You have the greatest chance of regaining your abilities during the first few months after a stroke, so it’s important to start stroke rehab as soon as possible.

EvergreenHealth's stroke rehabilitation program provides the care and encouragement you need at every step in your recovery.


Inpatient Stroke Rehabilitation

Our physical, speech and occupational therapists will begin working with you as soon as your condition is stabilized, because the sooner you work to regain normal function the quicker that can happen.

Learn more about Inpatient Rehabilitation


Acute Rehabilitation Unit

Should you need more close medical monitoring before being discharged, you may be transferred to the medical center’s Acute Rehabilitation Unit.

The ARU provides three hours of intense therapy daily for stroke patients. 

There's also a transitional apartment that helps you practice activities of daily living in a home-like environment.

Learn more about the Acute Rehabilitation Unit


Outpatient Stroke Rehabilitation

After discharge, you may continue your therapy through EvergreenHealth Rehabilitation Services, which provides coordinated physical, occupational and speech therapy in one convenient setting under the care of licensed therapists. 

They will help with your goals of returning to work, school and community activities.

Learn more about Outpatient Rehabilitation


Your Stroke Rehabilitation Care Team

Your stroke rehab team will include doctors and nurses who specialize in stroke rehab, as well as rehabilitation therapists such as:

  • Physical therapist to help with problems with movement, balance and coordination.
  • Occupational therapist to help you practice eating, bathing, dressing, writing and other daily tasks.
  • Speech therapist to help you relearn language skills and also help if you have problems with swallowing.
  • Neuropsychologist to help you deal with your emotions.
  • Dietitian to help you plan a healthy diet to help prevent future strokes. 
  • Social worker to help you and your caregivers arrange for the help and equipment you may need at home.

To Begin Stroke Rehabilitation

A physician referral is required for stroke rehabilitation. Ask your provider to complete and sign our referral form.

You can drop off the referral form at our office [Get Directions] or fax it to 425.899.3670.

For more information about our outpatient rehab services, please call 425.899.3100.