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Inpatient Rehabilitation

  • Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute is one of the leading providers of inpatient rehabilitation for people who have experienced injury, pain or disease. Each of our three metro area locations offers unique features and services. 

    Locations

    The hospital-based programs at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis and United Hospital in St. Paul are appropriate for patients who require close medical monitoring and management of conditions that can impact the rehabilitation process.

    The Transitional Rehabilitation Program in Golden Valley can be a bridge between hospital care and home or community living for those who require additional rehabilitation after discharge from the hospital. 

    See our inpatient rehabilitation brochure for more information.

    Making lives work

    Your care team's goal is for every patient to leave Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute having achieved as much independence as possible to:

    • do as much as they can physically and mentally
    • stay connected to family and friends
    • continue to progress toward their personal best.
  • Contact us

    To make a referral call 612-863-4457.

  • Visiting guidelines

    We have restricted visiting guidelines to protect all patients, visitors, volunteers and staff.

    Hospitals 

    • Children, 5 and under, are asked not to visit the hospital (this includes birth centers and The Mother Baby Center), unless seeking medical care.
      • Compassionate exceptions may be considered based on a patient's critical condition/prognosis. Talk to a nurse.
    • All children, ages 10 and under, must wear a mask while in our hospitals. This includes birth centers and The Mother Baby Center.
      • The Minnesota Department of Health has declared a measles outbreak in Minnesota. Your child needs to wear a mask while in our facility to protect his or her health.
    • Anyone with a cough or sore throat, should wear a mask while at a hospital.
    • Mom baby and birth center visitors will be screened for wellness.
    • Visitors who are sick should not visit hospital patients.

    Clinics

    • All children, ages 10 and under, must wear a mask while in our clinics.