The Best at Getting You Better.
At Terrebonne General Health System, our staff's goal is to help you maintain and restore optimal strength and stamina. It’s common for patients who have spent a long time at a hospital to lose function from a physical, cognitive, social, economic, or psychological standpoint. That’s where we come in. We proudly offer physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy, and any or all of these forms of rehabilitation may take an active role in helping you heal so you can return home as quickly and safely as your condition improves.
The mission of the Health and Rehabilitation Center is to provide exceptional patient-centered care to healing and recovery from compassionate professionals.
Goals of the Center
Our services aim to maximize the individual's potential in the restoration of function and help the individual make adjustments through the integration of other services.
The atmosphere of the Health and Rehabilitation Center is warm, open, and supportive. Patients, families, and staff become partners in developing the skills of the patient.
We focus on the individual's abilities rather than disabilities so as not to hinder the purpose of our team approach toward completion of treatment goals.
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You may continue to undergo rehabilitation even after you return home, on an outpatient basis. The Terrebonne General Outpatient Rehabilitation facility is one of only a few facilities to provide all 3 rehabilitative service disciplines (occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech therapy). We evaluate and treat patients with a variety of conditions and treat patients of all ages. We are also partnered with Terrebonne General Community Sports Institute in the evaluation and treatment of sports-related injuries, including concussions.
Outpatient rehabilitation at Terrebonne General:
- Provides a complete, comprehensive assessment of each patient's medical and psychological condition before planning the rehabilitation treatment plan
- Is warm, open, and supportive, and each member of the treatment team, including the patient and their families, become partners in enhancing the skills of the patient
- Focuses on the patient’s abilities rather than their disabilities while working towards completion of treatment goals
Scheduled visiting hours are from 4 to 9 p.m. on weekdays, noon to 9 p.m. on Saturdays, and 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Sundays. Special arrangements can be made for out-of-town visitors or individual circumstances.
On Your First Visit
When you arrive for rehabilitation services, come 15 to 20 minutes before your appointment to complete the required documentation. Bring any significant documents from your physician, including a surgery report or radiology report, if you have one. Bring your list of current medications, and make a note of any allergies, as well as jotting down your medical history. Make sure you have your government-issued ID card(s) and insurance card(s). Wear comfortable clothes to expose the areas being examined and treated, and wear supportive footwear. If the patient is under the age of 18, one or both parents must be present.
Hector A. Linares, MD
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Geoffrey Stone, MD
Christopher E. Cenac, Jr., MD
Nathan Patrick, MD
Brett Casey, MD
Sina Pourtaheri, MD
H. Lawrence Haydel, II, MD
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