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Welcome to Ballard Rehabilitation Hospital

Getting you back to better.

Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services in San Bernardino, California

At Ballard Rehabilitation Hospital, we’re dedicated to helping people through recovery from serious injuries, illnesses, surgeries, and debilitating medical conditions. We take a lot of pride in what we do, and we consider it a privilege to care for members of our community in a meaningful way through our comprehensive rehabilitation services.

Our top priority is the satisfaction and success of our patients. Our team members take time to get to know patients and their family members on a personal level, allowing us to develop a custom treatment program for each individual based on their specific needs and goals. We empower those we serve to be actively involved in their treatment, exceed their rehabilitation goals, and get back to their best.

IMPROVING LIVES OF PATIENTS

Our services help patients get back to their best.

ACCEPTING PATIENT REFERRALS

Your patient is in good hands in our rehabilitation hospital.

JOINING OUR TEAM

We embrace a diverse workforce of talent. Learn more about our career opportunities.

Elevating Patient Care

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Why Choose Ballard Rehabilitation Hospital?

We encourage you to spend time researching your options for rehabilitation.

Choosing a healthcare provider is not a decision to take lightly, and we want our patients to feel confident that they are receiving excellent care as they work toward recovery.

Ballard Rehabilitation Hospital has been accredited by The Joint Commission and the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). We are accredited by CARF for the following services and specialty programs: Inpatient Rehabilitation Program (Adults, Adolescents, and Children) and Stroke Specialty Program (Adults). Our accreditation demonstrates our commitment to high standards of performance, quality, and patient safety. Our dedicated nurses, physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, case managers, and support staff are all committed to maintaining these high standards.

Please contact us if you are interested in learning more about our hospital or taking a tour.

We would be happy to meet with you and learn more about your needs.

Patient Success Stories

Darryl Wright

Darryl Wright is lucky to be alive. After a head-on motor vehicle collision, Darryl sustained minimal injuries, the most significant being a fractured hip. His injuries resulted in a stay at Ballard Rehabilitation Hospital for inpatient rehab.

Paul Berger

Life after limb loss is an adjustment. Paul Berger is no exception to that statement.

Richard Garcia

Living independently is important to Richard Garcia. But generalized weakness left Richard unable to do so. Requiring the assistance of others to dress, stand, and ambulate, Richard came to Ballard Rehabilitation Hospital to "get my life back."

Rebecca Farmer

On the way to pick up her daughter one day, another vehicle t-boned Rebecca's. The accident left her with major injuries, including fractures of her left leg and pelvis, many lacerations, and bruising of her internal organs. Placed on life support at the hospital, Rebecca was fortunate to survive.

Nelia Pontino

For over a year, Nelia Pontino dealt with numbness in her lower legs. Nelia's symptoms progressed into paraparesis, requiring her to use a wheelchair. Confused at her condition, Nelia visited with her physician who concluded that she suffered from a herniated disc. This caused central canal stenosis and cord compression in her thoracic spine which required surgery.

Andrew Robles

Andrew Robles graduated from Ballard Rehabilitation Hospital on December 14, 2020. Andrew was referred to Ballard from Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles after having a heart valve replacement and a stroke.

Rufus Willis

Fifteen months ago, Rufus Willis tripped into a pothole, injuring his spine. The spinal cord injury left Rufus an incomplete quadriplegic. After his initial hospitalization, Rufus transferred to Ballard Rehabilitation Hospital.

Matt Ramson

As we all know, driving in southern California has its challenges. Motor vehicle accidents are certainly no exception. Matt Ramson knows this first hand. After a devastating head-on collision, Matt is fortunate to be alive. The accident left Matt with multiple fractures in his legs and ribs, as well as a concussion.