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Good Samaritan Hospital
Regional Medical Center of San Jose


carf accredited

Our Mission Oaks Hospital Gets You Home Faster

At our San Jose rehabilitation center, we always keep your best interests in mind. Our goal is to ensure your independence and get you home as quickly and safely as possible. Good Samaritan's campus in Mission Oaks offers San Jose rehabilitation services from CARF-certified therapists, many of whom hold advanced neurological certifications. This enables us to give special attention to our patients suffering from the effects of stroke. We also offer a broad range of therapies that can be customized to treat your specific condition.

The services we provide include the following:

We also encourage patients to play fun games as part of our recreational therapy, like mini-golf and Wii video games. These can support your progress in health, well-being, confidence and independence.

Visit Our Specialized Pulmonary Rehabilitation Center

The pulmonary rehabilitation program at Good Samaritan Hospital was the first of its kind. We have teams of both physical and occupational therapists working alongside our neurological specialists. Patients learn about proper breathing techniques, pulmonary relaxation and strengthening exercises, as well as early recognition of respiratory infection.

The effective 8-week pulmonary program of two, two-hour weekly sessions improves pulmonary function and builds stamina. We can also create a customized home exercise plan for you and provide educational resources aids with disease management.

How We Can Help Treat Your Condition

You can meet with the treatment team to set short-term and long-term goals. Our skilled physical therapists can show you proper and safe functional mobility with an emphasis on minimizing the risks of falls and re-injury. We can have clinicians work with you to perform job and life tasks to help you become more self-sufficient and shorten recovery time. For those with impairment of written or verbal communication abilities following a stroke, head injury, or neurological disease, we can provide unique support.

Our goal is to help patients maximize their recovery from injury or illness. Our team approach brings specialists together to ensure an individual program is designed to help you reach full recovery potential.

For inpatient referral or to determine if a patient can appropriately be served through our Inpatient Rehabilitation Program, please call (408) 358-5689.

For outpatient service information or to schedule an appointment, call (408) 559-2377.