Adventist Hinsdale Hospital, Marianjoy announce partnership

Patients with acute physical rehabilitation needs now can undergo inpatient treatment close to home thanks to a new partnership between Adventist Hinsdale Hospital and Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital. Announced today, the cooperative effort unites two organizations with similar holistic approaches to rehabilitative patient care for a variety of conditions in multiple settings.

Marianjoy will manage Adventist Hinsdale Hospital's Adventist Paulson Rehabilitation Unit, a 21-bed transitional care unit for patients who require intensive therapy. Led by Lynn Wagner, nursing director of medical, surgical and rehabilitation services, the rehab team at Adventist Hinsdale Hospital includes accomplished rehabilitation nurses and physical, occupational and speech therapists. Under the new arrangement, the Marianjoy Medical Group, a network of board-certified physiatrists who specialize in physical medicine and rehabilitation, will provide leadership at the hospital under the direction of Dr. Andrew Lueder.

"To be able to bring this caliber of care to the community is phenomenal," said David L. Crane, president and chief executive officer of Adventist Hinsdale Hospital. "With our similar values and mission, Adventist Hinsdale Hospital and Marianjoy now can collaborate to help patients achieve their rehabilitation goals."

Marianjoy is nationally recognized for its exceptional and compassionate rehabilitative health care, as well as its clinical excellence and expertise in physical medicine and rehabilitation for adults and children.

"Marianjoy takes pride in this partnership with Adventist Hinsdale Hospital, which has been designated as a primary stroke center by the Joint Commission," said Kathleen Yosko, president and chief executive officer of Marianjoy. "Together, we believe this partnership will position us to provide superior care to patients with complex rehabilitation needs within Adventist Midwest Health."

Adventist Midwest Health offers comprehensive rehabilitation therapy options. Since 1987, Adventist Hinsdale Hospital's inpatient rehabilitation unit has been certified by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services. The unit offers 24-hour nursing rehabilitation services, therapy sessions seven days a week with a therapy gym located on the nursing unit, speech pathology, therapeutic recreation, social services and physical and occupational therapy. Upon discharge, additional services such as outpatient therapy and home health services are available.

In 2009, Adventist Hinsdale Hospital was certified as a primary stroke center by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. This coveted achievement, known as the "gold standard" in treatment of stroke patients, is based on the hospital's ability to provide safe, high-quality care, treatment and services to patients experiencing strokes.

For more than 100 years, Adventist Hinsdale Hospital has provided superior health care with Christian compassion to residents of the western suburbs of Chicago. The hospital is committed to delivering whole-person care by creating an environment that promotes comfort and healing. Adventist Hinsdale Hospital's team of physicians, nurses and staff are dedicated to bringing the finest medicine to the community. Adventist Hinsdale Hospital, 120 N. Oak St., Hinsdale, is the only teaching acute hospital in DuPage County. Many of the medical staff members hold teaching positions at Chicago's premier medical schools and academic medical centers, and participate in medical research studies and clinical trials. For more information, visit

As a leader in rehabilitative therapies, Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital is a 120-bed all private room hospital dedicated to the delivery of physical medicine and rehabilitation. Marianjoy specializes in treating brain injury, strokes, musculoskeletal conditions, spinal cord injuries, pediatrics and neuromuscular disorders. Marianjoy maintains an extensive network of inpatient, subacute and outpatient sites and physician clinics throughout the Chicago area. For more information, visit


Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital


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