Methodist Hospital of Southern California cut the ribbon on their new Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit on Tuesday, November 23, 2016, a project which is the result of countless work hours and many generous donations. The state of the rehabilitation center includes 18 private rooms and 6 semi-private rooms in total this accounts for 30 beds in the unit. In addition to this the wing of Berger Tower now contains a dining room, gymnasium, showering and bath facilities and a special room that contains a patient lift for patients that are less mobile. The care and thought that was put into the design of the expansive facility clearly illustrates the foundation of compassion which has allowed Methodist Hospital of Southern California to be recognized by the nation’s leading health accreditation organizations.
As a full-service community hospital, Methodist Hospital of Southern California serves a wide range of patients. The staff at Methodist Hospital of Southern California prides itself on fulfilling the mission, “to provide high-quality healing services while caring for the patient’s emotional and spiritual needs and enabling them to achieve health for life.” As well the outreach to the community strives to make lasting connections by delivering compassionate care, which allows for a new and more positive patient perspective of health and the implementation of health care.