A complete approach
Located at Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center, Legacy Rehabilitation Institute of Oregon (RIO) is an inpatient rehabilitation facility offering the highest level of care available.
We offer patients and their families a complete approach –– round-the-clock medical and rehabilitation services in a caring environment, as well as therapy, skills training and counseling –– all in one location. That approach offers an extra level of care that sets us apart from other programs.
What is RIO?
Under the direction of doctors who specialize in rehabilitation (known as physiatrists), we create a personalized plan to best meet our patients’ needs that includes goals and a target date for discharge. Each week, the team meets to review and revise the plan to get the best possible results. Family members and patients are an important part of the team.
Legacy Rehabilitation Institute of Oregon was the first in the state to coordinate job training, counseling, and physical and occupational therapies in the same location. This coordinated approach remains the foundation for the positive results our patients enjoy.
Our team at RIO can help patients through a range of conditions, including:
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Brain injury
- Multiple sclerosis
- Multiple trauma
Why choose RIO?
Patients and families may have many options for rehabilitation care. The levels of care and expertise of the staff varies within these programs. Understanding these differences can help you make the right choice.
As an inpatient rehabilitation facility, RIO offers the highest level of care available. A 2014 study shows that patients treated at a medical rehabilitation facility such as RIO on average had better long-term results than those treated at a skilled nursing home.
The study found that patients at an inpatient rehabilitation facility:
Go here to read the full report. Also, see Making the Right Decision about Rehabilitation Care from the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses (ARN).
Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center
1015 N.W. 22nd Ave.
Portland, OR 97210
503-413-6931 or 1-800-621-6446