Visitation to patients in the Rehabilitation Hospital is allowed for 30
minute visits that must be scheduled in advance. Up to 2 visitors from
the same household may visit per patient. Visits will take place either
outdoors or in a large communal space such as a dining room or activity
room, not in the patient room. All visitors must wear a mask and will
be screened for symptoms upon entrance to the building. A staff member
will supervise each visit to ensure proper mask use and social distancing.
Visitation days are dependent upon the staff availability and may vary
at each campus.
Kaweah Delta Rehabilitation Services & Locations
Tulare County Rehabilitation Services
When you're injured, life just isn't the same. At Kaweah Delta
Rehabilitation Services, we are committed to getting you back to life
as you know it. Whether you are trying to get back on the field following
a sports injury or you're regaining use of your hand following carpel
tunnel surgery, our Kaweah Delta team is here for you.
Our services include:
- 24 hour intensive care for patients who need help overcoming serious disabilities.
Balance & Fall Prevention
- This program assists senior citizens or other patients with balance problems
manage their condition and prevent dangerous falls.
- Learn what you need to do to heal from a wound as fast as possible with
help from knowledgeable medical specialists.
- Some vision problems cannot be remedied with eye glasses or contact lenses.
Here we teach people how to manage vision issues.
- Recovering from a heart attack can be difficult. Learn more about what
your heart can and can't handle through cardiac rehab.
- Managing a chronic lung disease requires a mix of exercise, medication,
and relaxing. In this program you can learn how to better treat the disease.
- Here, specific treatments for a patient's unique brain injury are
created by a team of experts.
Spinal Cord Injuries
- A spinal injury can cause serious damage, and physical therapy is often
required to recover from or manage the condition.
- A stroke can often result in a temporary or permanent disability. Work
to recovery with experienced medical professionals trained in overcoming
- Adjust to an amputation with help from medical professionals who provide
pain management, mobility training, and more.
- Through lymphedema therapy, patients undergo draining and decongestive
therapy. They also learn strategies for preventing a reoccurrence.
Rehabilitation programs are offered at the following locations:
To learn more, call 559-624-3700. We welcome feedback and questions!