Spinal Cord Injury Program at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Boston
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Boston (SRH) collects and reports information on the results achieved by our patients. This allows our staff to compare the functional improvement of SRH Spinal Cord Injury Program patients to similar patients across the nation.
Patients Served by Diagnosis
SRH provides expert care for multiple Rehabilitation Impairment Categories.
Functional Improvement Quality Measures
Multiple metrics are used to determine patient improvement throughout their inpatient stay. Patients are scored on their admission and again at discharge in the categories of Self-Care and Mobility, which includes multiple skills and abilities as shown in the graphic below. The improvements are measured by the change in score for both and can be compared with similar rehabilitation facilities. Higher scores are better.
Therapy services are provided at a minimum of 15 hours per week (900 minutes over a rolling 7-day week from admission). All patients receive 24-hour physician and rehab nursing care.
Source: Uniform Data Systems (UDS) (2022).
At Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Boston (SRH), satisfaction with your experience is a high priority. SRH seeks patient feedback to continually improve the patient experience. Patients are surveyed just after discharge and again at 90 days to find out how they are functioning after leaving SRH. Higher scores are better.
Sources: MedTel Outcomes LLC (2022); NRC Health (2022).