Patient Outcome Report

July 2022–June 2023

Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital has a comprehensive, dedicated stroke rehabilitation program and is a leading provider of physical and cognitive rehabilitation services. We provide a continuum of care including acute inpatient services, outpatient services, community re-entry services and support groups. Our comprehensive program of care ensures our patients receive the most appropriate treatment based on their injury and their personal needs.

Our patients receive a minimum of three hours of combined physical and occupational therapy at least five out of seven days. Additional services, such as higher intensity physical and occupational therapy, speech pathology, psychology, cognitive retraining, recreational therapy and other services are provided based on our assessment of each patient’s individual needs.

For more information about this report or the Stroke Rehabilitation Program, please call 484.596.5400.



562 patients

Average age

71.7 years old

Number of adolescents


Adolescent average age


Average length of stay

19.9 days



Functional outcomes

On admission, our stroke patients require an average of maximum assistance to complete tasks involved in daily life. This means they are able to complete less than 50 percent of each task on their own.

On average, patients discharged from the Stroke Rehabilitation Program require only supervision to complete activities of daily living. This means our patients can complete most of each daily task, but they may require some steadying or supervision for more difficult tasks.

Functional improvement


Result: Patients achieve overall functional improvement in our program.

Levels of QI scoring:

132 Independent
110-131 Setup/Cleanup Assist
88-109 Supervision/Touching Assist
66-87 Mod Assist
44-65 Max Assist
under 44 Dependent



Most patients who receive intensive, inpatient therapy as part of our comprehensive Stroke Rehabilitation Program are admitted from an acute care hospital where they stayed following the onset of the stroke. Other patients are admitted from home or a skilled nursing facility and participate in our Second Chance Stroke Program. For these patients, Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital is their first opportunity to benefit from a comprehensive stroke rehabilitation program. Prior to their stroke, most individuals were living at home, some worked and some were retired.

Following discharge from Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital, 69.9 percent of our patients were able to return home; 17.3 percent required ongoing care at a skilled nursing facility; and 12.5 percent were re-admitted to an acute care hospital due to complications.

Patient satisfaction

The primary focus of our Stroke Rehabilitation Program is to provide the highest quality, personalized clinical patient care. There are many factors that contribute to success, including our outstanding clinical care team of physicians, nurses and therapists, as well as a calming, healing environment.

100% of patients rated their overall care as good or very good

99% of patients said they would recommend Bryn Mawr Rehab to others