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Care New England Inpatient Rehabilitation
A Kent Hospital Facility
455 Toll Gate Road
Warwick, RI 02886
P: (401) 736-4658
Care New England Outpatient Rehabilitation | East Greenwich
A Kent Hospital Facility
1351 South County Trail Building 2, Suite 200A
East Greenwich, RI 02818
P: (401) 886-4650
Care New England Outpatient Rehabilitation | Pawtucket
Care New England Medical Group Primary Care and Specialty Services
A Kent Hospital Facility
111 Brewster Street
Pawtucket, RI 02860
P: (401) 729-2316
Care New England Pediatric Rehabilitation | Pawtucket
Care New England Medical Group Primary Care and Specialty Services
A Kent Hospital Facility
111 Brewster Street
Pawtucket, RI 02860
P: (401) 729-2316

Our rehabilitation executive director, Lucas Davis, OTR/L, is specially trained in rehabilitation and will coordinate your overall treatment program and oversee the efforts of the rehab team. In inpatient rehab, you will have daily access to a physician.

Our rehabilitation nurses will you around-the-clock personal care and are highly knowledgeable in the field of rehabilitation. Our nurses are a resource for any question you or your family may have about your recovery.

Physical therapists will teach you exercise that may help improve your balance, strength, and mobility. Movement is the focus of physical therapy. If necessary, physical therapists also will instruct on safe and correct use of mobility devices (walkers, canes, braces, artificial limbs, etc.), safe transfers from the bed to the chair to a toilet, as well as using stairs and wheelchair if applicable.

Physical therapists also work with patients to decrease pain and improve strength, endurance, balance, and range of motion. Your therapist will inquire about your lifestyle and your regular activities and restore as much movement as possible to get you back to your routine and hobbies.

Occupational therapists help patients become more independent by teaching new ways to perform life tasks, including bathing, dressing, eating, preparing food, or brushing one’s hair. The goal is to help you improve the ways your perform living after illness, injury, or surgery. Occupational therapists may train you in the use of adaptive equipment that will help you perform these daily activities. Occupational therapists are also responsible for performing home safety evaluations to ensure maximum safety and functionality after discharge when deemed necessary.

Speech-language pathologists, also known as speech therapists, will assess and treat your communication, memory, hearing, problem solving, and reasoning skills. The focus of speech therapy is improving speech-language expression, comprehension, and oral motor skills for accurate speech production and safe eating. Speech-language pathologists evaluate and treat any problems with swallowing and eating.