Inpatient Rehabilitation

The Roe Inpatient Rehabilitation Center is located within Livingston Regional Hospital at 315 Oak Street in Livingston, Tennessee. 

The Roe Rehab Center is led by a physician who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation known as Physiatry. The physiatrist’s special skills enable the highest quality of treatment for all diagnoses including stroke, neurological diseases, orthopedic problems, hip fractures, amputations and all other physical rehabilitation illnesses. Most other rehabilitation treatments facilities including hospitals, nursing homes and out patient centers are directed by orthopaedists, neurologists or general practice physicians who are not specially trained in rehabilitative medicine. We at Roe Rehab consider our Physiatrist Medical Director to be the Gold Standard of rehabilitative medical leadership. The Gold Standard that is unique to Livingston, Cookeville and all our neighboring communities!

The following services are available for our patients:

  • Medical Supervision from a physician who specializes in rehabilitative medicine.
  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Social Services
  • Nutritional Assessments
  • Psychological Services
  • 24 Hour Rehabilitative Nursing Care
  • Home Evaluations

Goal of Rehab

Our goal is to help patients enjoy an active life with family and friends as quickly as possible. Our dedicated team of rehabilitative specialists, working closely with each patient and their family, will design a highly individualized treatment plan that is directed towards independence, not limitations. Our patients will work hard, but the effort will be worth it. We keep our patients focused on their recovery goals.

Who Needs Rehab?

The events that bring patients to us change their lives forever. We work closely with every patient to help them regain all that they can to resume functional daily living.

Rehabilitation may benefit persons who demonstrate the following:

  • Difficulty bathing, grooming, or dressing themselves
  • Problems with home management issues (meal preparation, money management, safety, and organizing daily tasks)
  • Difficulty getting out of bed, maintaining balance, and/or walking
  • Weakness and/or stiffness during upper or lower body movement
  • Speech and communication problems
  • Swallowing disorders

These functional difficulties may be the result of:
  • Stroke
  • Orthopaedic conditions (hip fractures, arthritis, amputations, joint replacements)
  • Major multiple trama
  • Neurological disorders (multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, muscular dystrophy)
  • Spinal cord injury

Benefits of Choosing the Roe Rehab Center

  • We are conveniently located within your community which allows for family and friends to more easily participate in the rehab program. 
  • Our unit is not so big that you feel like another number. You get the "personal touch" that comes with being in a smaller unit. 
  • Experienced, trained staff knowledgeable in the latest techniques to assist with your recovery.

Methods of Payment

Our facility accepts most insurance plans including Medicare. We also accept private pay as well as worker's compensation. Our case managers can assist you in determining your rehab insurance coverage.

For More Information

If you have questions regarding our center, please call us at (931) 403-2193 or email Kim Parrish, Program Director.