- Comfortable, loose fitting clothes suitable for exercise, lying on a mat, or sitting
- Lightweight jacket or sweater
- Shoes with good support for standing, transfers, and walking (tennis or walking shoes)
- Slippers or other comfortable shoes to be worn at bedside
- Comfortable sleeping clothes
- Glasses, dentures, hearing aids
- Personal hygiene and grooming items (razor, toothbrush, make-up, etc.)
- Books, magazines, puzzle books
- Please label all items.
- Patients and family are responsible for their personal laundry.
- Nutrition is important for your health and healing. We strive to offer a variety of great tasting menu items that meet all of your nutritional requirements. Registered dietitians collaborate to plan menus according to the diet prescribed by your doctor. If you doctor changes your diet, we will automatically cancel your previous order and assist you with a new menu. If you have specific questions about your diet or need additional information, your doctor may refer you to a diet technician or registered dietitian.
- Note: If your family has brought in food for you, please check with the Nurse or Dietician to make sure it is appropriate for your diet.
- Guest trays are available for purchase at $4 each.
Breakfast: 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM
Lunch: 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Supper: 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Your room offers many amenities of a home environment including:
- Television with remote
- Telephone with your own direct number
- ADA compliant bathroom
Wireless Internet Access
Disclaimer of Warranties and Limitation of Liability
- The wireless Internet access provided by Sage Rehabilitation is for use free of charge by patients, visitors, and staff only.
- Sage Rehabilitation Hospital provides wireless internet services for your convenience, but does not warrant that this service will be uninterrupted, error-free, or free of viruses or other harmful components.
- Users should be aware that there are security, privacy, and confidentiality risks inherent in wireless communications and technology, and Sage Rehabilitation Hospital does not make any assurance or warranties relating to such risks.
- By using wireless Internet access, a user agrees that Sage Rehabilitation Hospital is not liable for any costs or damages arising from use of this service and Sage Rehabilitation Hospital does not control any materials, information, products, or services on the Internet.
The following guidelines are listed to assist you and your family when planning to visit while you are a patient at Sage Rehabilitation Hospital. We ask that your family consider the following:
- Family involvement is strongly encouraged. At the Patients request, we involve family in training and discharge planning. The Social Worker or the Case Manager will maintain close contact with family members to keep them informed and to schedule any training.
- Check with the Nursing Staff prior to brining in food or drink for the patient. The patient may be on a restrictive diet or have swallowing precautions.
- Check with the Nursing and/or Therapy Staff for therapy schedule times for the patient. We strongly encourage families to visit after therapy hours so that the patient can give complete attention to his/her treatment.
- Children are allowed to visit, with adult supervision at all times, during designated visiting hours only.
- Family education sessions are scheduled by your Nurse or Therapist. This will help prepare the family members for discharge and identify needs prior to the patient going home.
Suggested Visiting Hours
Patients are in the therapy gyms for 2 hours in the morning between 8:00 am and 12:00 pm, and up to 2 hours in the afternoon between 1:00 pm and 4:30 pm. During these hours the patient may not be in their room to receive visitors. Family members are welcome to observe the patient during therapy in the gym areas by invitation.
Monday – Friday: 4:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Saturday: 1:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Sage Rehabilitation Hospital is a pet friendly environment.
- An animal visit can offer entertainment or a welcome distraction from pain.
- Petting encourages the use of hands, arms, and turning.
- If you would like to have your pet visit you while you are in the hospital, please contact your nurse for further information.
- You will be required to sign a pet release of liability form prior to your pet’s visit.
- Remember that you pet is allowed to visit but is not allowed to spend the night.
- The pet must be on a leash while in the facility and is not allowed in the dining area.
Notice of Privacy Practices
A copy of our Notice of Privacy Practices can be downloaded by clicking here … Notice of Privacy Practices.