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  • Medical Rehabilitation

    With the rapid changes and advances in rehabilitation, CARF's medical rehabilitation standards reflect leadership in the field internationally.

    CARF accredits medical rehabilitation programs in a variety of settings and specialty areas, including:

    • Comprehensive Integrated Inpatient Rehabilitation
    • Outpatient Medical Rehabilitation
    • Home and Community Services
    • Residential Rehabilitation
    • Vocational Services
    • Interdisciplinary Pain Rehabilitation
    • Occupational Rehabilitation
    • Independent Evaluation Services
    • Case Management
    • Pediatric Specialty
    • Amputation Specialty
    • Brain Injury Specialty
    • Cancer Rehabilitation Specialty
    • Spinal Cord Specialty
    • Stroke Specialty

    CARF accredits many other programs within each of the general categories listed above. Please refer to the program descriptions New window iconor further details.

    CARF International congratulates the hospitals with CARF-accredited medical rehabilitation programs that were recognized among the nation's 14 best hospitals for rehabilitation in U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Hospitals 2017-18.” 

    The European Spinal Cord Injury Federation calls accreditation “useful as a quality strategy” in the federation's Statement on the quality of spinal cord injury rehabilitation and managementNew window icon 

    For more information on CARF medical rehabilitation accreditation, please email or call toll free (888) 281-6531.

  • CARF International rehabilitation director honored by ACRM

    Chris MacDonell, CARF International’s managing director of medical rehabilitation and international aging services/medical rehabilitation, was presented with a 2014 Distinguished Member Award and named a 2014 Fellow of ACRM at the ACRM 91st Annual Conference in Toronto, Ontario. Read the news release.

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  • How CARF accreditation helps programs develop sophisticated systems

    Helping create best practices using proven systems and approaches is where CARF accreditation adds tremendous value. The process exposes your organization to intellectual capital and perspectives to which it would not otherwise have access. Read this BB&T white paper to see how accreditation helps your program thrive from a business perspective.

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