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Helping patients achieve each and every milestone on their road to recovery.

For patients who have experienced functional loss or disability as a result of an accident, illness, or injury, everything you need to reclaim your life – from comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation and transitional care to outpatient programs – is here, all under one roof.

Our specialized team of board-certified rehab physicians, certified rehab nurses, clinicians, and dedicated therapists deliver an unparalleled level of care and encouragement through state-of the-art-technology, advanced therapies, and wellness environments.

Our facility offers:

  • A 62-bed Acute Rehabilitation Unit including an 11-bed secured Brain Injury Unit
  • A 50-bed Transitional Sub-Acute Unit for skilled care
  • Highly skilled therapists
  • Speech, physical, and occupational therapy programming
  • Therapeutic recreation and activities
  • Spacious private rooms with large private bathrooms and flat-screen televisions
  • Aquatic therapy pool
  • On-site pharmacy, laboratory, and radiological services
  • Outdoor therapeutic garden
  • Comfortable lounges with flat-screen televisions, computers, and free internet access
  • Plenty of visiting areas for patients, friends, and families
  • Easy access and free parking

Our Providers

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Youlia Itzeva, MD

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Geminikumar N Patel, MD

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Tetyana Usova-Kochuashvili, MD

Recommended visiting hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. To avoid interruption of therapy sessions, visitors should call ahead to check the patient’s therapy schedule. Therapy times are available after 5 p.m. for the following day.

Accredited Rehabilitation Facility

Tower Health Medical Group Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation - Wyomissing

Reading Hospital Rehabilitation at Wyomissing is the only hospital in the region accredited by both the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and The Joint Commission. Our Stroke Specialty and Brain Injury Programs are also CARF-accredited.

Accreditation by CARF is evidence that Reading Hospital strives to improve efficiency, fiscal health, and service delivery – creating a foundation for continuous quality improvement and consumer satisfaction. Joint Commission accreditation and certification is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards.

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Joint Commission Accredited

Accredited for Brain Injury
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CARF Accredited

Accredited in Adult Spinal Cord, Amputation, Brain Injury, and Stroke Specialty Programs
Ellie Pedraza
"I am a COVID survivor. I really do not remember much, but I do know that I wouldn't be here, and I wouldn't be walking without the stupendous efforts and support given to me by the medical staff at Reading Hospital and Reading Hospital Rehabilitation at Wyomissing."
-Ellie Pedraza
Meet Ellie

Acute Rehabilitation Unit

We're equipped with a 62-bed Acute Rehabilitation Unit offering comprehensive intense inpatient services that typically include three hours of therapy a day for at least five days a week. Our goal is to return all individuals to the highest level of functional independence. Our in-house physiatrist work collaboratively with nurses, care coordinators, occupational therapists and physical therapists to develop a rehabilitation program that's right for you. 

Serving patients with the following conditions: 

  • Amputation
  • Arthritis
  • Burns
  • Complex Medical 
  • Degenerative and Progressive Neurological Disorders
  • Head Injury
  • Hip Fracture
  • Major Multiple Trauma
  • Neurological Disorders
  • Neuromuscular Disorders
  • Orthopedic Conditions (that result in the loss of function)
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Stroke

Acute Rehabilitation Admission Criteria

In order to be admitted to the Acute Rehabilitation Unit, the patient must meet all the following requirements: 

  • Need at least two forms of therapy in an inpatient setting 
  • Be able to participate in three or more hours of therapy each day for at least five days a week
  • Be medically stable
  • Have potential to improve functional or achieve independence
  • Require ongoing medical management and nursing care
  • Be willing to follow the discharge plan developed jointly by the interdisciplinary team with the patient
Charlie Kauffman
"I am forever grateful to all the staff for going above and beyond to achieve my goal."
-Charlie Kauffman
Meet Charlie

Transitional Sub-Acute Unit

A skilled team of board-certified physicians and health professionals has been selected, trained and certified unlike any other post-acute staff to bring together the best and the brightest support. Our team includes an internal medicine physician, nurses, care coordinators, occupational therapist, physician therapist, dietitians, and as needed, speech therapists that will develop an individualized program for treatment. 

Transitional Sub-Acute Admission Criteria

To be admitted to the Transitional Sub-Acute Unit, the patient must meet all of the following requirements:

  • Need daily skilled nursing care and/or specialized therapy
  • Have had a prior acute hospitalization of 72 hours or more (unless waived by payor source)
  • Be medically stable
  • Require inpatient services, rather than home health or outpatient services
  • Be willing to follow the discharge plan developed by the interdisciplinary team with the patient
Video: EskoNR Rehab - Reading Hospital Rehabilitation at Wyomissing

Video: EskoNR Rehab - Reading Hospital Rehabilitation at Wyomissing

Thanks to the generous support of donors, the Reading Hospital Foundation was able to purchase the EksoNR – a robotic exoskeleton designed to teach muscles how to regain movement. This new device is currently be used by the physical therapy team at Reading Hospital Rehabilitation at Wyomissing.

Brain Injury Unit

Our 11-bed secured rehabilitation unit provides specialized care for patients with traumatic and acquired brain injuries. The Brain Injury Unit team, is comprised of the area's finest physicians and neuropsychologist who maintain special certification and training in brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, and musculoskeletal conditions. Many members of our nursing and therapy staff have earned advanced certification in the rehabilitation and neuroscience field – a unique attribute of our program.

Brain Injury Unit Admission Criteria

A minimum of three hours of therapy per day, five days per week. Therapy is also provided on Saturdays and Sundays according to your needs. Care coordinators work with you family to discuss progress and assist with plans for discharge. Your family or caregiver may be asked to participate in therapy sessions, family education, home evaluations or community re-entry activities.


Expand your rehabilitation and revive your body by registering for one of our wellness programs. We offer yoga, tai chi, aquatic fitness, Parkinson's Disease programs, and more. 

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