Welcome to Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation – Dallas
Our flagship hospital, Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation – Dallas, is a nationally-recognized, 92-bed rehabilitation hospital located on the campus of Baylor University Medical Center. Known for its consistent, high-quality patient care, exceptional patient outcomes and research that is making a positive difference in the lives of patients, Baylor Scott & White Rehab – Dallas is a trusted leader in rehabilitation care.
Hospital Accreditations & Certifications
Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)
The Joint Commission
Inpatient Rehabilitation - Adults
Inpatient Rehabilitation - Children & Adolescents
Inpatient Rehabilitation Program - Brain Injury Specialty (Adults)
Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital Accreditation
Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program Certification
Home Care Certification
Patient Outcomes By The Numbers
How We Measure Our Outcomes
Our clinical outcomes are a direct reflection of the care we provide our patients. We never stop trying to improve patient outcomes, whether it's through our research or the quality care we provide our patients. By using these trusted third-party metrics, we can measure whether or not we are providing our patients with the care they deserve.
Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation – Dallas is located on the Baylor University Medical Center campus and connects via tunnel to a Level 1 trauma center. Our proximity to BUMC gives patients access to over 600 specialists who are available for consultation when needed. We have the largest inpatient rehabilitation aquatics center in North Texas, and a large community therapy center where your team of therapists will work with you during recovery.
Join a Support Group
We have several support groups dedicated to helping you adapt and maintain your independence long after you leave our hospital.
909 N. Washington Ave.
Dallas, TX 75246
Phone | 214.820.9300
Fax | 888.529.8456
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