News at Our Hospital
2018 Bone Bash, the largest fundraiser for the Arthritis Foundation of Delaware. HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Middletown CEO, Mathew Gooch, served as the corporate chair for the event this year that raised over $83,000 for the foundation.
Jennifer Muzzi, a dietician at HealthSouth Middletown, helped raise breast cancer awareness. A cause close to her heart, as she is currently undergoing treatment to battle breast cancer.
HealthSouth Middletown receives this award which recognizes outstanding performance in development of clinical programs, quality of patient care services, high patient satisfaction scores, low percentage of employee turnover and overall operational excellence.
HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Middletown hosted a booth at the American Heart Association’s Delaware Heart Walk that served to educate the participants on the warning signs of stroke (F.A.S.T.).
HealthSouth Middletown recently had a visit from the mascot and pitcher from their local minor league team, the Wilmington Blue Rocks. Patients and staff thoroughly enjoyed their visit and it lifted many spirits.
HeathSouth Middletown is participating in a local food bank.
HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Middletown promotes awareness and educates the public on stroke prevention and the difference rehabilitation can make in a patient’s recovery after stroke.
National Nurses Week is celebrated May 6 -12, 2017 and HealthSouth Middletown is using this opportunity to shine a light on the incredible rehabilitation nurses who play a vital role in the care of patients.
Dr. Maryum Rafique, a physiatrist and independent practice physician at HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Middletown, along with Pat Marston, the hospital’s director of case management, presented at the Brain Injury Association of Delaware’s 26th Annual Conference.
HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Middletown has received top recognition from Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation (UDSMR®). The hospital ranked in the top 10 percent of qualifying rehabilitation hospitals for 2016.