The Lourdes Otto J. Diller Inpatient Acute Rehabilitation Unit has received a three-year reaccreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). The award from CARF is in the areas of Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs-Hospital (Adults) and Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs-Hospital and Stroke Specialty (Adults). We are also pleased to announce the addition of a new accreditation for the unit in Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs – Hospital (Children and Adolescents). 

“I’m ecstatic at the amazing effort and zeal shown by my team to achieve this reaccreditation,” says Terrance D. Adams, MBA, Director of Orthopedics and Rehab Services, Lourdes Hospital. “This accreditation process is a rigorous one that involves meeting the needs of the persons served through evidence based practices and quality improvement. This is indeed an honor to have CARF’s stamp of approval for providing high quality of care through excellence and service.”

Lourdes accreditation will extend through March 2021. This is the highest level of reaccreditation that a facility can receive.