Wayne Memorial offers both inpatient and outpatient physical, occupational and speech therapy with skilled certified therapists.
Outpatient Rehabilitation Services
A full range of rehabilitation services is available including Audiology, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy.
Audiology - Wayne Memorial Hearing Solutions
909 Main Street, Honesdale PA 18431 - 570-253-7323
Outpatient Rehabilitation - Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy.
Route 6 Mall, Honesdale - (570) 253-7322
Stourbridge Mall Outpatient Services - (570) 253-7325
Patients with Parkinson's and other neurological disorders- Brochure: ParkinsonBIG.pdf
Cancer & Lymphedema Rehabilitation Services - OncologyRehab.pdf
Cardiac Rehabilitation is a comprehensive approach to helping individuals with cardiovascular diseases improve the quality of their lives. The purposes of Wayne Memorial Hospital's Cardiac Rehabilitation Program are:
- To increase the functional exercise capacity
- To provide education
- To help patients and their families deal with the emotional aspects of cardiovascular disease
For information, call (570) 253-8253. Brochure: CardiacRehabBrochure.pdf
* 36 session program for people with chronic respiratory problems
* Multi-disciplinary team, including respiratory and physical therapists, registered dieticians and social service workers
* Monday - Wednesday, 7am - 3:30 pm * Tuesday - Thursday 7am - 3:30pm
Good Shepherd-Wayne Memorial Hospital Inpatient Rehabilitation Center
(570) 253-8728 or (570) 253-8731
Patients admitted to the Good Shepherd Inpatient Rehabilitation Center must be strong enough to participate in an intensive rehabilitation program for a minimum of three hours per day at least five days per week. An individualized rehabilitation program designed to enhance function and independence is developed for each patient by a team of specialized rehabilitation professionals.
Patients can be admitted from an acute care hospital, a skilled nursing facility or from home. A potential patient may be referred by calling the Nurse Liaison at the Good Shepherd-Wayne Memorial Inpatient Rehabilitation Center at (570) 253-8728.
Each patient’s evaluation and progress is directed and monitored by a physiatrist and an interdisciplinary team consisting of a primary rehabilitation nurse; physical, occupational and speech therapists; and a social worker. When appropriate, a dietitian and member of the community’s pastoral care network may serve on the team. Pet therapy and independence-building outings are also offered.
How We Can Help
The Good Shepherd -Wayne Memorial Inpatient Rehabilitation Center offers comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation services within Wayne Memorial Hospital. You may be referred to us for an inpatient rehabilitation program by your physician, insurance company, discharge planner/social worker, home health agency, family member or by self-referral. At Good Shepherd-Wayne Memorial Inpatient Rehabilitation Center, we can help you or your loved ones with the following:
Orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions:
- Certain hip and knee replacements
- Major or multiple fractures of the femur, hip, pelvis and upper extremities
- Multiple Trauma
- Severe Arthritis
- Cardiac Disease
- Pulmonary Disease
- Kidney Disease
- General Rehabilitation needs, including deconditioning
Family members and caregivers are an important part of a successful rehabilitation team. Liberal visiting hours encourage family and friends to visit often and take an active role in therapy. Family members are encouraged to accompany patients to therapy sessions so they may learn new skills to help their loved one after returning home.
Transitioning to Outpatient Rehabilitation
Following discharge from the Good Shepherd -Wayne Memorial Inpatient Rehabilitation Center, a patient may return home or to another level of care. Some patient may need continued care after discharge depending on level of function or type of support needed. Our team will coordinate services for outpatient therapy, home health or skilled care. Both Wayne Memorial Health System and Good Shepherd offer outpatient rehabilitation services at more than a dozen convenient locations in eastern Pennsylvania.