Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation Team Supports Local High School Athletes
Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation’s certified athletic trainers (ATC) are skilled and licensed in the prevention, assessment and management of sports injuries, concussions and illnesses. We are honored to continue our partnership with Montgomery County Public Schools to provide athletic training services at 13 local high schools for the 2017–2018 school year.
All ATCs work under the direct supervision of a physician and are on-site for all home athletic events and games at their designated school, providing care to student athletes when necessary. Our ATCs look forward to another year of keeping local student athletes safe and healthy!
New Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Location at Downtown Crown
Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation’s outpatient clinic at RIO Washingtonian is moving to Downtown Crown in Gaithersburg. The new location, which opens this fall, will offer expert rehabilitation services by physicians and physical therapists who specialize in orthopedic and sports-related injuries. The rehabilitation team at Crown will provide patients with evidence-based treatment approaches that are both safe and effective for many sports-related injuries.
Are you experiencing pain or discomfort during or after exercise? Call 240-826-8940 to schedule a free injury assessment screening with a physical therapist.
Adventist HealthCare Hospitals Receive Patient Safety Awards
This past spring, Adventist HealthCare Shady Grove Medical Center in Rockville and Adventist HealthCare White Oak Medical Center in Takoma Park were recognized by the Maryland Patient Safety Center for their commitment to quality and patient safety practices.
Both hospitals had projects in the top 20 submissions for the 2017 Patient Safety Innovation Awards, which the center grants to organizations that make a demonstrable difference in safety through innovative solutions.
Two projects by the Shady Grove Medical Center Neonatal Intensive Care Unit focused on reducing serious illnesses that can affect premature babies. The health system also received honors for work to reduce inappropriate use of antibiotics and to increase compliance of biomarkers, which help evaluate heart function in patients with chest pain or other potential heart conditions.
Learn more about Adventist HealthCare’s quality awards.
Fall 2017 Issue
Table of Contents
- News Briefs
- Traditional Open-Heart Surgery vs Minimally Invasive
- Back to School & Back to Health
- Knee Replacement Goes High-Tech
- Expanding Care with a New White Oak Hospital
- Running Beyond Cancer
- Help for Loved Ones with Behavioral Health & Addiction Challenges
- Specialized Rehabilitation for Cancer Patients
- Silver Spring Explosion Survivor Gives Thanks