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    Facts About Our Acute Rehabilitation Programs

    California Pacific Regional Rehabilitation Center (CPRRC) is recognized as a regional referral source for Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, Stroke, Amputee and General Rehabilitation.

    CPRRC is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for Comprehensive Adult Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs, Comprehensive Inpatient Adult Brain Injury Programs, Outpatient Adult Brain Injury Program, the Adult Spinal Cord Rehabilitation System of Care (includes Inpatient and Outpatient services) and Case Management. These International CARF accreditation are the hallmark of our commitment to the highest Rehabilitation Standards so that we may best serve our community. We are proud to be a part of CARF’s forty-year tradition of excellence. California Pacific Regional Rehabilitation Center is also accredited by the Joint Commission (JC).

    Our Specialty programs are designed around complex catastrophic rehabilitation diagnoses. This means that our programs are able to address the complicated rehabilitation needs of the individual as well as the complex medical needs that result in catastrophic illness. We prove our program’s effectiveness by documenting our outcomes. Our patients’ outcomes are the result of the care, skill, and commitment of our team at California Pacific Regional Rehabilitation Center.

    We track and document the success and effectiveness of our programs through the use of an independent national data collection system. This system utilizes the Functional Independence Measure scale (FIM). FIM is a measure of a patient’s function that includes self-care, mobility, locomotion, communication, continence, social and thinking skills. These functions are measured at the time of admission, discharge and three months after-discharge. The information is independently collected and computed by the University of Buffalo, New York and then shared with each participating rehabilitation program. We are proud to be a participant in this distinguished, independent program and equally proud of our outcomes. These data collection programs allow us to share our performance wit the community at large.

    Acute Specialty Rehabilitation Program  |  Brain Injury  |  Spinal Cord  |  Stroke  |  Amputee  |  Patient Satisfaction  |  Number of Persons Served

    Acute Specialty Rehabilitation Program

    Acute Specialty Rehabilitation Program

    Patient DataCPRRC
    1st Quarter 2013
    CPRRC
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Region
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Nation
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Number of patients: Males 59% - Females 41%146510nana
    Average Age 65 63 68 69
    Admit FIM 62.9 64.2 58.9 59.9
    Discharge FIM 94.6 96.3 87.6 88.9
    FIM Change 30.6 32.1 28.6 29.0
    Average Length of Stay 18 17 14 13
    Length of Stay Efficiency 2.35 2.54 2.57 2.62
    Discharge to Community 84% 85% 79% 76%
    Source: UDSMR
    2013 Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation, A division of UB Foundation Activities, Inc. (UBFA). All rights reserved. Except as otherwise noted, all copyrights, service marks, and trademarks are owned by UBFA.

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    Brain Injury

    Brain Injury Specialty Program

    Patient DataCPRRC
    1st Quarter 2013
    CPRRC
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Region
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Nation
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Number of patients: Males 63% - Females 37%30112nana
    Average Age 56 56 64 68
    Admit FIM 61.5 59.8 54.8 54.9
    Discharge FIM 96.2 95.5 82.8 83.9
    FIM Change 34.7 35.7 28.0 29.1
    Average Length of Stay 25 19 14 15
    Length of Stay Efficiency 2.30 2.64 2.42 2.47
    Discharge to Community 90% 87% 78% 74%
    Source: UDSMR

    Traumatic Brain Injury

    Patient DataCPRRC
    1st Quarter 2013
    CPRRC
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Region
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Nation
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Number of patients: Males 77% - Females 23%844nana
    Average Age 43 46 61 63
    Admit FIM 45.4 52.2 53.9 53.3
    Discharge FIM 85.3 94.8 83.9 84.4
    FIM Change 39.9 42.6 30.0 31.0
    Average Length of Stay 54 27 15 16
    Length of Stay Efficiency 1.48 2.30 2.46 2.47
    Discharge to Community 88% 82% 80% 73%
    Source: UDSMR

    Non-Traumatic Brain Injury

    Patient DataCPRRC
    1st Quarter 2013
    CPRRC
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Region
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Nation
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Number of patients: Males 54% - Females 46%2268nana
    Average Age 61 62 65 65
    Admit FIM 67.3 64.8 55.2 55.6
    Discharge FIM 100.2 96.0 82.1 83.5
    FIM Change 32.9 31.2 26.9 27.9
    Average Length of Stay 15 14 13 14
    Length of Stay Efficiency 2.59 2.86 2.41 2.48
    Discharge to Community 91% 90% 77% 75%
    Source: UDSMR
    2013 Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation, A division of UB Foundation Activities, Inc. (UBFA). All rights reserved. Except as otherwise noted, all copyrights, service marks, and trademarks are owned by UBFA.

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    Spinal Cord

    Spinal Cord Injury Specialty Program

    Patient DataCPRRC
    1st Quarter 2013
    CPRRC
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Region
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Nation
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Number of patients: Males 71% - Females 29%2272nana
    Persons Served Paraplegia 15 42 nana
    Complete Paraplegia 1 3 nana
    Persons Served Tetraplegia 6 25 nana
    Complete Tetraplegia 2 2 nana
    Other Spinal Cord Injury 1 5 nana
    Average Age 69 62 60 61
    Admit FIM 67.5 68.2 60.6 60.5
    Discharge FIM 95.5 98.7 87.7 87.9
    FIM Change 28.0 30.5 27.1 27.5
    Average Length of Stay 15 15 16 17
    Length of Stay Efficiency 2.69 2.91 2.23 2.18
    Discharge to Community 82% 86% 79% 75%

    Source: UDSMR

    Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury

    Patient DataCPRRC
    1st Quarter 2013
    CPRRC
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Region
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Nation
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Number of patients: Males 80% - Females 20%310nana
    Average Age 62 58 51 51
    Admit FIM 39.0 53.3 55.2 54.7
    Discharge FIM 62.0 87.1 80.6 81.8
    FIM Change 23.0 33.8 25.3 27.1
    Average Length of Stay 25 22 22 25
    Length of Stay Efficiency 0.92 2.09 1.71 1.68
    Discharge to Community 67% 90% 75% 73%
    Source: UDSMR

    Non-Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury

    Patient DataCPRRC
    1st Quarter 2013
    CPRRC
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Region
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Nation
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Number of patients: Males 69% - Females 31%1962nana
    Average Age 71 62 63 64
    Admit FIM 72.1 70.5 62.3 62.4
    Discharge FIM 100.8 100.5 90.0 90.0
    FIM Change 28.7 30.0 27.6 27.6
    Average Length of Stay 13 14 15 15
    Length of Stay Efficiency 2.97 3.05 2.40 2.35
    Discharge to Community 84% 85% 80% 76%

    Source: UDSMR
    2013 Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation, A division of UB Foundation Activities, Inc. (UBFA). All rights reserved. Except as otherwise noted, all copyrights, service marks, and trademarks are owned by UBFA.

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    Stroke

    Stroke Specialty Program

    Patient DataCPRRC
    1st Quarter 2013
    CPRRC
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Region
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Nation
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Number of patients: Males 57% - Females 43%63200nana
    Average Age 69 68 68 69
    Admit FIM 59.6 60.1 53.6 54.1
    Discharge FIM 92.7 92.4 80.5 81.6
    FIM Change 33.1 32.3 27.0 27.5
    Average Length of Stay 18 17 16 16
    Length of Stay Efficiency 2.35 2.11 2.08 2.11
    Discharge to Community 81% 82% 78% 71%
    Source: UDSMR
    2013 Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation, A division of UB Foundation Activities, Inc. (UBFA). All rights reserved. Except as otherwise noted, all copyrights, service marks, and trademarks are owned by UBFA.

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    Amputee

    Amputee Specialty Program

    Patient DataCPRRC
    1st Quarter 2013
    CPRRC
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Region
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Nation
    04/01/2012 – 3/31/2013
    Number of patients: Males 71% - Females 29%17nana
    Average Age 60 62 63 62
    Admit FIM 90.0 72.6 64.4 66.0
    Discharge FIM 111.0 93.4 90.3 90.8
    FIM Change 21.0 20.9 25.9 24.8
    Average Length of Stay 20 63 14 13
    Length of Stay Efficiency 1.05 0.98 2.01 2.15
    Discharge to Community 100% 100% 75% 75%

    Source: UDSMR

    2013 Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation, A division of UB Foundation Activities, Inc. (UBFA). All rights reserved. Except as otherwise noted, all copyrights, service marks, and trademarks are owned by UBFA.

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    Patient Satisfaction

    Graph of Overall Satisfaction- data in next table

    Source: IT HealthTrack [Copyright 2008 IT HealthTrack, Inc]
    For follow-up from 4/1/2012 to 3/31/2013 on patients discharged from 1/1/2012 to 12/31/2012
    Report dated: 4/16/2013 for Customer Number 454
    ITH Benchmark has Average plus or minus 1 Standard Deviation

    Overall Satisfaction
    4/1/2012 to 3/31/2013

    Discharge by DiagnosisNumber of PatientsFacility AverageITH Benchmark
    Stroke1183.913.84
    Brain Injury673.833.82
    Neuro423.743.80
    Spinal503.893.77
    Amputation443.86
    Ortho253.883.84
    Cardiac243.82
    Pulmo83.713.85
    Multiple243.83
    Debility343.82
    Missing IG243.84
    All3233.863.83


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    Number of Persons Served

    Number of persons served 2012- data in next table

    Number of Persons Served
    04/01/2012 - 3/31/2013

    Total Patients 510
    Males 59% - Females 41%
    Persons servedNumber
    Stroke200
    Brain Injury112
    Neuro57
    Spinal72
    Multiple Trauma6
    Ortho34
    Cardiac5
    Pulmo6
    Other2
    Debility9
    Amputee7
    Med Complex0
    Pain0
    Burns0
    Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation (UDSMR)
    Data for patients 04/01/2012 - 3/31/2013

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    California Pacific Regional Rehabilitation Center

    Acute Rehabilitation
    Regional Rehabilitation services at CPMC in San Francisco feature some of the top-rated rehabilitation physicians in the San Francisco Bay Area and northern California. We provide personalized patient care using the most advanced acute rehabilitation and outpatient rehabilitation therapy available. We serve communities throughout the Western United States including San Francisco, Marin County and all of Northern California.

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