, made her unstoppable. Mrs. White proudly got to discharge off LTAC free of oxygen and able to ambulate and perform self care activities with supervision. This story is a testament to the hard work and dedication of ... Read More

  • Dennis D.

    Dennis D.

    Vibra Hospital of Northern California

    Dennis Donoghue arrived to LTAC in 2016 with literally no good leg to stand on. Mr. Donoghue was status post a hardware infection and amputation. He required maximal assistance with mobility and maximal assistance with all ADLs. Mr. Donoghue also arrived to LTAC with a fighting spirit. After multiple hospital stays between LTAC and TCU, Mr. Donoghue walked out of this hospital with a smile from ear to ear. This story is a testament that hard work, dedication, and a lot of therapy, will ... Read More

  • Peter P.

    Peter P.

    Vibra Hospital of Northern California

    On his initial evaluation, Peter Patridis was asked what his main goal for therapy was. With a gleaming smile, he responded “to ride my motorcycle”. Following a stroke that nearly rendered his entire left side of his body without any function, he learned how to transfer, ambulate, and ultimately ride his motorcycle (with a little modification from a friend). Mr. Patridis fought long and hard to obtain and return to a hobby he truly loved. His dedication to life and fight to never give up ... Read More

  • Harry M.

    Harry M.

    Vibra Hospital of Northern California

    Harry McClureʼs persistence and dedication to return to his prior level of function was unwavering. Mr. McClure suffered from a traumatic brain injury. He arrived to LTAC completely ventilator dependent requiring full assistance for all care. After a short time at our rehabilitation facility, Mr. McClure was ambulating with a walker with minimal assistance. He then suffered a temporal stroke and returned back to dependent assistance. When it appeared that all hope may be lost, Mr. ... Read More