Carolinas HealthCare System's Carolinas Rehabilitation has the technology, specialists and resources to help you achieve the highest level of functioning, and get you home as quickly as possible. With four inpatient hospitals and more than 20 outpatient physician and therapy locations, we provide complete, comprehensive rehabilitative care.

Quality Care at Carolinas Rehabilitation

Carolinas Rehabilitation is one of the largest rehabilitation providers in the nation and leads in quality and optimal outcomes. CARF accreditation is the top quality award in rehabilitation. With 12 CARF-accredited programs, we have the most in the region, including the world's first CARF-accredited cancer rehabilitation program. 

Learn more about our awards and accreditations

Rehabilitation Programs

Carolinas Rehabilitation offers a variety of condition-specific programs designed to speed recovery regain the highest level of functioning.

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Rehabilitation Services

Carolinas Rehabilitation offers a variety of services, focused on treating virtually any type of condition requiring rehabilitation. Read more about our services.

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Rehabilitation Community Programs and Support Groups

Our community programs and support groups help round out our rehabilitation programs and services, offering additional options for support and recovery.

  • Amputation Support Group: support group for amputees
  • Adaptive Sports & Adventures Program: competitive and recreational adaptive sport opportunities for individuals with physical disabilities
  • Cycle to the Sea: a bike ride that raises funds and awareness for the Adaptive Sports & Adventures Program
  • Project Star: community awareness and education program
  • RENEW Carolinas: wellness program for those with Parkinson's disease
  • Clinical Social Work: clinical social worker support

Learn more about our community programs and support groups.

Rehabilitation Volunteer and Shadow/Observation Programs

Carolinas Rehabilitation offers enriching adult and teen volunteer programs, as well as shadow and observation opportunities. Learn how you can get involved

Rehabilitation Locations

Find a rehabilitation location near you

Rehabilitation Patient Guide

Access our patient guide, which contains helpful information about our services, programs, facilities and team.

Visitor Information: Hours, Lodging and Dining

Visiting Hours

Visiting hours for Carolinas Rehabilitation locations vary. Call 704-355-4300 for details.

Lodging

In addition to many local hotel options, there are two organizations that provide housing for family of hospitalized children and adults – both close to Carolinas Medical Center [include new URL for this facility home page] and Levine Children's Hospital. They each require a referral from Carolinas HealthCare System; talk to your nurse or doctor about options.

Dining

Carolinas Rehabilitation's Main Facility

1100 Blythe Blvd., Charlotte, adjacent to Carolinas Medical Center

The cafeteria is located on the second floor of Carolinas Rehabilitation's main facility across from the elevators.

Hours:

  • Monday through Friday: 7 to 10 a.m.; 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.; and 3 to 7 p.m.
  • Saturday and Sunday: 8 to 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Carolinas Medical Center

Carolinas Medical Center has two dining locations:

  1. The Market Cafeteria – located on the third floor; open 24 hours a day
  2. The Garden Café – located on the first floor; open 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday

These options are also easily reached from Carolinas Medical Center:

  1. Chick-Fil-A – located in the Medical Center Plaza (across the street from Carolinas Medical Center) at 1001 Blythe Blvd.; open 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday
  2. Starbucks Coffee located in Morehead Medical Plaza behind Medical Center Plaza on the third floor; open 5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Friday

Carolinas Rehabilitation-Mount Holly

Hours:

  • Monday through Friday: 7 to 10 a.m.; 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; and 4 to 6 p.m.
  • Saturday and Sunday: 7 to 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

For Providers

Referrals to Inpatient Rehabilitation

To refer a patient to be screened for an inpatient rehabilitation admission:

Phone: 704-355-3558

Toll free: 877-REHAB51

Email us

Referrals to Outpatient Rehabilitation

To refer a patient to one of our many outpatient therapy locations or a physician clinic, complete our outpatient referral form (PDF) and fax to the location you prefer.

Request Medical Records

To request medical records from Carolinas Rehabilitation, please call 704-355-4342.

Rehabilitation Quality Data Sharing: EQUADRSM

Carolinas Rehabilitation created the EQUADRSM (Exchanged Quality Data for Rehabilitation) network to help inpatient rehabilitation facilities drive quality improvement by sharing information, ideas and best practices. EQUADR is the only rehab-specific quality database in the United States.  Learn more about the EQUADR network and why your hospital should join. 

Carolinas Rehabilitation Research and Clinical Trials

Learn more about Carolinas Rehabilitation research and clinical trials.

Interested in Learning More About Carolinas Rehabilitation?

Read the latest issue of Within Your Reach, a Carolinas Rehabilitation publication. 

Residencies

Learn more about Carolinas Rehabilitation Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency and Fellowship.

Rehabilitation Patient Stories

Harshada Rajani

Harshada shares her story of survival and determination to start a new life after a paralyzing stroke. Her determination to recover physical function is only matched by her passion to help others.

Watch Harshada share her story.

Derek Smith

Derek started treatment at Carolinas Rehabilitation after surviving a gunshot wound to his neck. He's made tremendous strides in recovery and now, amazingly, calls himself lucky.

Watch Derek share his story.

Clifton McIntire

Clifton McIntire, a businessman, was used to doing things his own way when he started treatment at Carolinas Rehabilitation. Clifton shares his story on how the team came together with a joint interest in seeing him recover quickly. 

Watch Clifton share his story.

See more patient stories. 

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