Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Boston

At Spaulding Rehabiliation Hospital Boston, our unique approach to therapy includes use of the resources of our waterfront building and throughout the Boston community – from practicing mobility on different surfaces to rowing on the Little Mystic – to help you develop skills necessary for recovery.

Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission (TJC) and the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, and is licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital is ranked 4th in U.S. News and World Report’s "America's Best Hospitals" survey. Spaulding is the official teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School.

Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital has 4,000 inpatient admissions annually and 140,000 annual outpatient visits.

Spaulding strives to continually update and improve its programs to offer patients the latest, high-quality care through its leading, expert providers. Spaulding has been awarded a Model Systems designation in three specialty areas- Brain Injury, Burn Injury Rehabilitation, and  Spinal Cord Injury - by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research. Acenter of research, Spaulding is home to the Gordon Center for the Cure and Treatment of Paralysis, TBI treatment center for the Red Sox Foundation/ Mass General Hospital Home Base Program as well as conducting over 100 active studies in areas from Parkinson’s Disease to Cerebral Palsy.

No matter what your rehabilitative needs, no matter how challenging your condition, we help you and your loved ones find the strength you need to move forward. It’s our mission and our promise to you.

Remarkable Recoveries
Remarkable Recoveries - Monica's Story

All four of her limbs were amputated after complications following childbirth.

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Spaulding Now Newsletter
Spaulding Now Newsletter

The quarterly publication of Spaulding Rehabilitation Network and the Harvard Medical School Department of Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine.

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