Post Acute Care Rehabiliation (PACR) Program
Toronto Grace is committed to providing compassionate, patient-focused care and services to all individuals who require our help. Our values of dignity and respect have equipped us to be leaders in PACR. TGHC provides care for individuals with multifaceted chronic diseases who require post-acute care rehabilitation. Our 20-bed program provides quality and integrated care for patients in post-acute care rehabilitation: those who are recovering from orthopedic surgery, hip and other fractures; those with medically complex conditions and post-stroke complications affecting motor skills; and those who have suffered stroke and neurological issues.
This includes patients who require deconditioning as a result of prolonged hospitalization and the frail elderly. As part of the Total Joint Network Hip Fracture Integrated Model of Care and the Total Joint Network, patients who are admitted to this service have experienced a hip fracture with or without surgery.
At TGHC we take a team approach to your health care. Our dedicated team of rehabilitation experts includes a Physician, skilled Rehab Nurses (registered and practical), Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist, Rehab Assistants, Speech Language Pathologist, Communication Disorders’ Assistant, Recreation Therapist, Social Worker, Chaplain and Clinical Dietitian.
A central therapy room is located on the main level of the hospital to support an integrated rehabilitation therapy plan.
Accommodation and associated costs (please note that all associated costs are subject to change).
- Preferred accommodation: private room – $75.00/day; semi-private room – $43.00/day.
- Television: $76/month; telephone; telephone: $32/month
- Parking: reduced rates for visitors with in/out passes
Off-site treatments (laboratory, diagnostic, surgical) and appointments (fracture clinic, specialists) may not be available at Toronto Grace. When necessary, the care team will arrange your treatment at another health care facility.
Patients who become acutely ill and require emergency care will be sent to the closest health care facility. A nurse will place a 911 call for an ambulance transfer and provide treatment as ordered by the physician until the ambulance arrives.
What should I bring for my inpatient stay?
Ontario Health Card.
Health insurance information.
Comfortable clothing for therapy: running/supportive shoes, shorts, T-shirt); personal items (pajamas, bathrobe, slippers – non-skid); toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, shaving supplies, shampoo, bath soap), dressing aids where applicable.
At TGHC we cannot accept responsibility for lost, stolen or damaged items. We advise that you do not bring large amounts of cash, jewelry or other valuables.TOP