PM&R Residency Facilities

PM&R Residency Facilities

Program Facilities

The University of Virginia Hospital:
University Hospital, which completed construction in 1989, is a state-of-the-art 630-bed tertiary care facility and level I trauma center. The hospital serves as the primary site for training during the internship year for PM&R residents opting for the four-year program, and also houses the Rehabilitation Medicine Consultation Service.

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The Rehabilitation Hospital serves as the primary inpatient training site for the PM&R Residency Program. This fifty-bed rehabilitation facility opened in 1998. Along with general rehabilitation beds, it houses specialty units including beds for stroke and traumatic brain injury, and spinal cord injury.
Other services include an aquatics center, outpatient/daytreatment program, overnight ADL suite, and a dialysis center. Inpatient services include speech and language therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and respiratory therapy.

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Located adjacent to the Rehabilitation Hospital, the newly-constructed 50,000 square foot Musculoskeletal Center is designed to provide state-of-the-art rehabilitative care into the 21st century. The facility offers "one-stop shopping" with services including:

  • Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - Academic Offices
  • PM&R Division of Spine and Sports Care - Clinic and Academic Offices
  • Rehabilitation Medicine Library
  • Rehabilitation Medicine Outpatient Clinics
  • Pain Management Center
  • Special Procedures/C-arm Fluoroscopy and Recovery Area
  • Outpatient Therapy Center
  • Prosthetics and Orthotics
  • Rehabilitation Engineering
  • Radiology Services including MRI

Kluge Children's Rehabilitation CenterKluge Childerns Center:
Situated on a 17-acre campus just minutes west of the main medical complex, the Kluge Children's Rehabilitation Center has a 23 bed inpatient unit and operates 22 specialty outpatient clinics which receive approximately 10,000 outpatient visits annually. The center cares for children with a broad range of disorders including muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, myelomeningocele, scoliosis, and neurodevelopmental delay. It is regionally and nationally recognized for its educational and research programs. A sophisticated motion analysis laboratory is located within the facility.