Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan-Taylor Campus

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Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan-Taylor Campus

Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan-Taylor Campus
Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan-Taylor Campus Testing
10000 Telegraph Rd
2nd Floor

Taylor, MI 48180 (806) 853-5821
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Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan – Taylor Campus

Extended Treatment for Complex Medical Conditions

Located on the second floor of the Beaumont Taylor Hospital, Vibra Healthcare’s Taylor Campus provides the community with a convenient resource for long term acute care services. When Beaumont Hospital, or any physicians in the area, are unable to offer a patient’s extended care needs, they refer them to Vibra Healthcare. All of our hospitals are designed to assist patients who may need a prolonged hospital stay. We specialize in treating patients with chronic illnesses and injuries, focusing our care on improving quality of life and helping patients live independently.

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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.

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A Hospital Within a Hospital

Our partnership with Beaumont Hospital allows us to better serve people of Taylor, MI. When a patient of Beaumont requires more than a few days’ worth of treatment, they can be easily transferred to the Vibra Healthcare location without ever leaving hospital grounds. This setup allows our team to speak face to face with any medical professionals who may have been looking after the patient before us and coordinate a treatment strategy. Our patients have access to a wide array of medical experts and technology to help speed up their recovery.

Celebrating Our Patients' Success.

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

  • Dakota W.

    Dakota W.

    Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan-Taylor Campus

    Things hadn't been easy for Dakota Wallen -- and then the car accident happened. The serious crash left Dakota in poor health. He suffered a traumatic brain injury, multiple fractures, and respiratory failure. Dakota faced a long road to recovery. That brought Dakota to Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan - Taylor Campus. Dakota arrived at Vibra requiring a ventilator to breathe and a feeding tube for nutrition. With so much going on, it was difficult for Dakota to participate much in ... Read More

  • Larry D.

    Larry D.

    Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan-Taylor Campus

    Larry Dale was an independent individual. Never married, Larry lived alone and was used to caring for himself. But when Larry's health took a turn for the worse, his independence was in jeopardy. Suffering from respiratory failure, Larry required the support of a ventilator to breathe. Additionally, he needed a feeding tube for nutrition. To liberate from the ventilator and regain his independence, Larry admitted to Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan - Taylor Campus. When Larry ... Read More

  • Charles B.

    Charles B.

    Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan-Taylor Campus

    The stroke that Charles Burley suffered took a serious toll on his health. Unable to eat anything by mouth, Charles required a feeding tube to receive nutrition. He was physically weak and debilitated. He could not walk or care for himself without assistance. To recover, Charles came to Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan - Taylor Campus. Though the work was hard, Charles put in the effort to improve. Fatigue, anxiety and muscle impairments would prove challenging. But nothing was ... Read More

  • Reginald H.

    Reginald H.

    Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan-Taylor Campus

    When Reginald Howard arrived at Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan - Taylor Campus, he faced an uphill battle. Suffering from acute and chronic respiratory failure, Reginald's overall health was poor. In addition to requiring a ventilator to breathe, Reginald's diet was modified due to swallowing concerns. As a result, Reginald required assistance for all mobility and self care activities, also known as activities of daily living (ADLs). Understandably, this also affected his ability ... Read More

  • James P.

    James P.

    Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan-Taylor Campus

    James Purdue came to Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan - Taylor Campus in poor health. Suffering from acute respiratory failure, James required a ventilator to help him breathe. Unable to have any food by mouth, he also required a feeding tube for his nutrition. This all impacted his ability to recover. Initially, James required extended and frequent rest breaks to complete any mobility or self care activities. In addition to the breathing impairments, James was affected by body ... Read More

  • Larry L.

    Larry L.

    Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan-Taylor Campus

    Larry was rushed to a local ER with respiratory distress and chest pain and testing positive for sputum culture, E. Coli, and possible pneumonia. Upon initial assessment by the Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy teams at Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan - Taylor Campus, Larry required assistance for all mobility and activities of daily living (ADLs). Larry quickly demonstrated improvements in bed mobility, transfers, ambulation and all ADLs. A collaborative effort between ... Read More

  • Dennis T.

    Dennis T.

    Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan-Taylor Campus

    Dennis was presented to Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital with shortness of breath. He was managed for acute-on-chronic hypoxic respiratory failure secondary to acute influenza A infection, COPD exacerbation and acute anxiety disorder. Upon initial physical therapy & occupational therapy assessment, he required assistance throughout all mobility, extensive assistance for all activities of daily living (ADLs), and frequent rest breaks to complete all activities, due to poor endurance. Dennis ... Read More

  • Rosa S.

    Rosa S.

    Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan-Taylor Campus

    Rosa was admitted to Beaumont ER with a case of abdominal pain and cramping for 2 days. It was discovered that Rosa had a bowel obstruction. After Rosa’s bowel resection surgery she was admitted to Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan, Taylor Campus. Upon initial assessment, Rosa needed minimal assistance throughout bed mobility, transfers and was unable to ambulate beyond a few steps. Rosa demonstrated motivation and determination throughout her therapy sessions, came to the rehab gym ... Read More