While we deliver acute hospital-level care, long-term acute care hospitals differ from traditional hospitals because we also offer integrated programs for our patients whose illnesses or injuries have long-term effects. Take a virtual tour and see for yourself what makes Bethesda different.
About Long-Term Acute Care
Long-term acute care patients are the most chronic and medically complex. Their primary need is hospital care, and secondary is rehabilitation. Patients usually stay 20 days or more and need daily physician visits.
Since being founded more than 125 years ago, Bethesda has grown from a small, community hospital to a comprehensive LTACH. We offer comprehensive, aggressive and specialized medical care for respiratory illnesses, neurovascular conditions, complex medical problems, and physical and behavioral disabilities that require further medical interventions and rehabilitation or behavioral management. And we provide for our patients' physical, emotional, spiritual and social needs.
Bethesda Video Tour: Brittany's Story
Bethesda is a long-term acute-care hospital. Patients that come here have a serious injury or illness. Sometimes they have several medical conditions, such as complications from surgery or like Brittany, they’re in a coma.
Watch this video to tour the campus and learn more about the services and care teams at Bethesda Hospital.
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Bethesda is a long-term acute care hospital that offers integrated programs for patients whose illnesses or injuries have long-term effects. We provide care for our patients' physical, emotional, spiritual and social needs.See more about this hospital Get patient and visitor information