Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

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Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

Vibra Hospital of Sacramento
Vibra Hospital of Sacramento Testing
330 Montrose Drive
Folsom, CA 95630 (916) 634-1666
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Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

Long Term Treatment for Complex Medical Issues

At Vibra Healthcare, we take an aggressive approach to treating complex medical conditions such as complex wounds or kidney failure. Unlike a traditional hospital, which usually discharges patients in under a week, we are designed to treat patients for the long term. We take patients who have been referred to us from hospitals, physicians, insurance companies, case managers, and former patients. By focusing on a targeted group of patients, we do not have the same influx of patients that a hospital does and can afford to continue a person’s care for as long as necessary.

The goal of long term acute care is to help people overcome functional disabilities, manage pain, and live a comfortable, more independent lifestyle. A major problem in the medical field is the number of patients who are readmitted to hospitals for the same issue over and over again. We are committed to ending this epidemic by standing by our patients until we are confident they can live on their own without difficulty.

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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 of Multidisciplinary Specialists

Complex medical conditions often require attention from a variety of medical specialists. In order to meet our patients’ diverse needs, we have a team of pain management specialists, nephrologists, pulmonologists, wound care experts, physical therapists, and more ready to act on a moment’s notice. These knowledgeable medical professionals are experienced in treating patients with conditions that could change at any moment. Our facility is outfitted with state-of-the-art technology that allows us to monitor our patients and respond immediately when something unexpected occurs.

Our medical team’s primary focus will be on helping patients achieve a higher quality of life. We take the time to get to know our patients and learn what aspects of their condition are causing the most discomfort. From there we can build a personalized treatment plan that concentrates on the person rather than the condition.

Celebrating Our Patients' Success.

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

  • Trish F.

    Trish F.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Patricia (Trish), a 50-year-old female, admitted to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento in the beginning of July. She transferred from a local hospital where she received care for a traumatic brain injury. Trish suffered the injury in a head-on motor vehicle collision. She required extraction from her vehicle. Trish also suffered multiple fractures and required intubation for respiratory support. Additionally, she suffered from weakness in her right leg and was unable to move her right arm. ... Read More

  • Pamela B.

    Pamela B.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Pamela, a 61-year-old female, admitted to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento in February. She transferred from an acute care hospital with shortness of breath and a productive cough. She admitted with the following diagnoses: influenza acute respiratory distress syndrome and respiratory failure altered level of consciousness UTI anemia Pamela had a PEG tube placed for nutrition, a ventilator for respiratory support, and two chest tubes. Given that Pamela was, at first, minimally responsive, she ... Read More

  • Gary B.

    Gary B.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Gary, a 65-year-old male, admitted to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento in January after being found unresponsive in the ER at Mercy Medical Center of Redding. Upon arrival at Vibra, Gary was on a ventilator for respiratory support. He was also receiving nutrition through a PEG tube. Gary admitted with the following diagnoses: closed head injury respiratory failure concussion traumatic brain injury At first, Gary was not appropriate for therapy services. He was placed on the RNA program for ... Read More

  • Katie M.

    Katie M.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Katie, a 58-year-old female, was admitted to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento after initially reporting to the ER with complaints of shortness of breath, fever, and chills. She was admitted to our hospital with the following diagnoses: bilateral multilobar pneumonia, Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) on mechanical ventilator support, critical illness myopathy, acute kidney injury, and sepsis. Katie also presented to Vibra with multiple wounds on her face, likely related to being ... Read More

  • Teresa A.

    Teresa A.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Teresa, a 68-year-old female, was admitted with acute respiratory failure secondary to pneumonia. When admitted, she was nonverbal due to her tracheostomy and presented with extreme weakness, dysphagia, and confusion. Teresa had a tracheostomy requiring mechanical ventilation and a PEG tube for nutrition. She required max assistance with two people to sit up on the edge of the bed. Her confusion affected her safety awareness impairing her decision making and participation in therapy. She ... Read More

  • Thomas C.

    Thomas C.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Thomas, a 55-year-old male, was admitted to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento from Mark Twain Medical Center due to confusion and falling off the bed. Upon admission, Thomas had the following primary diagnoses: traumatic brain injury, a history of alcoholism, respiratory failure, metabolic encephalopathy, aspiration pneumonia, anxiety, and a history of drug abuse. Thomas was admitted on a ventilator for respiratory support and was receiving his nutrition from a feeding tube. Once at Vibra, ... Read More

  • Shannon L.

    Shannon L.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Shannon, a 24-year-old female, was admitted to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento's ICU for acute respiratory failure. She arrived with a tracheostomy with ventilator support, three chest tubes, a foley catheter, a PEG tube for nutrition. Upon admission, Shannon began receiving aggressive Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy, while also working together with Respiratory Therapy to wean her from the ventilator. Shannon initially required maximum assistance for bed mobility and transfers to ... Read More

  • Kevin J.

    Kevin J.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Kevin, a 40-year-old male, was admitted to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento after being involved in a motor vehicle accident. He was admitted to our hospital with the following diagnoses: traumatic brain injury, a C7 transverse process fracture, subarachnoid hemorrhage, scalp laceration, pelvic fracture, lung contusion, and dysphagia. He also had multiple falls during his hospital stay due to confusion, agitation, and inconsistent mental status. Kevin was initially on wrist restraints and ... Read More

  • Claude J.

    Claude J.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Claude, a 65-year-old male, was admitted to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento with the following diagnoses: encephalopathy, agitation, respiratory distress, atrial fibrillation, and pulmonary edema. He was admitted to the medical floor on a ventilator and was receiving nutrition through a PEG tube feeding. Claude had an extended hospital stay, complicated by fluctuating respiratory and mental status, on and off restraints, sedation, and inconsistent medical conditions. Initially, Claude was ... Read More

  • Theresa B.

    Theresa B.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Theresa, a 57-year-old female, was admitted following a hospital stay due to a motor vehicle accident. She received multiple fractures, trauma, and presented with respiratory failure requiring a tracheostomy with ventilator support. She was unable to be weaned from the ventilator at the previous facility and was transferred to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento for continued vent weaning and rehabilitation. At the time of her admission, Theresa was on full ventilator support. She required a ... Read More

  • Desheilah H.

    Desheilah H.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Desheilah, a 60-year-old female, was admitted with acute respiratory failure secondary to acute systolic heart failure. When admitted, she presented with extreme weakness, dysphagia, and poor motivation. She had a tracheostomy requiring T-mist and a Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy tube for nutrition. She required max assistance with two people to sit up on the edge of the bed and very fearful during any mobility. Upon admission, she immediately began working with Physical therapy, ... Read More

  • David H.

    David H.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    David, a 65-year-old male, was admitted with acute respiratory failure status post pneumonia and septic shock. When admitted to the hospital, David had a tracheostomy requiring mechanical ventilation and a Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy (PEG) tube for nutrition. He was dependent for all mobility and required frequent rest breaks due to anxiety and inability to maintain an appropriate respiratory rate. David was followed closely by our Pulmonary Medicine Associates (PMA) group, ... Read More

  • Billy A.

    Billy A.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Billy, a 73-year-old male, was admitted with acute respiratory failure following a brainstem stroke. When admitted to the ICU, he presented with right sided weakness and facial droop, dysphagia, dysarthria, and delirium. Billy had a tracheostomy requiring mechanical ventilation and a Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy (PEG) tube for nutrition. He required max assistance with two people to roll left-to-right and sit up on the edge of the bed. He spent several days in the ICU prior to ... Read More

  • Bonnie O.

    Bonnie O.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Bonnie, a 50-year-old female, admitted to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento with a complex medical history. This history included lupus, malnutrition, contractures, and chronic pain. She presented with 24 wounds, both chronic and acute, that our Wound Care team led by Dr. Lee cared for. Upon evaluation, Bonnie's arms and legs were severely contracted. She could not sit up on the side of her bed or transfer to a chair. Bonnie was also very emaciated with a history of malnutrition which ... Read More

  • Phyllis D.

    Phyllis D.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Phyllis, a 59-year-old female, was admitted with acute respiratory failure secondary to acute systolic heart failure. When admitted to the ICU, she presented with extreme weakness, dysphagia, and confusion. Phyllis had a tracheostomy requiring mechanical ventilation and a nasal gastric tube for nutrition. She required max assistance with two people to sit up on the edge of the bed. She spent several days in the ICU where she was weaned off the ventilator, and beginning to participate in ... Read More

  • Pawel S.

    Pawel S.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Pawel, a 37-year-old male, was admitted with acute respiratory failure following an anoxic brain injury. At the time of his admission, Pawel had a tracheostomy and was on full ventilator support. He had difficulty maintaining an alert state for therapies and had limited ability to follow directions or respond appropriately when spoken to. He was very weak and required maximum assistance with two to three people for all mobilization such as rolling left to right or sitting up on the side ... Read More

  • Ora W.

    Ora W.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Ora, a 22-year-old male, was admitted with acute respiratory failure secondary to other complications associated with Prader-willi Syndrome. This syndrome is characterized by hypotonia, growth retardation, and developmental delays. Behavior characteristics included food seeking, tantrums and non compliance during multidisciplinary treatments. When admitted, he presented challenges with behavior along with failure to wean, weight management, glucose stabilization and poor tolerance in ... Read More