Covid 19

Bacharach Institute for Rehabilitation in Galloway is Open for In-Patient and Outpatient Care

What is and is not open in health care is a question that has arisen since the COVID-19 crisis hit the State of New Jersey in March. Inpatient care at Bacharach Rehab in Pomona and its network of outpatient therapy centers are open and ready to welcome you. All precautions needed to adhere to stringent state and federal guidelines have been put in place.

 

“While some of our operational procedures have changed to ensure the safety of our patients and staff, we are fully operational and assisting patients with their in-patient therapy, rehab physician and outpatient needs,” said Dr. Richard Kathrins, Bacharach’s CEO and President. “We recognize and understand that some elected surgeries were put on the back burner due to COVID, but the rehab needs of patients recovering from illnesses, trauma or debility must continue and has continued here at Bacharach.”

 

Kathrins also noted that our health care team follows all CDC guidelines including monitoring temperatures, symptoms, and travel. Staff and patients also wear appropriate personal protective equipment at all times. We continue to follow strict guidelines for cleaning and ensure that patients and staff are socially distanced in the treatment areas and in their offices.

 

Bacharach is one of the region’s most awarded acute medical rehabilitation hospitals specializing in stroke, spinal cord injury, brain injury, cardiac rehab, sports medicine, physical therapy and more. Bacharach’s Renaissance Pavilion is ranked among America’s Best Nursing Homes by U.S. News and World report for short-term rehabilitation.

 

In addition, Bacharach’s Klinghoffer Center in Galloway features state-of-the-art robotic equipment not offered anywhere else in the region. Enhanced neurological recovery has been shown to occur after repetitive patterning with these devices. Using robotic innovations, therapists help patients perform many more repetitions than can be performed using conventional therapy. Studies show that outcomes are substantially better than conventional therapy and that benefits are sustained over time.

 

“Our highly recognized internal resources and our extensive network of therapy centers provide Bacharach patients with the best care around,” Kathrins continued. “We encourage anyone seeking therapy to contact us so we can design a custom care plan to fit your needs.”

 

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