Frequently Asked Questions
This list contains the questions asked most often by our patients, their families and other referral sources. Please contact us for additional information.
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No. We are a Long Term Acute Care Hospital that specializes in medical management of the complex, critically ill patient. We do offer rehab services as needed and as tolerated for our patients, but are not licensed as an Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility (IRF) that provides more focused and extensive rehab services.
Our patients stay with us for 25-30 days on average.
Although COVID restrictions are still in place to some degree, we still have visitation. One visitor a day per patient is welcome from 3pm-6pm and must wear a mask.
No. We are licensed as a Long Term Acute Care Hospital (LTACH). We provide acute-level, hospital care for a longer period of time than is provided at a short-term acute-care hospital.
Patients come to our hospital because they have an acute illness along with multiple other chronic conditions requiring a prolonged hospital stay. Our specialized services provide the acute care patients need while allowing them more time to heal.
Yes, a physician will see you every day at this hospital. Following discharge, you will return to your primary care physician for treatment.
Who do I contact for quality-of-care concerns?
You may contact the Administration of ContinueCARE Hospital at any time if you have questions, concerns, or complaints by calling (606) 523-5150. Since our organization uses the Center for Improvement in Healthcare Quality (CIHQ) accreditation for deemed-status, you, or your surrogate decision-maker, also have the right to file a complaint regarding any quality-of-care concern or safety issue, directly to CIHQ as follows:
Mail Center for Improvement in Healthcare Quality
P.O. Box 3620 McKinney, TX 75070
Attn: Chief Executive Officer
Phone: (512) 661-2813
Fax: (805) 934-8588
Choosing an LTACH
The ContinueCARE Difference
ContinueCARE Hospital at Baptist Health Corbin offers several unique benefits for patients and family members:
1. We provide care with an interdisciplinary approach with a care team of specialists working together for optimal patient outcomes.
2. Each patient will have an individualized care plan based on their needs and preferences
3. We encourage family and/or caregiver participation and keep loved ones informed every step of the way
4. We know the importance of bringing a family member back home. Our discharge numbers show our dedication to making that happen.