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2012 Report Card

Mitchell Rehabilitation Regional Patients National Patients
Average Patient Age 75.2 70.7 70.5
Average Length of Stay (days) 12.1



Percent of Patients Discharged to Community

73.2 78.6 75.5
Unplanned Percent of Patients Discharged to Acute Care 8.5 10.4 10.0
FIM™ Change 28.1 29.2 28.9

During 2012, Mitchell Rehabilitation Hospital at North Bay admitted 482 patients for acute inpatient rehabilitation needs. The average age of our patients was higher when compared to patients in both the Southeast part of the country, as well as the nation as a whole.  Seventy-three percent of our patients were able to return back to a community setting (home or ALF) and eight and a half percent were discharged to acute care for a higher level of medical management.  Our average FIM™ change, which is an objective measure of functional improvement used by all acute inpatient rehabilitation facilities, was twenty-eight points.