As the only Level I Trauma rehabilitation hospital in the Inland Northwest, St. Luke’s is committed to helping patients recover from stroke – the leading cause of adult disability in the U.S.
We thrive on our patients’ success, and it shows: St. Luke’s sends 76 percent of our amazing patients back into the community. Behind each success story is a determined patient, and a team of interdisciplinary therapists committed to helping that patient succeed.
At St. Luke’s, we understand that caregivers are crucial to the recovery process. We pride ourselves on our patient-centered model, which brings families into therapy settings and involves them in setting recovery goals. Our team collaborates regularly with regional and community centers to ensure that every patient who needs care receives it.
Strokes happen in the blink of an eye. Our skilled therapists respond efficiently and effectively to help patients move toward a comprehensive recovery.
Features of our stroke care include:
- Therapy 5-7 days per week
- Support group for stroke survivors
- Contracts with specialty services such as labs, imaging and more
- Collaboration with regional and community centers for services
- Patient-centered model of care
- Access to ongoing support groups for stroke survivors
St. Luke’s provides rehabilitative care for a variety of patients suffering a stroke; however, the most common causes are:
- Ischemic stroke: Blood clots to the brain
- Hemorrhagic stroke: Bleeding in the brain
St. Luke's offers a support group for patients who have suffered from a stroke and their family members and caregivers.
The group meets 3-4 p.m. every third Thursday of the month. Please call the Support Group Hotline: 509-473-6681.