Phone: (715) 717-4121

Inpatient Rehabilitation

L.E. Phillips Physical Rehabilitation Center

We believe in treating the whole person by addressing the physical, communication, psychosocial and spiritual needs of each individual, and offering the support and services needed to reach your maximum level of independence.

Services provided in the L.E. Phillips Physical Rehabilitation Center, located on the 9th floor of the hospital, include:
  • occupational therapy—helping patients with the business of daily living such as: dressing, bathing, grooming, eating, driving readiness, and home management tasks
  • rehabilitative nursing—helping patients with long-term physical disabilities, or chronic illnesses reach their full potential
  • physical therapy—providing comprehensive care to help patients get back strength and function after an illness or injury
  • speech language pathology—helping patients with communications disorders, as well as problems with swallowing and thinking skills
  • therapeutic recreation—helping patients stay well and gain mobility through recreation
Investing in Patient Care
Through our investment in patient care, our patients can now recover more quickly and safely with the use of our new Bioness Vector motion assistance equipment. This unique fall prevention harness system provides a safe environment for adult and pediatric patients recovering from stroke, amputations, and orthopedic, brain and spinal cord injuries.
The variety and depth of services available here—in one location—is unmatched in the region and offers many benefits:
  • Patients, therapists, nurses and physicians are all located on the same floor, which promotes frequent face-to-face communication.
  • Our rehabilitation teams meet daily to discuss the individual needs of patients.
  • A full range of hospital services such as trauma care, radiology, laboratory and electrodiagnostics are available on the premises.
  • Our therapist- and nurse-to-patient ratio is very high.
  • We offer a comprehensive community reintegration program, led by our therapeutic recreation specialists.
  • We are the only CARF-Accredited inpatient rehabilitation program in western Wisconsin.

Thrill of Victory Award Recipient

Chris Niles was awarded the “Thrill of Victory Award” in July of 2018 by the HSHS Sacred Heart Foundation. Chris is the 11th recipient of this annual award, which recognizes a hospital patient who made an outstanding recovery in his or her health. In this case, Chris survived a severe stroke at age 34. Here’s his rehabilitation story.


For more information, call us at (715) 717-4361