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UPMC Rehabilitation Institute

Expert Inpatient Care For a Brighter Outlook on Living

As part of the largest rehabilitation network in western Pennsylvania, the UPMC Rehabilitation Institute offers specialized, inpatient care for a variety of conditions, including:

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News & Events

New Location Open at UPMC East 

On Tuesday, July 1, the UPMC Rehabilitation Institute officially opened a new inpatient unit at UPMC East in Monroeville. The 19-bed unit  provides intensive, customized therapy for hospitalized patients recovering from surgery, illness, or a traumatic accident. Our goal is to help each patient get up and moving again as quickly and independently as possible. 


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