Welcome to Our Hospital
HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Fort Worth is a 60-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital that offers comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation services designed to return patients to leading active and independent lives.
Our hospital provides a wide range of physical rehabilitation services, a vast network of highly skilled physicians and therapists, and the most innovative equipment and rehabilitation technology, ensuring that all patients have access to the highest quality care. Designed with our patient’s care in mind, HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Fort Worth offers rooms with telephones, wireless internet capabilities and flat screen televisions.
In addition to providing rehabilitation for diagnoses such as brain injury, cardiac, orthopedics and amputations, HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Fort Worth also offers a stroke support group and outpatient pain management.
This 93,000-square-foot hospital serves patients throughout the Tarrant County area and is located at 1212 West Lancaster Avenue in Fort Worth, Texas. Click here for a map and contact information on our location.
Rehabilitation is covered in full or part by most health insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid. The hospital has contracts with most major insurance companies and is willing to negotiate with other companies as needed.
The building that houses HealthSouth Fort Worth was completed on Jan. 29, 1929 in Italian Renaissance architecture, and was originally known as W.I. Cook Memorial Hospital. In 1952, as the polio epidemic spread, the board of trustees voted to begin specializing in the needs of children, changing the name to Cook Children’s Hospital. In the early 1990s, HealthSouth Corporation bought the hospital, which now specializes in inpatient rehabilitation.
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