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New Mexico Rehabilitation Center

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We are a 24/7 hospital, normal business hours are M-F 8am to 5pm, visiting hours 8am to 8pm for inpatient medical rehabilitation patients Monday through Sunday. The NMRC is open on holidays to visitors as clinical staff is 24/7, business offices are closed during holidays.

Located in Roswell, the New Mexico Rehabilitation Center offers a wide range of rehabilitation services, including physical and occupational therapy, speech and language pathology, social services, psychological services and a chemical dependency program.

The New Mexico Rehabilitation Center (NMRC) is a Joint Commission accredited specialty hospital with CMS deemed status certifications. The hospital is dedicated to being a center of excellence for providing safe and quality of care in physical medicine, medical rehabilitation, and chemical dependency rehabilitative services to the citizens of New Mexico.

Inpatient Medical Rehabilitation: NMRC offers the most intensive level of 1:1 inpatient rehabilitation therapy available in the region for patients who have had strokes, traumatic brain/head injuries, spinal cord injuries, MVA/Motorcycle accidents, Hip and knee replacements, and other ortho impairments that affect mobility and daily functional status. Therapy is provided three (3) hours a day five 5 days a week. This includes physical therapy (PT), outpatient (OT) and speech therapy. Other services include 24/7 nursing care, staff physician, dietary, staff pharmacist, and weekly multi-disciplinary team meetings with patient and/or family to discuss needs, goals, discharge planning, and treatment. Length of stay ranges from 2-4 weeks.

Inpatient Medical Detoxification: NMRC has a dedicated eight (8) bed inpatient unit that provides complete withdrawal management care for adults with drug and alcohol related health problems. This program incorporates ASAM 3.7WM. Average length of stay in detox unit is typically 3-7 days. Licensed counselors available for your treatment sobriety programming along with 24/7 nursing care, provider on staff and on-call 24/7 to meet your needs.

Inpatient Residential Treatment: This is a twenty-eight (28) day inpatient residential treatment program that follows ASAM 3.5 for adults who are exploring extended recovery options through daily programming with a multidisciplinary team approach. Program goals include increasing patient’s emotional and cognitive regulation by learning about the triggers that lead to reactive states and helping to assess with coping skills to apply in the sequence of events, thoughts, feelings, and behaviors to help avoid undesired reactions.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): This program serves those with primary substance abuse issues and includes a mental health component. The evidence-based model adopted for use is Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment (IDDT). It is the option for individuals who require structure and support to achieve and sustain recovery while living in their community. The IOP program offers afternoon and evening group sessions to meet the clients’ needs. IOP sessions consist of three (3) hour group meetings three (3) days per week including scheduled individual counseling.


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