MOUNT DORA, FL, January 4, 2017– NeuLife Rehabilitation is proud to announce that they have received three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). NeuLife was surveyed in November 2016, and awarded accreditation for their Residential Rehabilitation and Brain Injury Rehab Programs.
“This achievement is a reflection of our dedication and commitment to providing the highest quality of care to the patients we serve,” said Robert Bunker, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of NeuLife. “I’m incredibly proud of our interdisciplinary team of clinicians and administrators. We strive to provide exceptional rehabilitation for patients that have experienced a catastrophic injury through our Post-Acute Neuro and Spinal Rehabilitation Programs.”
CARF accreditation is an internationally recognized benchmark indicator of quality services in the rehabilitation industry. This three-year renewable accreditation serves as a validation of NeuLife’s dedication to its patients by continually improving services, implementing state-of-the-art technologies and adherence to strict quality and safety standards.
“CARF accreditation is the “gold seal” of rehabilitation practice, and this achievement is a reflection of the proven outcomes we’re continuously achieving through evidence-based practice,” said Lydia Hendrix, RN, BSN, MS, CRRN, Chief Operating Officer of NeuLife. “In order to receive accreditation, facilities are evaluated against rigorous criteria. NeuLife met and exceeded the strict standards of performance.”
Accreditation is awarded following thorough internal examination and an on-site inspection conducted by expert practitioners selected by CARF. During the survey, the provider must demonstrate compliance to a series of rigorous and internationally recognized CARF standards. Following approval of CARF accreditation, NeuLife must report ongoing improvements to programs and services as evidence of continual improvement.
About NeuLifeRehab & CARF International
NeuLife is a Residential Post-Acute Care organization specializing in catastrophic rehabilitation for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) and other complex diagnoses. Their program includes Physical, Occupational, Speech, Cognitive, Vocational, Counseling, Dietary, Behavioral Services and more. The NeuLife inpatient rehabilitation facility is situated on 43 beautiful acres in Mount Dora, Florida, and their spacious 80,000 square foot facility offers 54 private suites, each with separate living quarters. These special accommodations include features and amenities similar to those found in luxury hotels. For more information, visit www.NeuLifeRehab.com.
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