Saint Luke's Rehabilitation Institute
This one-of-a-kind facility reimagines rehabilitation care for the 21st century with leading-edge technology and personalized treatment in a comfortable space close to home.
The experts at Saint Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute, located on the Saint Luke's South Hospital campus, guide patients along their journey to recovery in the only comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation hospital of its kind in the Kansas City region—all while keeping them close to their homes and families.
From inpatient to outpatient rehabilitation, our goal is simple: help patients gain back their independence. While treatments and outcomes depend on the patient, we offer a range of specialized rehabilitation services and are among the national leaders in several areas.
Saint Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute is on the east side of the Saint Luke’s South Hospital campus in Overland Park, Kansas, near many hotels, restaurants, and other amenities.
The Saint Luke’s difference
At the Rehabilitation Institute, our recovery outcomes match or exceed those of world-renowned facilities.
- Discharge-to-home rate higher than regional average across stroke, brain, and spinal cord injuries.
- Patient self-care improvement higher than national average for stroke, amputations, brain and spinal cord injuries.
- 2021 Guardian of Excellence Award® winner by Press Ganey, which recognizes organizations in the 95th percentile or above in patient experience.
Patients work with a consistent care team throughout their stay to ensure comfort and continuity of care. After assessing the patient’s needs, abilities, and goals, our experts create a care plan tailored to each patient. We offer:
- Suite of 17 advanced-tech robotic devices
- World-class 100,000-square-foot facility close to home
- One-to-one individualized therapy
- One primary physiatrist and therapist working with you throughout your stay
- Gyms and communal areas for music, art, and other recreational therapies
- Sixty private rooms, as well as apartment-style rooms, to help patients learn to navigate in real-world environments
- An 11,000-square-foot outdoor garden featuring many different surfaces for patients to navigate and various terrain for mobility training
- Personalized plans that include medication, appropriate therapies, and psychological and emotional support from both professionals and peers