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Rehabilitation Patient Care Unit

Rehabilitation 1D​

Unit 1D is currently a 40-bed acute rehabilitation unit and 15-bed geriatric assessment unit at the Credit Valley Hospital (CVH).

Rehabilitation is offered to adults with neurological, medical, orthopedic, and cognitive disabilities. Geriatric assessment is offered to the elderly person requiring assessment and interprofessional team involvement are required to enable the person to maximize functioning.

Effective December 4, 2023, the 1D unit will transition from a 40-bed rehabilitation unit and 15-bed Sub Acute Geriatrics (SAGe) unit to a 55-bed Rehabilitation unit and remain under the leadership of the Rehabilitative & Transitional Services. The Rehab Hospitalists will provide medical oversight for all 55 rehabilitation beds, with continued consultation from Physiatry and Geriatrics.

The 1D unit will continue to offer rehabilitation support to older adults with neurological, medical, orthopedic, and cognitive disabilities, using the SAGe principles of specialized, inter-professional care to help optimize medical and functional status.


Patients attend therapies according to their needs Monday to Friday and occasionally on weekends. Therapy is provided by Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Recreation Therapists, Social Work, Dieticians, and Speech and Language Therapists.

Therapies are schedules according to the needs of the patients. The program may last for several days or several weeks depending on the needs of the patient.

Hours of Operation

The unit is staffed by registered nurses (RNs) 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. A coordinating nurse and a unit coordination clerk are at the nurse's desk from 7:00 a.m. to 7:30p.m. Monday to Friday, and Saturdays and Sundays from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Visiting Hours

Daily from 11:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
These times can be flexible in special circumstances, upon discussion with the patient care manager or coordinating nurse.


Q: What do I need to Bring to the Rehabilitation or Geriatric Assessment Unit?

  1. comfortable clothing suitable for exercising in
  2. shoes with a nonslip sole
  3. grooming supplies

Q: How do I know when my therapies will be?
A: Each day your therapists will schedule you for therapy. The therapy list is printed each night and you may inquire at the patient care for your personal list.

Contact Information:

  • Patient Care Manager: 6040
  • Patient Care Station: 4410