Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

MISSISSIPPI METHODIST REHAB CTR

1350 E WOODROW WILSON DR, JACKSON, MS 39216
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3.5 / 5 from Google Places Reviews
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About MISSISSIPPI METHODIST REHAB CTR

1350 E WOODROW WILSON DR
JACKSON, MS 39216

Methodist Rehabilitation Center provides comprehensive medical rehabilitation programs for people with spinal cord and brain injuries, stroke and other neurological ...

Mississippi Methodist Rehab Ctr is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Hinds County, MS.

Mississippi Methodist Rehab Ctr does not have an emergency room. They do not use electronic medical records.

Mississippi Methodist Rehab Ctr is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday 830 AM – 500 PM
Tuesday 830 AM – 500 PM
Wednesday 830 AM – 500 PM
Thursday 830 AM – 500 PM
Friday 830 AM – 500 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

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Reviews

Great staff. Therapists and nurses. Well pleased. All staff from each department were caring and compassionate. Made the stay easier given the circumstances. (5 months ago)

Worst nightmare for my dad & us as his caregivers. Physical Therapists were great but not impressed with nursing staff. Neurologist said there would be little change of mobility & he would need long term care. We had him moved & he has full mobility as of today & at home with his wife of 64 yrs. He is 85 yrs old. (7 months ago)

They were a great staff and very friendly that is the DAY SHIFT. The nurses and cna's were remarkable during the day. My therapist made sure I got out of bed every day. The night shift Needs serious help--- 1 nurse for 12 patients and I had to ask for a bath. Two beautiful ladies gave me a bath and they were CNA's thank God they came. Needs some serious help. My loved ones would stay with me needs help really bad. (7 months ago)

The therapy was hard, but they did what I needed!!! The therapists were wonderful. I was dreading going after the amputation of my right leg, but I am so glad I did!!! Thanks to my OT and PT's! You know who you are!!!! (10 months ago)

My husband's stay there was anything but helpful, in fact it was extremely awful. Therapy was good, but everything else was substandard. He went in with stroke issues, i.e. Memory and loss of eyesight, which he also left with, in addition to a huge open ulcer (sore) as a result of complete neglect on nursing staff. He had assistance getting dressed including his socks, and this ulcer was so noticable, I don't understand why it was ignored. He didn't know it was there as he doesn't have a lot of feeling in his feet so he couldn't tell anyone. So I brought him home Thurs and had to take him back to dr Fri, and then to wound care, which we continue to go once a week. He has enough to contend with trying to adjust to the loss of some sight, he didn't need to pay for staff's incompetence. While the center was highly recommended, I would never recommend it, and would encourage to go elsewhere. (a year ago)

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