Inpatient Rehabilitations primary goal is to help patients return to maximum functional independence through achieving full potential of necessary skills.

Outpatient Procedures are provided for long term relief of health problems by utilizing a cost-effective method rather than open surgery when applicable.

Prescription Drug costs have inhibited a lot of uninsured to go without medication which results in an inpatient hospital stay. Providing prescription medicine on a short term basis will prevent unnecessary admissions and reduce uncompensated care costs.

IV Therapy is provided to individuals who would have to be admitted to a hospital if the therapy could not be provided in an outpatient or home care setting.

Eye Glasses are being provided to individuals that are 80% of Median Family Income or below that must have eye glasses to go to work or school, including the elderly.

Hearing Aids have been provided to individuals whose day to day work or quality of life has been affected by the loss of hearing.

Dental Services are provided when the lack of dental care is preventing the patient from receiving life changing medical care.

Wheel Chairs have been provided to individuals that do not have the financial means to provide for themselves and will allow them the ability to have day to day functionality.

Shower Stools and Tub Rails are provided to the elderly to prevent bathroom accidents that could result in hospitalization or the need for home care services.