Welcome to Reeves Rehabilitation Center
Located in San Antonio, Texas, University Hospital’s Reeves Rehabilitation Center has been one of the South Texas region’s leading providers of physical rehabilitation services since 1994.
Accredited by The Joint Commission, Reeves Rehabilitation Center honors the late San Antonio jurist Judge Blair Reeves and his lifelong determination to master the disabilities he sustained in World War II.
Our Rehabilitation Medicine & Therapy Services
The physicians and nurses at Reeves Rehabilitation Center provide a comprehensive array of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services to aid patients in recovering from injury, stroke, heart attack, as well as surgical or medical procedures. Our rehabilitation services include:
Physical therapy for orthopedic and sports-related injury
Acute rehabilitation for traumatic injuries such as brain and spinal cord injury
Inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation following medical procedures such as organ transplants and major surgeries
Occupational, physical and speech therapy for medical conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis and Arthritis
Our Rehabilitation Facilities
Reeves Rehabilitation Center inpatient services is located on the sixth floor of University Hospital, with outpatient services available at the medical center pavilion directly across from University Hospital. In addition, we have three satellite locations available Robert B. Green Campus, Texas Diabetes Institute and University Family Health Center-Southeast.
University Hospital is the primary teaching hospital for the UT Health Science Center at San Antonio School of Medicine Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. The 496-bed acute care hospital is home to the lead Level I Trauma Center for Bexar County and all of South Texas. University Hospital, in partnership with UT Medicine San Antonio, is recognized by U.S. News & World Report 2012-2013 as the Best Hospital in the San Antonio region.
Living ProofAfter his brain aneurysm, Mark Ackerman was worried he would never be able to play the oboe again. Thanks to the excellent care he received at University Hospital and the Reeves Rehabilitation Center, his music sounds better than ever.
Stroke Gold Quality Achievement Award
University Health System has received the Get With The Guidelines®–StrokeGold Quality Achievement Award from the American Heart Association.