Second Reunion Rehabilitation Hospital to open in Denver

16 September 2020 (Last Updated September 16th, 2020 15:24)

America Development & Investments, a healthcare real estate development firm, and Reunion IRF are set to open a second Reunion Rehabilitation Hospital in Denver, US.

Second Reunion Rehabilitation Hospital to open in Denver
A rendering of the Denver-area Reunion Rehabilitation Hospital. Credit: Reunion Rehabilitation Hospital.

America Development & Investments, a healthcare real estate development firm, and Reunion IRF are set to open a second Reunion Rehabilitation Hospital in Denver, US.

The three-storey, 48,500ft2, 40-bed facility will provide inpatient rehabilitation services.

With private rooms for patients, the hospital will accept people with debilitating illnesses and injuries, including stroke, brain injury, other complex neurological and orthopedic debilitating conditions.

Reunion Rehabilitation Hospital Inverness partner Jeffrey Jones said: “After a thorough analysis of the market, we felt that the Inverness/Denver Tech Center area was the best location to build our new hospital.

“Given its proximity to acute care hospitals and other world-class healthcare facilities, as well as the current and future growth around us, this new facility will provide the Southeast Denver area greater access to state-of-the-art inpatient rehabilitation care.”

BSA LifeStructures is designing the new hospital, while Adolfson and Peterson will act as the general contractor for Reunion Rehabilitation Hospital Inverness.

The hospital, to be managed by Texas-based Nobis Rehabilitation Partners, is expected to break ground in the coming months and open in the fourth quarter of next year.

America Development & Investment broke ground on the first Reunion Rehabilitation Hospital Denver in April this year. This 48,510ft2, 40-bed facility is being designed by Perkins & Will.

The hospital will be managed by Nobis Rehabilitation Partners. It will cater to patients who require intensive physical rehabilitation and are recovering from debilitating conditions and other injuries.

Last month, Post Acute Medical (PAM) announced plans to build an advanced 42-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Dayton, Ohio, US.