Arroyo Grande Community Hospital Partners with Kindred Rehabilitation Services for New Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital 

The new inpatient rehabilitation hospital will be built adjacent to the current rehabilitation center and will double the number of beds.

By HFT Staff
July 6, 2022

Arroyo Grande Community Hospital  and Kindred Rehabilitation Services (KRS) announced a joint venture to build and operate a new inpatient rehabilitation hospital on Dignity Health’s Arroyo Grande Community Hospital campus in Arroyo Grande, California. 

The 46,000-square-foot hospital will be built adjacent to the current rehabilitation center and will double the number of beds to 40 all-private patient rooms. It will focus on inpatient rehabilitation for patients who suffer from strokes, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, complex neurological disorders, orthopedic conditions, multiple trauma, amputation and other injuries or disorders. The facility will also feature multidisciplinary therapy gymnasiums outfitted with the latest therapeutic technologies, including augmented reality balance training and bionics therapy. It also will include a therapeutic courtyard with exterior amenities to support patient care. 

The hospital, expected to break ground in the fall of 2023, will expand the current 20-bed Acute Rehabilitation Center within the hospital, which is also managed by KRS, and has been since 2011. Completion of the project is projected for spring of 2025. 

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