Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana opened in January 1992 as one of the few freestanding rehabilitation hospitals in Indiana. RHI is owned by two of the largest, most well-respected healthcare systems in the state: Indiana University Health and St. Vincent Health.
RHI is a specialty based rehabilitation facility where RHI patients work with therapists and nurses trained in the treatment of their particular diagnosis. The majority of our patients return to their home environment after discharge from RHI. Our continuum provides inpatient acute services, and outpatient and vocational rehabilitation services for adults with spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, strokes, amputations, orthopedic conditions, neuromuscular diseases, burns, and other illnesses or injuries resulting in debilitation.
RHI was built for rehabilitation, and that is evident when you visit the scenic campus. RHI’s main campus offers the following amenities:
The Transitional Living Unit (TLU) is a furnished apartment-style living area that allows patients to practice being at home while professional help is readily available. Patients and caregivers will test their skills and build confidence in their abilities while discovering areas for continued improvement.