Allied Services Integrated Health System
Miracles in rehab, performed daily.
Allied Services Integrated Health System is the leading provider of healthcare and human services for northeastern Pennsylvanians with disabilities and chronic illness. The not-for-profit health system started out in 1959; Allied Services Vocational Services Division, the first division created, existed to give individuals with disabilities access to training and employment opportunities. Allied Services as we know it today grew out of that original mission to serve the needs of adults with disabilities who wanted to be part of the workforce.
Today, whether providing physical rehabilitation, vocational training, residential or day services, hospice or palliative care, skilled nursing, personal care, in-home care, behavioral and other community services, its 3,000 plus employees and volunteers work to help people with disabilities, life-changing injuries and chronic illness overcome challenges and reach their greatest potential.
Allied Services delivers world-class physical rehabilitation thanks to cutting-edge rehab technology, highly credentialed, experienced staff and compassionate staff. Its inpatient rehabilitation hospitals in Scranton and Wilkes-Barre are known throughout the region for rehabilitation programs and expertise in the areas of brain injury, stroke and comprehensive integrated inpatient rehabilitation programs for adults. The 371-bed Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Scranton delivers long and short-term care. The facility is home to the region’s only dedicated post-acute respiratory unit and provides dementia and memory care. Its 15 outpatient rehab centers span Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe and Wyoming County.
Most recently, Allied Services has established a Community Based Palliative Care program aimed at relieving pain and other symptoms that burden people living with chronic illness. In early 2018, Allied Services added to its continuum of care with Allied Services Hospice Center, a brand new, 8-bed facility in Scranton.
As the healthcare and human services fields continue to change, Allied Services remains a quality-driven, not-for-profit organization that delivers compassionate care to those in need and strives to improve the quality of life for people throughout Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania.
Summary of Services
- Physical rehabilitation for children and adults with disabilities including speech, physical and occupational therapy in inpatient and outpatient facilities
- Home Health: nursing, therapy services and medical social services provided in the home
- In-Home Services: non-medical support services including respite care, homemaker services
- Community Services: includes vocational, day and residential programs for adults with developmental disabilities, residential and community-based behavioral services, dePaul School for children with dyslexia
- Skilled Nursing: 371- bed skilled nursing and rehab center
- Personal Care: Allied Terrace Personal Care offers living for seniors who seek to maintain their independence but may require light medical and personal care.
- Palliative Care: community-based palliative care program to assist patients and their families to manage their systems and care
- Hospice Care: in-home and in-patient hospice care
- Transitional Care: Allied Services transitional care units offer superior rehab, high-quality, round-the-clock nursing for patients who need short term care
Allied Rehab Hospital
475 Morgan Highway, Scranton
Heinz Rehab Hospital
150 Mundy St., Wilkes-Barre
Moses Taylor Inpatient Rehab Unit
700 Quincy Ave., Scranton
Regional Hospital Inpatient Rehab Unit
746 Jefferson Ave, Scranton
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For more information about Allied Services Integrated Health System, visit www.allied-services.org.