Opened in December 2008, the Sutter Rehabilitation Institute at Sutter Roseville Medical Center strives to return patients to fulfilling lives. Our 55,000 square-foot facility is the region's only standalone facility dedicated exclusively to rehabilitation.
In 2010, the SRI was CARF certified by the California Association of Rehabilitation Facilities and in 2011, expanded its bed count to 55 to better serve patients both in and out of the area.
Here we provide therapeutic care to patients recovering from conditions that include:
Spinal cord injury
Degenerative neurological disorders, including Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis and other conditions
The institute is connected by an indoor walkway to Sutter Roseville Medical Center, so that patients are close to acute care, should they experience a medical crisis.
The center was designed by a team of professionals and former rehabilitation patients to provide patients with a welcoming environment and all the tools and technology they need to adjust to physical changes and gain daily-living skills. Among the innovative tools offered is Wii-habilitation, a novel use of Nintendo's Wii game console that adds the element of fun to therapy routines.