Vibra Hospital of Richardson

Your Trusted Long Term Acute Care & Inpatient Services

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Vibra Hospital of Richardson

Vibra Hospital of Richardson
Vibra Hospital of Richardson Testing
401 West Campbell Road
Suite 300

Richardson, TX 75080 (210) 941-4886
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Vibra Hospital of Richardson

Proficient Long Term Acute Care & Inpatient Services

Our medical professionals at Vibra Hospital of Richardson strive to provide all our patients with effective, personalized, and compassionate medical services. As a long term acute care (LTAC) hospital, our high-quality healthcare services are a good match for individuals suffering from chronic or catastrophic medical conditions.

Our care teams, comprised of a wide variety medical professionals, coordinate with one another on a daily basis to figure out the best options for diagnosing and treating our patients. You can sleep well at night knowing the trustworthy and knowledgeable doctors at Vibra Hospital of Richardson are working to treat you.

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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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Personalized & Compassionate Healthcare

You will be able to notice the difference between us and other hospitals from the moment you walk through our front doors. That’s because our friendly and caring attitude is evident in all the work that we do. Our comprehensive treatment plans are custom designed for each patient to treat the problem in its entirety, not just its symptoms. These proficient and well-informed plans are part of the reason why we are one of the top ranked LTAC hospitals in the United States.

As a patient at Vibra Hospital of Richardson, you may be assigned a full care team to manage your every medical need. Your team may consist of a doctor, occupational or physical therapist, nurse, dietitian, pharmacist, psychiatrist, specialty physician, and more. When you are in critical condition or have a chronic ailment, you want the highest quality of care for your problem. Our doctors and staff work hard around the clock to ensure all our patients get the high-quality care they need and deserve.

Celebrating Our Patients' Success.

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

  • 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

  • Tamyra J.

    Tamyra J.

    Vibra Hospital of Richardson

    When 50 year old Tamyra Jones was transferred to Vibra Hospital of Richmond from Sentara Obici Hospital in Suffolk Virginia, she had been treated for heart failure, pneumonia and acute respiratory failure. Tamyra was unaware that her initial complaint of shortness of breath a few days earlier would lead to further respiratory complications that would last for months. During that initial hospital course Tamyra’s respiratory status continued to worsen and she ultimately required ventilator ... Read More