Craig Hospital Admissions Video
Neurorehabilitation for your injured workers
Craig Hospital is exclusively dedicated to the neurorehabilitation of people with spinal cord and brain injuries. Each year many injured workers come to Craig for rehabilitation after being injured on the job. Many workers compensation carriers choose Craig Hospital for the rehabilitation of their injured workers because of our functional outcomes. We encourage you to compare our outcomes with any similar institution.
Resources and education for workers compensation professionals
We offer a number of clinical resources for you and your injured workers, as well as for family members and caregivers.
Craig Rehab U is a free online educational and continuing education program for clinicians and rehabilitation professionals, provided by Craig Hospital. Our Workers Compensation Program is dedicated solely to workers compensation professionals.
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Since the 1950's, Craig has worked closely with workers compensation professionals to achieve maximum outcomes. Inpatient admission referrals to Craig Hospital can be made by a physician, clinician, insurance representative, family member or patient. Your referral will be evaluated by our team of experts. To refer a patient for rehabilitation at Craig Hospital, please contact our Admissions Department.
Meet Our Admissions Director
Laura Brown, Director of Admissions
Laura Brown, RN, BSN, is the Director of Admissions. Laura has worked in the field of Spinal Cord Injury and Brain Injury Rehabilitation for 21 years, as a nurse in ICU, Rehabilitation, and Outpatient Services, a Manager, and a Clinical Liaison. Laura came to Craig in 2014 after working at Shepherd Center for the past ten years.
Programs Geared Toward Functional Independence
Craig Hospital offers a number of programs and classes for patients aimed at maximizing independence, like driving and adaptive transportation, community reintegration, and assistive technology.
Between 2010 and 2014, Craig Hospital’s overall average of 91% discharges directly to home following rehabilitation greatly exceeded the national average. Home placement results in superior long-term functional patient outcomes and savings. Our clinical management staff work closely with patients and their families to make sure that they have their needs met upon returning home, including home adaptations, assistant needs, medications and doctors visits.
In the past 5 years, we have seen patients from all 50 states