Laurel Square Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center offers an expansive subacute rehabilitation programin a warm and homelike environment where every resident is treated as family. We are committed to providing the highest standards of excellence to expedite your recovery.
Our Subacute Rehabilitation Program helps bridge the transition from hospital to home for individuals recovering from surgery or illness. Staffed by expert therapists, our dynamic team implements the latest technology, equipment and therapy options to maximize your recovery.
Our subacute rehabilitation program includes:
- Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy offered 7 days a week
- Interdisciplinary Care Plan tailored to each individual
- Expansive Gym stocked with the Latest Equipment
- Comprehensive Discharge Planning
- We specialize in treating a variety of conditions and diagnoses, including:
- Post-operative Joint Replacements
- Neurologic & Stroke Recovery
- Cardiac Care
- Swallowing Disorders
- Communication Disorders
- Balance Disorders
At Laurel Square Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center, we believe that all of our Oak Lane residents, their family members, and our team of professionals are special. We strive to help you get healthy and happy.
Contact us today at 215-224- 9898 to discuss effective subacute rehabilitation!
Oak Lane is a neighborhood at the northern end of the North Philadelphia planning district of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This area of Philadelphia was first settled in 1683 as William Penn’s first neighborhood. In the late 19th century, this area was considered a resort. A walk through the section between 65th Ave. and 69th Ave. East of Broad Street will reveal a multitude of architectural styles, especially along Oak Lane itself. Artist Chuck Connelly has painted portraits of some of Oak Lane’s admirable houses and posted pictures of his paintings on his website.
Oak Lane Resources:
Germantown Historical Society – The Germantown Historical Society is an educational and research center dedicated to preserving and interpreting the history of the original German Township in northwest Philadelphia and surrounding areas.
La Salle University Art Museum – The La Salle University Art Museum acquires, preserves and exhibits its collections, and offers viewers an opportunity to sharpen their aesthetic perception and to investigate the interrelationships which emerge between art and other disciplines.
Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society – PAWS is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving Philadelphia’s homeless, abandoned, and unwanted animals.