We provide personalized, compassionate care that enables individuals to regain hope and independence after a life-changing injury or illness.
RHI leads in the practice of rehabilitative medicine through internationally-recognized translational research, innovative and patient-centered care, and holistic training.
We will achieve this vision through the following:
Our History and Values
Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana opened in 1992 as a community collaboration between Methodist Hospital of Indiana and St.Vincent Hospital and Health Care Center. Today RHI derives its strength from its co-ownership by the two largest not-for-profit healthcare systems in Indiana - St.Vincent Health and Indiana University Health.
We believe that in rehabilitation, the medicine we use is people. Our physicians, nurses, therapists and staff work in collaboration with our patients and their families to reclaim, rebuild and repair their quality of life. Our values stem from our heritage and reflect the principles of the United Methodist and Roman Catholic churches. These values define how we interact with each other, our patients, and our community.
Integrity – Treating each individual with dignity and respect
Innovation – Pioneering research leading to better outcomes
Compassion – Providing an empathetic and healing environment
Teamwork – Empowering employees
Service – Providing community outreach and advocacy for individuals with disabilities through our staff, physicians, and the RHI Foundation.