By HCO Staff
INVERNESS, Colo.—Reunion Rehabilitation Hospitals, a new system of inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, announced the recent grand opening of its Inverness location. Reunion Rehabilitation Hospitals care for patients with debilitating illnesses and injuries, such as stroke and brain injury, as well as other complex neurological and orthopedic conditions.
Reunion CEO Lonnie Martinez worked with rehabilitation physicians, specialized rehabilitation nurses, physical, occupational, and speech therapists, and hospital support team members to begin preparation for the Inverness Reunion Rehabilitation Hospital opening. Martinez said that he is grateful to belong to a “culture where people are inspired to put forth their best effort and are excited to meet new possibilities” within the Inverness community.
Reunion Inverness will use innovative technologies and therapies to offer superior and individualized care to patients that need rehabilitative support. The Inverness location has 40 private patient suites, two large hi-tech therapy gyms, and an outdoor courtyard for relaxation and therapy activities, as well as large common rooms and an on-site café for family and friend visitation. This mindful and unique design emblemizes Reunion Rehabilitation Hospitals’ dedication to upholding a high standard of personalized care for all patients.
For Martinez, this personalized care extends far beyond a patient’s recovery journey. He wants to know about his patients “hobbies, what they do for fun, what motivates them, [and] who their family is,” because, like the rest of the Inverness team, he believes that each patient’s rehabilitation journey is just as unique as they are.
Reunion Rehabilitation Hospitals is a group of hospitals developed by Reunion IRF, a partnership between America Development & Investments and Brandon Holdings to develop and operate inpatient rehabilitation facilities in select markets across the United States.