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Goodbye Acute Care, Hello, Rehab
Health Behavior News Service | January 21, 2011
Written By: Amy Sutton, Contributing Writer
Given the interest in Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords transfer to a Houston rehabilitation facility, here is our Prepared Patient feature article: Goodbye, Acute Care, Hello, Rehab. Understanding some of the myths and realities of rehab care can help patients and caregivers during this critical transition and recovery time.
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