Gwen Neilsen Anderson Rehabilitation Center offers people in the Magic Valley and surrounding areas the highest level of inpatient treatment for neurologic and orthopedic injury, impairment, or disorder. We assist patients 13 years of age and older who’ve had a stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, an amputation, or other trauma, as well as patients living with neuromuscular diseases like multiple sclerosis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, or cerebral palsy.
All of our rooms are private and designed to specifically enhance the safety, comfort, and independence of patients recovering from or adapting to an injury or illness. Our team offers:
Your rehabilitation plan will be managed by a team of providers who meet regularly to provide you with the best care. Your family will also be included in your recovery process to ensure that you and everyone involved in your care will feel confident and supported when it’s time for you to leave our rehabilitation center.
Research shows that recovery is optimized when rehabilitation care is located close to home. Having your loved ones nearby and feeling comfortable in your environment helps the healing process. To learn more about the exceptional care offered at Gwen Neilsen Anderson Rehabilitation Center, view our patient outcomes data.
Visiting hours will be determined by your physician and care team, and may vary over the course of your treatment. The hospital can be reached at any time by calling (208) 814-3700.
A forceful head motion or impact causing a brief change in mental status with lingering side effects.
A forceful head motion or impact causing a change in mental status.
A condition affecting the brain and spinal cord that impacts muscle control and strength, vision, balance, and more.
Stroke occurs when a blood vessel in the brain is blocked or bursts. Brain damage can begin within minutes, so act quickly.
Our comprehensive inpatient programs in the Treasure Valley and Magic Valley are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). This means they are striving to meet the highest standards of care nationally. In order to maintain our CARF accreditation, we must regularly share our patient outcomes as they compare to national benchmarks.