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Baptist Rehab-Germantown colleagues showed up in force to celebrate the start of construction on a new inpatient rehab hospital.

Baptist colleagues break ground on new rehab facility

Baptist Rehab-Germantown officials recently hosted a groundbreaking to mark the start of construction on a new inpatient rehabilitation hospital on Germantown Parkway near Wolf River Boulevard in Germantown, Tenn. Baptist is partnering with Centerre Healthcare, a Nashville-based national provider  of inpatient acute rehabilitation services, to build the facility.

The brand new, 49-bed freestanding hospital will provide a wide range of clinical services for patients recovering from complex neurological conditions, strokes, brain and spinal cord injuries, complex orthopedic injuries, amputations and other conditions. The new hospital will have all private rooms and include specialty features such as a dedicated stroke unit, an Activity of Daily Living space, a mobility courtyard and an expansive therapy gym. Construction is expected to be complete in about one to 1 ½ years.

The 49-bed facility is scheduled to open late next year.

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