Swing Bed ProgramGet Your REHAB at ECMH! El Campo Memorial Hospital Offers A New Program...
Swing Bed (Skilled Nursing/Rehabilitation)
If you have been hospitalized and are being discharged to a rehabilitation facility, you have the choice to come to El Campo Memorial Hospital for that REHAB Care!
The purpose of the Swing Bed Program is to allow a patient to stay in the hospital for a longer period of time and be under the observation and care of a physician and nurse.
The ECMH Discharge Planner and a Physician will evaluate the patient and if certain criteria are met, the patient/or significant other will be given the opportunity to decide to transfer over to this program. Current ECMH patients will not be changing rooms and the care provided will not be disrupted. Out of town hospitalized patients can be transferred to the ECMH Swing Bed Program by contacting the Discharge Planner.
ECMH's Swing Bed Program is to assist patients in improving their physical, emotional and social function to become as independent as possible. Daily activities are provided to patients in the Swing Bed Program. ECMH Swing Bed Program is an alternative to short term Nursing Home Rehabilitation Care.
ECMH Swing Bed is a Medicare sponsored program that "swings" patients from acute care to skilled care who need temporary and transitional care.
If you have any questions regarding the Swing Bed Program, please notify Stacey Silvas, ECMH Discharge Planner and she will be happy to assist you...979-578-5113.
Not all patients are entitled to be on the Swing Bed Program. Certain criteria must be met.
El Campo Memorial Hospital (ECMH) and its predecessor have been providing the highest quality medical care in El Campo for over 68 years, and at the current location since 1979.The hospital is accredited by state and federal regulations (Medicare/Medicaid). Patient Billing: Various physicians involved in your care at ECMH will bill you directly for their services. These may include your anesthesiologist, emergency room physician(s), radiologist, pathologist, cardiologist or other consulting physician during your ER visit or hospital stay. Please remember that some physicians are private practitioners (contracted by ECMH and not an actual employee of ECMH) and may not be a provider on your specific managed care plan.