If you’re looking for a long-term acute care hospital for you or your loved one, we hope you will consider Northern Idaho Advanced Care Hospital. We are the only long-term acute care hospital providing long-term acute and critical care to patients recovering from serious illnesses or injuries in the Inland Northwest.
Patients are our priority. We are passionate about patient care and consider it a privilege to be able to provide services to patients and their family members in the Inland Northwest.
Our specially trained medical professionals work as a team, which is dedicated to helping you or your loved one through the recovery process.
We provide high-level, long-term acute care services to patients in the Inland Northwest. Our efforts have earned us national recognition in respiratory care services, putting us in the top 15% of hospitals nationwide.
We provide long-term acute care services to patients recovering from serious illnesses or injuries. Often these individuals require additional critical care services for medically complex conditions such as trauma, infectious diseases, wound healing, cardiovascular disease, stroke, amputation and ventilator weaning.
At Northern Idaho Advanced Care Hospital, we strive to create healing and nurturing environments for our patients to address medical, emotional and social needs.
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At Northern Idaho Advanced Care Hospital, nothing pleases us more than when we hear from patients and their loved ones about their experiences with us.
“There was work to be done. From the rehab hospital’s nursing director to the kitchen and maintenance staff, all have been like family. I walked out the hospital’s door on Valentine’s Day after a quadruple amputation. It’s been tough. But, I’m alive. I’m happy. How could I want for more?”
“It’s a very humbling experience when you face a health crisis to the extent that I have I am so grateful for everyone – from the physicians to the housekeeping staff to maintenance. These individuals, workers, became great friends and acquaintances and were vital to my recovery.”
“My biggest goal after my stroke was to be able to cook again. And now I can!”
“The care and encouragement I received has affected me and motivated me to serve others. People need to understand that there is life after incidents like this.”
“I was looking for a hospital that embodied the ideals of what I thought rehabilitation should be – and I found that in Greenwood. After my stroke, I could barely move, but after 4 weeks of treatment, I walked out of the hospital.”