Ivy Hill is in the residential neighborhood of Wyndmoor, PA, where you’ll find plenty of local businesses, restaurants, and parks to enjoy. We’re surrounded by parks, including Wissahickon Valley Park, Curtis Arboretum, and Carpenter’s Woods.
We’re proud of our reputable disease management programs that focus on multidisciplinary communication for effective recovery and treatment. Expert therapists provide aggressive rehabilitation services seven days a week alongside our subacute medical care, stroke recovery, and wound care.
Ivy Hill has also instilled cultural awareness program to serve the Asian population in Wyndmoor. The Philadelphia-Montgomery County area is home to Chinese, Vietnamese, and Korean cultures, so we’ve addressed their cultural needs to ensure proper treatment. Our program addresses communication, dietary, social, and spiritual components to ensure your medical needs are met.
Long Term Care
We emphasize symptom awareness and monitoring and encourage our patients to do the same through our education programs. Learning to spot the signs of complications early on will help prevent further exacerbations.
- In-house critical episode management
- Readmission mitigation program
- Fully stocked crash carts
- On-site EKGs
- Advanced CPR
- Lab and X-ray services
- Tracheostomy care
- IV placement, administration, and port management
- PICC/Midline insertion and management
- CPAP and BiPAP
- Vitals monitoring
- Palliative care
- Wound care administered by a certified wound nurse
- Isolation patient management
Our rehabilitation services run the gambit from strength and balance training to stroke recovery. Ivy Hill offers physical, occupation, and speech therapies, and VitalStim Therapy to mitigate dysphagia.
Our stroke recovery care provides interactive equipment that assesses and treats unique deficits. Our staff monitors each therapy session and produces progress reports to ensure each patient receives the necessary treatment. We utilize the Bideox Balance Machine and NuStep Recumbent Cross Trainer to address balance issues and physical/occupational therapy.
- Fall prevention
- Prosthetics and orthotics fitting/training
- Massage/myofascial release
- Electrical stimulation and ultrasound
- Gross and fine motor coordination
- Cognitive therapy
- Aphasia therapy
- Adaptive equipment training