Outpatient rehabilitation is a form of therapy where patients travel to a clinic or hospital to attend sessions and then return home the same day. Typically, a therapy session lasts from 30 minutes to an hour. When patients are admitted into outpatient programs, it shows that the patients are doing well enough to be home, and their doctors have confidence in them completing their course of therapy through outpatient rehabilitation.
South Georgia Medical Center provides a number of comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation services across two convenient locations—at the main campus in Valdosta and at SGMC Lanier Campus in Lakeland.
Services offered at SGMC’s main campus:
Services offered at SGMC Lanier Campus:
- Speech Language Pathologists for cancer patients who have swallowing difficulties after head and neck cancer
- Modified Barium Swallow Studies for anyone with swallowing difficulties or suspicion of swallowing disorders
- Physical Therapy Whirlpool Treatments for our Wound Care patients on an outpatient basis
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy