***This page was updated at 8:00 am on 11/23/2020***
Burke Rehabilitation Hospital is committed to providing the highest level of safety and care for our patients, caregivers, visitors and staff. We work with the Montefiore Health System’s top infectious disease specialists, as well as state and local officials and public health experts to implement the most effective measures to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Visitation Policy (Revised 11/23/2020)
***Please call (914) 597-2262 if you have any questions. Medical group patients can call (914) 597-2332.***
Please click here to read a letter from our Vice President of Outpatient Services on how Burke is keeping you and our staff safe.
All outpatients and visitors to our outpatient locations will be subject to screening and temperature checks prior to being admitted to the facility.
All outpatients are strongly encouraged to come alone to their appointment when possible. A maximum of one person will be allowed to accompany patients when necessary. This individual must be 18 years or older.
Patients should also come as close to their appointment time as possible in an effort to minimize time spent in waiting areas.
Burke's main campus outpatient location (White Plains) will be primarily utilized to treat neurologic and other complex cases that require multidisciplinary care. Single discipline (physical therapy) treatment for straightforward orthopedic conditions and injuries will be seen at one of our other Burke outpatient locations off-site.
Cardiac Rehab is open.
Our capacity at all outpatient locations will be limited due to precautions for social distancing and infection control.
Outpatient telehealth speech therapy sessions are being offered on a limited basis. Please call (914) 597-2288 for more information.
Outpatient telepsychology services are available for Burke patients who received services in the inpatient hospital or at one of Burke's outpatient locations. Please call (914) 597-2332 for more information.
The Burke Adult Fitness Center will reopen on Monday, November 16th for individual exercise. Click here for details about safety precautions and new protocols.
We will continue to closely monitor updates on this developing public health issue from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), New York State, and Westchester’s Department of Health – and the latest information from Montefiore Medical Center can be found at burke.org. A special hotline number has been arranged by White Plains Hospital and can be reached at (914) 681-2900.
To learn more about COVID-19, how it is spread, and how to better protect yourself from it, CLICK HERE.
Concerned about exposure, but have no symptoms? Call the NYS DOH at 888-364-3065.