NeuLife Rehabilitation today announced that effective March 15, 2017 it will be participating in the Coventry Integrated Network for both inpatient and outpatient treatment. Worker’s compensation clients will now have improved access to NeuLife’s extraordinary specialized rehabilitation programs for catastrophic/complex injuries and illnesses such as traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, amputations, complex orthopedics, stroke and other debilitating conditions.
“This contract improves access to treatment for people in need of specialized rehabilitation in a therapeutic setting after suffering a catastrophic and debilitating injury or illness,” said Robert J. Bunker, Chairman and CEO of NeuLife Rehabilitation. “Through NeuLife’s expert care and programming, this contract opens doors to those in need and provides the opportunity to individuals and their caregivers to lead a productive and fulfilling life.”
“NeuLife is a place where miracles happen every day. This contract enables participating individuals and their caregivers to experience the benefits of NeuLife’s individualized treatment programs that empower them to achieve their full potential” said Lydia Hendrix, NeuLife’s COO. “Network participants can now reap the benefits of quality rehabilitative care in a therapeutic, residential setting.”
Coventry offers care and cost management solutions to employers, carriers and third party administrators including a nationwide network of preferred providers (both professional and facility) for individuals injured at work. NeuLife Rehabilitation is one of the largest residential post-acute rehabilitation programs of its kind. NeuLife specializes in rehabilitation for a wide-range of catastrophic injuries and is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Programs include inpatient general and neurological rehabilitation, behavioral/cognitive therapy, community reintegration and Supported Living.
About NeuLife Rehab
NeuLife is a Residential Post-Acute Care organization specializing in catastrophic rehabilitation for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) and other complex diagnoses. Their program includes Physical, Occupational, Speech, Cognitive, Vocational, Counseling, Dietary, Behavioral Services and more. The NeuLife inpatient rehabilitation facility is situated on 43 beautiful acres in Mount Dora, Florida, and their spacious 60,000 square foot facility offers 54 private suites, each with separate living quarters. These special accommodations include features and amenities similar to those found in luxury hotels. For more information, visit www.NeuLifeRehab.com.
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