Vibra can now take short stay patients with chronic conditions and admit patients directly from Emergency Room, physician offices and SNF facilities.
We can defeat readmissions and manage chronic care patients.
Vibra Hospital of Northern California is an 88-bed hospital specializing in Long Term Acute Care (LTAC), Transitional Care Unit (TCU), and Outpatient Rehabilitation (OR).
In partnership with local hospitals, we have determined there is an ongoing need for both long term acute care and transitional care in our region. In fact, we are the only LTAC facility between Folsom, CA and Portland, OR. We serve as an important resource to families struggling with the need to travel in support of their loved ones as they recover from surgery or cope with an extended acute illness.
Our LTAC programs include a comprehensive pulmonary protocol in which a board certified pulmonologist and critical care physician oversee the program as our medical director. Another service line component is the Complex Wound Management Program. A multidisciplinary team including physicians with experience in wound management and specialized training direct the care.
In addition, our TCU team is focused on orthopedic and neurological conditions requiring rehabilitation.
We welcome you to tour our state-of-the-art facility and discover for yourself why we are "the" choice for physicians in post acute care.
LTAC's serve patients with medically complex conditions requiring extended hospitalization in an acute care setting. Many of the patients are admitted directly from short stay hospital intensive care units or medical/surgical floors with respiratory ventilator dependent or other complex medical conditions.
Licensed as an acute care hospital, LTAC's differ from chronic care settings in that they focus on treating critically ill or high acquity patients in an intensive way using specialized treatment programs geared to the patient's illness and requirements. The goal is medical recovery and return to home and family.
Pulmonary hygiene/secretion management and respiratory support:
Intensive wound care program
Long term IV antibiotic therapy
Infectious disease management
Transitional Care Unit (TCU)
The Transitional Care Unit (TCU) is the bridge between the acute hospital setting and home care for patients with a wide array of rehabilitation and medical needs. Our setting provides an expanded continuum of services not typically provided for in Skilled Nursing Facilities
TCU Programs and Services
Outpatient Physical Rehabilitation Program
Our Outpatient Neurological and Orthopedic Physical Rehabilitation program offers hour-long one-on-one evaluations with a licensed therapist. Our professional staff emphasizes self-management skills and home program instruction with the potential to progress to an independent gym or pool program in our facility after discharge.
Vertigo, Dizziness and Balance Services