A Community Collaboration Between IU Health and St. Vincent


Referring A Patient to RHI

Patients must be referred by a physician for treatment at RHI.

 

INPATIENT ADMISSION REFERRAL

 

Most RHI patients are admitted from a hospital upon discharge.
If you wish to receive treatment from RHI, please contact your hospital’s discharge coordinator who will contact admissions.
A Clinical Liaison from RHI will visit you to discuss your needs and determine if RHI is right for you.

 

WORKERS COMPENSATION INFO

 

RHI welcomes patients covered by workers’ compensation in our inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation programs. The patient’s case manager will facilitate communication with the patient’s insurance, including worker’s compensation. Please contact us at 37-329-2000 for more information.

 

DIRECT INPATIENT ADMISSION

 

Direct inpatient admission is a program for individuals who have recently suffered a loss of function due to either a known condition or a specific diagnosis.

 

Qualifying conditions for RHI’s Direct Inpatient Admission include:

  • Parkinson’s Disease or a movement disorder
  • Gait disorders due to a specific diagnosis
  • Recurring falls due to a specific diagnosis
  • Multiple Sclerosis flare-up with diminished function
  • Post-Polio Syndrome
  • Spacticity
  • Other diagnoses as determined on a case-by-case basis