MetroHealth Rehabilitation Institute
Established in 1953 as one of only six hospitals in the nation dedicated solely to rehabilitation.
About UsWe are in the forefront of innovation and discovery that attracts research participants, clinicians and scientists from across the globe. Learn More
Patient CareOur nurses, social workers, physical and occupational therapists, and speech and language pathologists provide a network of specialized care. Learn More
ResearchWe believe that research is a critical gateway to outstanding patient care, engaging in multiple ongoing research projects led by our physicians and scientists. Learn More
Caring for Our Community and Our Nation
As one of our nation’s ﬁrst hospitals dedicated solely to rehabilitation, the mission of MetroHealth Rehabilitation Institute is to restore function, social participation and quality of life to persons with signiﬁcant disabilities. Our approach delivers outstanding rehabilitation care, trains the next generation of rehabilitation clinicians and scientists, and discovers new knowledge that becomes part of our standard of care.
We treat the most complex rehabilitation patients in the region, many of whom are admitted through our Level I Adult Trauma Center and Adult and Pediatric Burn Center, and Joint Commission Comprehensive Stroke Center. Our premier Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency Program; Spinal Cord Injury, Brain Injury and Pain Medicine Fellowships; and post-doctoral Research Fellowship provide outstanding training for our future physicians and scientists. In partnership with Case Western Reserve University and the Louis Stokes Cleveland Veterans Affairs Medical Center, we are in the forefront of innovation and discovery that attracts research participants, clinicians and scientists from across the nation and internationally.
We look forward to working with you as we serve the northern Ohio community and the nation.
Convenient hours offered Monday through Friday, including evenings and select Saturdays.
- Outpatient appointments for adults and children, call 216-778-4414.
Designed to help adults and children who have functional limitations or pain due to disease or injury, but who aren't in the hospital right now.
- Inpatient services or admission for adults and children 13 years and older, call 216-778-3776.
Provides advanced care for adults and children (13 years and older) recovering from serious medical conditions, including spinal cord injury, brain injury, stroke, orthopedic concerns, trauma or surgery.