Vibra Healthcare and Monument Health have launched the new Rehabilitation and Critical Care Hospital of the Black Hills in South Dakota, US. 

This facility, which offers specialised inpatient medical rehabilitation and critical care services, is located at 2115 Promise Road in Rapid City, South Dakota.  

It is operated by a joint venture company, whose members include Monument Health and Vibra Hospital Holdings, an affiliate of Vibra Healthcare.  

The one-storey, 55,000m² hospital is designed to serve as a key resource for post-acute care in the region, featuring 36 rehabilitation beds and 18 long-term acute care beds.  

This facility was designed by Dekker Perich Sabatini and constructed by MJ Harris Construction Services.  

It features 54 private rooms, with private baths, four high observation rooms, and a spacious rehabilitation gym equipped with the latest rehabilitation equipment, including digital therapeutics for neurorecovery. 

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Rehabilitation and Critical Care Hospital CEO Kyle Richards said: “We have an outstanding team, and we eagerly look forward to serving our patients with life-changing restorative care.  

“While we will provide two distinct types of care, at the heart of what we do in our hospital is the belief in every patient’s potential to return to a better state of health.” 

The majority of patients are expected to be those transitioning from traditional hospital settings, requiring continued hospital-level care to recover from debilitating conditions and regain their independence. 

The hospital’s advanced physical medicine and rehabilitation programmes are customised to help patients recover from brain injuries, strokes, spinal cord injuries, and neurological disorders, as well as musculoskeletal disorders.  

In addition, the facility will provide critical care services for patients needing extended hospitalisation for complex conditions, including multi-system complications, ventilator dependency, and other severe infectious diseases. 

Currently accepting referrals for rehabilitation services, the Rehabilitation and Critical Care Hospital is planning to launch critical care services in the upcoming weeks, with a grand opening event scheduled later this winter.