Transitional Rehabilitation for:
- Post-Surgical Care
- Orthopedic Surgical Care
- Cardiac Disease Management
- Pulmonary Disease Management
- Stroke Recovery
- Diabetes Management
- Wound Care
Prodigy Transitional Rehab is located in Edgecombe County and specializes in skilled nursing and transitional rehabilitation. Prodigy is a leader in patient care and clinical excellence in five areas of service:
A comprehensive rehabilitation approach that focuses on short-stay recovery following an acute illness, injury or surgical procedure like a hip replacement, knee replacement or stroke.
For patients who reside at home and visit on an appoinment basis to receive treatment
A continuum of care (medical, social, and housing) designed to support the needs of people living with chronic health problems that affect their ability to perform everyday activities.
A secure form of long-term skilled nursing that specifically caters to patients with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and other types of memory problems.
Temporary institutional care of a dependent elderly, ill, or handicapped person, providing relief for their usual caregivers.
Our focus is providing each patient with a positive rehab experience. Because of these positive experiences, a significant number of our patients return to Prodigy for future rehabilitation needs.
We partner with local hospitals, physicians and insurance companies to support our patients’ goals in their desire to return home to the resumption of a healthy, active lifestyle.
- Beautifully appointed private bedrooms with ceramic tile baths*
- Complimentary cable TVs
- Complimentary wireless internet
- Full-service beauty salon
- Spa room with hydrotherapy bathing
- Furnished outdoor courtyard
- Spacious rehabilitation gym with state-of-the-art equipment
- Individualized menu options
*based upon availability
- Specialized physical,occupational, and speech therapy services available 7 days a week
- Physician/Nurse Practitioner available
- High staff to patient ratio
- 24/7 nursing care
- Pre-surgical reservations
- After 5 pm and weekend admissions
- Assistance and transportation to follow-up doctor appointments
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How long will I be admitted for Rehab? What is the average length of stay?
A: The length of stay/days admitted for rehabilitation depends upon your physician, insurance plan, and individual progress. The average length of stay for an orthopedic patient is 7-10 days.
Q: How much therapy will I receive each day? Days per week?
A: There are several variables that affect this including your reason for admission and physicians order. Residents could require all three therapies: physical, speech, and occupational therapy. Therapy is available up to 7 days a week. Therapy sessions can last from 45-60 minutes each.
Q: Are pets allowed to visit?
A: Yes. Pets are granted visiting privileges provided the pet is leashed or crated and attended by the caretaker. Before an animal may enter the facility, proof of immunization against rabies shall be provided.
Q: Will Medicare pay for my stay?
A: Following a qualifying stay at a hospital, Medicare will pay for your stay in the following manner. On day 1 through 20, Medicare pays 100% of the covered charges. On days 21 through 100 Medicare pays 80% and secondary insurance or private pay will cover the remainder 20%.
Q: What other insurances do you accept?
A: We contract with a number of commercial insurance companies including many Medicare Advantage Plans. Please contact the Admissions Department or our Business Office they will be happy to assist you with your insurance and other financial needs/questions.
“Truly satisfied with the teamwork, patience, assistance and encouragement to boost confidence in applying yourself safely in your desires to get well. Forever grateful. Thanks!”K.H. - Tarboro, NC