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At National HealthCare’s Passport Rehabilitation, we understand that after a hospital stay or surgical procedure, every patient is eager to return home quickly and resume an active lifestyle. As an outstanding community healthcare resource for more than 27 years, we exceed expectations in meeting the needs of individuals who require short-term rehabilitative care following hospitalization.

Our supportive and goal-oriented program uses the latest techniques and treatments, and we are prepared to cater to your individual needs and preferences with therapy customized specifically for you. Our staff of concerned and dedicated professionals will work with you from the start of your stay to map out a unique treatment plan that focuses on exactly what you need.

Passport Rehabilitation facilities are designed to provide accommodations that are conducive to healing with a nurturing and supportive environment that facilitates a swift and healthy recovery. 

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The team at the Reservoir Center for Health & Rehabilitation saved my life! I was admitted to The Passport Rehabilitation Program at The Reservoir to recover from a bout of pneumonia and my CHF. The Rehab team got me out of bed and developed a therapy plan for me. I was on fluid restriction and water pills. I loved the staff here, friendly happy nurses aids and rehab team. I would highly recommend The Passport Rehabilitation Program to anyone in need of their services.

-Ruth Mckee

I had such a great stay and the rehab went so well after my first knee surgery, that when I needed my other knee worked on, I decided to come back to the Passport Rehabilitation Program at The Pines at Bristol. Everyone here is extremely friendly in all departments. The therapy and nursing was so great that I was in and out within a week. I would recommend the Passport Rehabilitation Program at The Pines at Bristol to anyone needing a rehab stay.

-Harry Najarian

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