"The day before my husband was to be released from LifeCare, he turned to me and said he knew he had been given a second chance at life. For this reason our family will be forever grateful to the doctors, nurses, therapists and staff of LifeCare, whom my husband now refers to as his 'angels'."
-Sharon from Texas
At LifeCare Hospitals, patients and their families are an active – and essential – part of the treatment team.
We believe knowledge is power and we give our patients and their loved ones the information they need to be a part of the recovery process - making decisions, setting goals and working together to make them a reality.
We encourage questions and take a collaborative approach to finding the right plan of care for each patient and tailoring it to fit his or her needs.
Above all, we never forget the individuals we care for are people first, and patients second. We get to know the people we care for and find ways to nurture their body, mind and soul.
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LifeCare Hospitals does not discriminate against anyone on the basis of race, ethnicity, culture, language, socioeconomic status, sex, color, age, national origin, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical and mental disability, or handicap.