Patient Resources

**Attend one of our upcoming Rehabilitation Classes throughout Feb. and Mar. 2019.**

  • Cardiovascular Services - If you have a heart condition, your healthcare provider may recommend a cardiac rehab program to help you recover. 
  • Developmental Services - The first years of life are critical to a child’s health and development. Your doctor may recommend comprehensive developmental and behavioral services for your child’s success in school and life.
  • Occupational Therapy - Occupational therapy is a healthcare profession that helps people with physical, developmental, or emotional disabilities lead independent, productive, and satisfying lives.
  • Orthopedic and Spine Center - With the help of your healthcare team, you’ll start rehab right after surgery. The first step is to control pain and swelling. 
  • Outpatient Rehabilitation Services - When you're recovering from an illness, surgery, or injury, you may need outpatient rehabilitation. This means you'll receive one or more types of therapy after you've been discharged from a hospital or clinic. You may go to an outpatient rehabilitation facility. Or, in some cases, treatment may take place in your home. The goal of this rehab is to help you heal and get back to your everyday activities.
  • Palomar Home Health - With a growing trend toward reduced hospital stays, home healthcare is gaining in popularity. While caregivers of the past were generally family members or friends, home healthcare today usually consists of a professional healthcare team working toward a common goal.
  • Patient Financial Services - Getting answers regarding health-care costs and insurance coverage can be complicated and frustrating. Palomar Health wishes to assist you by answering some of the most commonly asked questions and clarifying some of the misconceptions about patient financial responsibility.
  • Skilled Nursing Facility - SNFs are also known as nursing homes, convalescent centers, and rest homes. At SNFs, older adults receive continuous nursing services under the care of a registered nurse or licensed vocational nurse. SNFs can provide more extensive care services than assisted living or residential care facilities. Such services include IV (intravenous fluids), blood pressure monitoring, medicine injections, and care for patients on ventilators. SNFs often provide recreational, rehabilitative, and social programs for residents.
  • Speech Therapy - A speech and language therapist (an expert trained in speech and language rehabilitation) will work closely with the patient and family to help the patient communicate.
  • Wound Health Center - With state-of-the-art treatments available including debridement, dressing selection, special shoes, and patient education, people with non-healing and chronic wounds now have a place to turn.

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