Frazier Rehab Institute Outcomes Data
Bringing the Best to You
As our quest to be the best rehab system in America continues, Frazier Rehab Institute is privileged to occupy the most state-of-the-art rehab facility in the country. More important than the amenities we provide, though is the level of care and expertise we provide to the patients who choose Frazier Rehab for their care.
Our experienced team provides services in a wide-variety of rehabilitation programs including, but not limited to: Brain Injury, Movement Disorders, Pediatrics, Spinal Cord Medicine and Stroke Recovery. In addition, Frazier Rehab is the clinical home for the University of Louisville's Movement Disorders Program which has been recognized as a Center of Excellence by the National Parkinson Foundation - the only designation in Kentucky.
In cooperation with the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, Frazier is the nation's lead center for the NeuroRecovery network which brings in activity based therapy to include locomotor training in our community. This clinical and research expertise is delivered with care and compassion by our team, leading to overall inpatient satisfaction scores in the top quartile in 2012.
Patients at Frazier Rehab Institute receive treatment in a positive patient care environment distinguished by:
- 27,000 sq. ft. of space on each floor
- Therapy provided in dedicated gyms on each floor
- Patient rooms with spectacular views of Louisville
- Private baths in each patient room
- Advanced technology including internet access and 42-inch plasma televisions in all patient rooms
We are proud of the services we provide at Frazier Rehab Institute. Please contact us for more information on what pioneering rehabilitative care is all about.
Profile of Our Inpatients
- 1,703 IN 2012
Patient Age (Adult)
- 0 Through 17 Years - 5.2%
- 18 Through 64 Years - 50.7%
- 65 And Older - 44.1%
Breakdown By Diagnosis
- Orthopedic 13.3%
- Stroke 24.8%
- Brain Injury 14.4%
- Spinal Cord 8.8%
- Neurologic 6.6%
- Multiple Trauma 6.6%
- General 7.8%
- Pulmonary 8.9%
- Cardiac 4.9%
- Amputee 3.9%
Length of Stay (days)
- Stroke 16.9
- Orthopedic 10.9
- Brain Injury 15.9
- Spinal Cord 20.4
- Neurologic 15.9
- Pulmonary 11.7
- Cardiac 10.8
83.1 out of 100 for 2012. This means 83% of patients are either very satisfied or completely satisfied with the care they received.
Therapy Per Day
Hours will vary depending on individual program and need. Overall average is 3.6 hours (Brain Injury 3.9 hours; Stroke 4.3 hours; Spinal Cord 4.3 hours)
Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)