Kindred Hospital New Jersey - Rahway

Kindred Hospital New Jersey - Rahway
Kindred Hospital New Jersey - Rahway 865 Stone St Rahway, NJ 07065
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Kindred Hospital New Jersey - Rahway

Kindred Hospital New Jersey - Rahway is a 34-bed transitional care hospital providing specialized long-term acute care to medically complex patients requiring continued care and extended recovery time. Our hospital is certified by Medicare and accredited by The Joint Commission. We are a satellite facility of Kindred Hospital New Jersey - Morris County. Our service area includes Middlesex, Somerset and Union counties. We specialize in the treatment of patients requiring mechanical ventilation and treatment of pulmonary disease as well as other medically complex illnesses.
Primary Specialty

Hospital

Services Kindred Hospital provides aggressive, specialized care to patients who need extended hospital stays. Our patients have serious medical conditions, often many at the same time, requiring a coordinated, specialized approach, directed by physicians, to meet their daily medical needs.

Our patients are medically complex and often need an array of medical services. We provide care through an interdisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, rehabilitation and respiratory therapists and other support staff. Kindred has experience and expertise in a wide variety of care including:

-pulmonary care (ventilator management and weaning)
-complex wound care
-rehabilitation (transitional or subacute care)
-dialysis
-IV antibiotic therapy
-pain management
Additional Services Long Term Acute Care
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Recent Reviews
Staff very professional and caring
It has been an experience. This is the first time for me to leave my house for a long period. I was admitted in JFK for 21 days. I had a really bad infection in my knee which required me to have surgery to clear the infection. I've been admitted in Kindred hospital started January 10, 2017. My first day was difficult, but things did get better. I want to thank Dr. Czyzewski , Dr. Dunn and Dr. Rathnakumar for managing all my medical issues. Felicia who arrange for my discharge and made sure I had all I needed. Maria F (patient rep) was very supportive and a lovable person. Chris ( nurse manager) came over everyday to ensure that everything was going well. I want to thank Ray(pt) and Luella (OT) for teaching me how to walk again. I appreciate what Mitch has done for me. Jessie, Angie, Rene, Sharon, Marie L, Debbie A, Linda (supervisor)and all the others that I can't remember, THANK YOU my very best to all and please continue doing what you do.
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