Kaiser Rehabilitation Center

When Stroke Strikes – Rehab at 48

Ted Cole’s life changed overnight. Friday, May 2, 2014, he went to bed more tired than usual. “He hadn’t slept well for two nights and I thought he was worn out tired, because he was still talking fine – he just sounded tired,” recalls his wife Pam. Ted, 48, finishes her thought, “I wasn’t clumsy either.”

 

Patient Forms

It's nice to have options. That's why we give you the choice to complete your registration forms at home or at our office when you come in for your first visit. If you'd like to save some time and fill them out at home, simply download the forms below, fill them out and give them to the front desk when you check in. If you prefer, you may arrive for your appointment a few minutes early and fill out the forms in our office.

 

Kaiser Rehabilitation Center Celebrates 40 Years

The first rehabilitation hospital in Tulsa opened its doors April 23, 1972 on the campus of Hillcrest Medical Center.  Tulsa Rehabilitation Center, as it was called then, was the first hospital in the region dedicated to inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation of patients who had suffered from stroke, brain injuries and other debilitating conditions and illnesses.

 

 

 

Paths for Recovery, Success through Team Work

Since 1972, our devoted medical specialists and therapists have shared one goal: Help each and every person make the most of their future following a debilitating illness or injury. Services are facilitated through an interdisciplinary and client centered approach.

From the moment a patient arrives, the dedicated Kaiser team comes alongside, tailoring a treatment plan that will measurably improve functional ability and quality of life for the patient and his or her family.

 

A Physician's Guide to Kaiser Rehabilitation Center at Hillcrest

Paths for Recovery, Success through Team Work

Since 1972, our devoted medical specialists and therapists have shared one goal: Help each and every person make the most of their future following a debilitating illness or injury. Services are facilitated through an interdisciplinary and client centered approach.

From the moment a patient arrives, the dedicated Kaiser team comes alongside, tailoring a treatment plan that will measurably improve functional ability and quality of life for the patient and his or her family.

 

Services

Occupational Therapy

Kaiser Rehabilitation Center’s occupational therapists (OT) plan individualized programs that use purposeful activity to help the person overcome and/or adapt to their functional limitations, allowing them the highest level of independence possible.

 

Referrals and Admissions

Kaiser Rehabilitation Center offers a single telephone number, (918) 579-7100, for access, pre-admission screenings or evaluations.

We welcome inquiries on whether a patient would benefit from our services. Please call the Admission Office to discuss inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation and the admission criteria for Medicare or private insurance patients.

Following a pre-admissions evaluation, a report of findings is communicated to referring physicians and case managers in a timely manner.