Results Through Rehabilitation & Research
"I heard Burke was tops and being here has confirmed that. They treat you with such gentleness but also challenge you so you would get better."
After undergoing a whipple operation to cut cancerous cells from his pancreas, Father Joseph Henchey's doctors noticed he had an irregular heartbeat six days after surgery. The irregularity continued for six weeks so Fr. Henchey came to Burke for cardiac rehabilitation.
"I heard Burke was tops and being here has confirmed that," Fr. Henchey said. "They treat you with such gentleness but also challenge you so you would get better."
Burke Rehabilitation Hospital believes that patients and referral sources should have accurate information when it comes to making healthcare decisions. This includes choosing a rehabilitation facility and program.
One way to facilitate this process is to report our patient outcomes information. Outcomes are a report card of sorts that gauge how well patients do in a program and that in turn sheds light on how we are doing as a rehabilitation hospital.