Your inpatient stay
Your stay at Attadale Rehabilitation Hospital is designed for your recovery. It is your program – you have to make it work for you. You and your family are an integral part of the rehabilitation program and you are encouraged to ask questions, raise issues and discuss your own personal needs with staff. The rehabilitation team is committed to making your time at Attadale a positive experience for you and your family.
All of our beds are in private rooms with their own ensuite
Attadale prides itself on providing meals, which are attractive, appetising and nutritious. Tailored menus have been developed for specific dietary requirements, modified diets and to accommodate those with swallowing difficulties. Additional nutritional supplements such as high protein smoothies and snacks are also available. All meals are cooked on the premises. Breakfast and dinner are served in your room, however patients are encouraged to enjoy lunch in the dining room as part of their rehabilitation program.
When you are admitted please ask our staff if mobiles can be used in your room. Mobiles may be used in all public areas including the coffee shop. Attadale Rehabilitation Private Hospital does not accept any responsibility for loss or damage to your mobile phone.
You will have your own telephone with a direct line for your convenience. Local calls are free. All other calls will be charged to your account.
All our rooms are equipped with a television.
A 3-day wireless internet access card can be purchased at reception. You need to have your own laptop that is wireless enabled.
If required, a podiatrist is available by appointment. Appointments can be made through your nurse but are paid for privately.
Mail is delivered each day. Letters arriving after your discharge will be re-addressed to your destination.
The hospital does not accept any responsibility for money or valuables brought into the hospital.
You are requested to make your own arrangements for the washing of your personal clothing. Any difficulties you may have can be discussed with your nurse.
We are aware pastoral care may be important to you. Accredited members of the pastoral care team visit patients and are on call to provide spiritual and emotional support to patients and their families if requested. If you require this service, please speak to your nurse.
Each week, the multidisciplinary rehabilitation team has a meeting to discuss your progress and review your goals. An estimated discharge date is set and discussed with you to ensure you are involved in this process.
If clinically required, your Occupational Therapist may conduct a pre-discharge home assessment. Any recommended home modifications or adaptive equipment are funded privately.