St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Services Celebrates New Location with Ribbon Cutting
St. Luke’s celebrated the opening of St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Services new home with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Occupational, physical, and speech therapy services for adults and children are now located in St. Luke’s 9th Avenue Suites on St. Luke’s main campus. A few highlights of the space include:
- A brand-new gym and exercise equipment
- A mental health occupational therapy room
- A new space for pediatric rehabilitation, including a climbing wall
- Overhead tracking system for advanced training and safety
- A kitchen for occupational therapy patients to practice daily living skills
St. Luke’s employees are also able to use the gym to improve their health and well-being. Along with using the equipment, free employee yoga classes are offered thanks to a grant from the Minnesota Department of Health’s Office of Rural Health and Primary Care.
“Whether someone is seeing us for an athletic injury, because of a stroke or after a traumatic brain injury, this new space is equipped to better serve our patients’ needs on their path to healing,” St. Luke’s Director of Rehab Services Brett Osborne said. “Having this expansive new space and new equipment ensures everyone has a high-quality experience.”
More than $800,000 was invested into the remodel. Johnson Wilson Construction, Don Holm Construction and Scalzo Architects were among the contractors on the project.