The center’s are all brand new, HSS said, and feature a wide range of equipment and services. Access to care, it said, is available with or without a prescription usually within 24 hours.
The first Ivy Rehab HSS center is slated to open in Englewood at 15 Nathaniel Place on Aug. 15.
“This is the first of several Centers of Excellence that Ivy Rehab will open in collaboration with HSS in select markets around the U.S.,” said Erin Kenney, vice president of integrations at Ivy Rehab. “We are incredibly proud to work with HSS to offer paktients an exceptional experience that sets Ivy apart as an industry leader in the outpatient rehabilitation space.”
Michael Rucker, CEO at Ivy Rehab, said the partnership is unique in the physical therapy industry.
“Ivy Rehab clinics are known for demonstrating an unyielding commitment to clinical excellence and creating an exceptional patient experience. By drawing upon the expertise and clinical resources of HSS, we believe that we can further channel the passion and commitment of our teams in providing a truly world-class patient experience at our Centers of Excellence,” Rucker said.
“This partnership will help HSS to make better quality of care more accessible to more people, closer to where they live, work and play,” Louis A. Shapiro, president and chief executive at HSS, said.
Each Ivy Rehab HHS Center of Physical Therapy Excellence will be owned, staffed and managed by Ivy Rehab with clinical training provided by HSS.
“As a clinical advisory partner to Ivy Rehab, we have provided our world-renowned clinical training and professional education offerings to Paul Palestis, the Clinic Director at the Englewood Center of Excellence,” JeMe Cioppa-Mosca, senior vice president of HSS. “All of the Physical Therapy Centers of Excellence that we co-develop with Ivy Rehab will be held to rigorous standards of continued education, patient outcomes, and patient satisfaction.”