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Recovering from Covid-19?

Burke is here to help with all your rehabilitation needs

Covid-19 takes a toll on your body and rehabilitation is a critical part of a successful recovery process. Whether you were hospitalized or rode out the virus at home, what you may not realize is that this novel coronavirus, combined with being bedridden for an extended period, can cause a wide range of significant after-effects that can interfere with your return to daily living.

The lingering effects vary from person to person and can be physical, cognitive, psychological or some combination of all three. They include everything from confusion, depression, cardiopulmonary decline and de-conditioning, muscle weakness, nerve damage, generalized fatigue, the impact of social isolation, and having difficulty returning to simple daily activities. And that’s where the experts at Burke come in.

Burke's unique interdisciplinary team approach to rehabilitation has been helping patients regain strength, independence and health for more than a century. With the arrival of Covid-19 Burke has been able to use their specialized expertise, innovative protocols and deep experience in rehabilitation care to help those recovering from the coronavirus overcome any of these potentially debilitating after-effects. Burke offers both inpatient rehabilitation upon direct transfer from an acute care hospital, and outpatient rehabilitation care across the region for those recuperating at home.

If you are recovering from Covid-19 Burke's team of rehabilitation experts - specially trained physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists and others - are here to help every step of the way.

To learn about Covid-19 inpatient rehabilitation care, please call (914) 597-2519.

To learn about Covid-19 outpatient therapy rehabilitation care, please call (914) 597-2262.

To learn about Covid-19 outpatient physician rehabilitation care, please call (914) 597-2332.

Health Alert: Current Visitation Policy and Other Important COVID-19 Updates

What's Happening at Burke

Health Alert:

*All visitors on the Burke campus are required to wear a mask at all times*

Click here to view the complete list of visitation safety protocols and regulations — updated 11/23/20.

Learn what Burke and Montefiore are doing to keep you and your loved ones safe during the COVID-19 pandemic:

Here's what you need to know about policies and procedures

Rehabilitation care for individuals recovering from COVID-19

Concerned about exposure, but have no symptoms? Call the NYS DOH at

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Burke Rehabilitation Hospital
785 Mamaroneck Avenue
White Plains, NY 10605

Hospital Main Telephone

(914) 597-2500, (888) 99-BURKE