Kentfield Rehab and Specialty Hospital
Operating as part of Vibra Healthcare, Kentfield Rehabilitation and Specialty Hospital provides acute long-term care to patients in Northern California. The facility maintains a highly qualified staff of physicians with diverse medical backgrounds, led by Chief of Staff Dr. Curtis K. Roebken. To meet the needs of each patient, Kentfield offers a wide assortment of specialized programs and treatment plans, pulmonary disease, catastrophic injury, occupational medicine, and advanced wound care. These comprehensive programs include a full array of diagnostic, management, counseling, therapy, and other essential services.
For nearly three decades, the nonprofit Kentfield Hospital Foundation has helped low-income patients receive the care they need at the facility. The nonprofit Kentfield Hospital Foundation was established in 1983 in an effort to provide care to the largest possible number of patients. Donations to the organization go towards equipment and clothing needed by low-income or uninsured patients, as well as temporary housing for the families of nonlocal patients.
Kentfield Rehabilitation and Specialty Hospital's catastrophic injury program is designed to address even brain and spinal cord injuries, as well as neurological disorders and infectious diseases. Drawing on the expertise of physicians from several disciplines, the facility provides pain management and family-oriented case management, as well as counseling and therapy to address each patient's unique symptoms. The Hand Center at Kentfield treats everything from fractures to repetitive strains through muscle reeducation, custom splinting, and strength and flexibility training. In addition to its inpatient services, the hospital has initiated several outpatient programs for patients with less severe conditions, and occupational medicine initiatives for local businesses and employers.
To gain admission to Kentfield, patients must have completed their initial diagnostic testing and be hemodynamically stable. Typically, patients admitted to Kentfield Hospital require extended hospitalization from 2 weeks to 3 months.