FORT WORTH, Texas — Texas Rehabilitation Hospital received a three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) — an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services — for its impatient rehabilitation and stroke specialty programs for adults. Texas Rehabilitation received the accreditation through its commitment to continuous improvement and meeting international standards of quality with a focus on optimal outcomes for their patients and sustained organizational success.
To achieve accreditation, an organization must commit to quality improvement, focus on the unique needs of each person the provider serves, and monitor the results of services. An onsite survey confirms that the organization meets a series of rigorous and internationally recognized CARF standards.
“Texas Rehabilitation Hospital is pleased to be the only rehabilitation hospital in Fort Worth to achieve both CARF accreditations for inpatient rehabilitation and stroke specialization. We look forward to providing our expertise in quality rehabilitation and healthcare services to the patients and families of Fort Worth and its surrounding cities,” said Russ Bailey, chief executive officer of Texas Rehabilitation Hospital.
CARF is evidence that the hospital strives to improve efficiency, fiscal health and service delivery — creating a foundation for continuous quality improvement and patient satisfaction.
About Texas Rehabilitation Hospital Texas Rehabilitation Hospital is a 50-bed acute rehabilitation hospital in the Fort Worth medical district designed for patients recovering from major illnesses, traumas or surgeries. Specialized treatment programs are offered for patients recovering from stroke, brain injury, neurological conditions, trauma, spinal cord injury, amputation and orthopedic injury.
Texas Health Resources and Nashville-based Centerre Healthcare Corp. developed the 59,000-square-foot facility.