UofL Health, Lifepoint Rehabilitation Opening New Rehabilitation Hospital in East Louisville

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – UofL Health and Lifepoint Rehabilitation, a business unit of Lifepoint Health, are celebrating the opening of Frazier Rehabilitation Hospital – Brownsboro, a 55,000-square-foot inpatient rehabilitation hospital now serving patients in eastern Louisville.

“Accessible and affordable health care is a right for every Kentuckian,” said Kentucky Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman. “The new Frazier Rehabilitation Hospital – Brownsboro will help patients recover and return home. I applaud UofL Health and Lifepoint Rehabilitation for their investment in Team Kentucky.”

With 40 beds, the new facility anticipates serving more than 1,200 patients each year, addressing a growing need for inpatient rehabilitation services throughout the region. Inpatient rehabilitation facilities offer patient-centered therapy programs designed to support those who have experienced a loss of function from an injury or illness through intensive, specialized treatment and recovery.

“UofL Health and Lifepoint Health are proud to share the common rehabilitation goal of helping each individual reach their fullest potential,” said Tom Miller, CEO of UofL Health. “This new hospital increases rehabilitation access in multiple ways. The location is convenient for the growing east end of Louisville, and it frees up essential space to further grow specialty programs only available downtown. I applaud Lifepoint for this joint investment and we look forward to serving even more of our community.”

Frazier Rehabilitation Hospital – Brownsboro provides acute rehabilitation and recovery for patients who suffer from stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, complex neurological disorders, orthopedic conditions, multiple traumas, amputation and other injuries or disorders. The facility includes all private rooms, a secured brain injury unit with private dining and therapy gym, a therapeutic exterior courtyard outfitted with activities and equipment to promote ambulation, large interdisciplinary therapy gyms and a transitional living apartment designed to support patients in preparing for activities of daily living.

“We are proud to partner with UofL Health as we expand access to care for inpatient rehabilitation services in Louisville,” said Russ Bailey, President of Lifepoint Rehabilitation. “We strive in all that we do to help our patients recover as comprehensively as we can, so that they may return to their families and their daily lives as quickly as possible. We do this by bringing our industry-leading and evidence-driven framework for high-quality rehabilitation care. We’re excited to welcome patients to Frazier Rehabilitation Hospital – Brownsboro and grateful to work alongside UofL Health as we advance our mission of making communities healthier.”

Frazier Rehabilitation Hospital – Brownsboro is now accepting patients at 5000 Chamberlain Lane, near the intersection of I-71 and I-265 in the northeast area of Jefferson County. For more information, please visit FrazierRehabBrownsboro.com.

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