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The Rehabilitation Center monitors data on the quality and efficiency of services. Lourdes welcomes inquiries related to outcomes of our treatment.

As an example of how our data compares to others, Lourdes rehab patients consistently demonstrate functional improvement in shorter inpatient stays which reflects length of stay efficiency. In 2010 Lourdes patients scored a length of stay efficiency of 2.67 compared to the national average of 2.51.

The average treatment at Lourdes in 2010 lasted 11.1 days, compared to the national average of 12.7 days. 73% percent of patients discharged from Lourdes returned home.

For more information about the Lourdes Regional Rehabilitation Center, please call  856-757-3604 or 609-440-7095 (Monday thru Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.).

Lourdes Regional Rehabilitation Center 2012 Outcomes Data

Diagnosis Mix & Average Length of Stay (ALOS)
Category # of Patients ALOS
All Diagnoses 719 9.9 days
Stroke 232 11.7 days
Joint Replacement 91 6.8 days
Hip Fracture 62 9.9 days
Patient Satisfaction

Press Ganey, Inc. is used to summarize inpatient rehab satisfaction surveys and compare responses to 138 other rehab units/hospitals nationwide. Results for 2012 (rounded score out of 100 being the best):

Service Rating
Likelihood of Recommending 90
Physical Therapy 93
Occupational Therapy 90
Speech 85
Rehab Doctor 86
Social Work 85
Quality of Nursing Care 87
Discharge Site
Home 69.9%
Nursing Home 20.5%
Hospital 9.6%
Deaths 0.3%
Average Age

66 years

Gender Split
Male 45.9%
Female 54.1%
Average Days in Acute Care Prior to Rehab Admission

10.3 days

Average Improvement in FIM (Functional Independence Measure) Function During Inpatient Rehab
Ability Lourdes Rehab Nation (Severity Adjusted)*
Total Improvement 20.6 26.9
Improvement after Stroke 17.3 26.0
Improvement after Hip Fracture 22.5 28.7
Improvement after Joint Replacement 25.1 27.3
Improvement after Amputation 14.1 23.8
Eating 0.6 1.0
Grooming 1.2 1.5
Bathing 1.1 1.7
Dressing-Upper Body 1.8 1.8
Dressing-Lower Body 2.5 2.2
Toileting 1.3 2.0
Bladder Management 1.1 1.4
Transfers to Bed or Chair 2.0 2.0
Toilet Transfers 1.5 1.8
Walking 2.5 2.6
Stairs 1.7 1.7
Discharge Level 88.6 91.6

*Data submitted fo rover 15,000 discharges to a national comparative database based on the functional independence measure (FIM), a nationally utilized 7 point rating scale used to rate the independence of rehabilitation inpatients in 18 functional areas. A higher number indicates greater improvement. A discharge level of 100 indicates independence in all areas.

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