Services

Inpatient and On-Site Therapy

Central Nebraska Rehabilitation Services provides comprehensive in-patient and out-patient Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy across Nebraska designed to restore function and help patients recover to their fullest extent. A team of licensed and certified rehabilitation professionals is available at every level of care, from inpatient hospitalization, to acute rehabilitation, to outpatient therapy.

Hospital Acute Care / In-Patient Rehabilitation Unit / Skilled Care

By working directly with you and your entire healthcare team, we can determine which therapy services would be most beneficial to you. Our coordinated approach assures patients individualized care aimed at maximizing recovery while reducing treatment time. We proudly serve the following hospitals:

  • Good Samaritan Hospital-Kearney
  • Henderson Health Care-Henderson
  • Howard County Medical Center-St. Paul
  • St. Elizabeth’s Hospital-Lincoln
  • St. Francis Hospital-Grand Island

Nursing Home / Assisted Living

CNRS  is a provider of Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Therapy Services at several assisted living and nursing home facilities including:

  • Bickford Cottage Assisted Living - Grand Island
  • Brookedale Northridge Retirement Community - Kearney
  • Cambridge Court Assisted Living - Kearney
  • HomeStead - Kearney
  • Lebensraum Retirement Home - Grand Island
  • Prairie View Gardens - Kearney
  • Primrose Retirement Communities - Grand Island
  • Riverside Lodge Retirement Community - Grand Island
  • Welcov Healthcare - Kearney
  • WEL-Life - Kearney

Home Health Services

Our commitment to your health and well-being doesn’t end when you leave the hospital or doctor’s office. There are times when you may need health care in the comfort of your own home, and we are proud to bring high quality, compassionate care home to you through our Home Health Services Department. Our staff serves people of all ages – including those who are temporarily disabled, acutely ill or those who require long-term care.

 Please contact Scott Eriksen or John Holling with any questions regarding hospital, nursing home or home health service questions.