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WVU Medicine to open Outpatient Rehabilitation Center

The new WVU Medicine Outpatient Rehabilitation Center is expected to open June 3, providing care for patients recovering from injuries or illnesses.

The Center will house physical, occupational, and speech therapy services. Treatment options will include aquatic therapy, manual and exercise-based therapies, soft tissue and joint mobilization, post-surgical care, stroke care, functional capacity evaluations, lymphedema care, and more.

“We are excited to unveil this new Center and expand access to high-quality rehabilitation services for our patients,” Jennifer Kostik Johnson, DPT, MBA, MHA, MS, ATC, WVU Medicine Outpatient Rehabilitation Services director, said. “This facility is equipped with the latest technology and staffed by a team of experienced therapists who are committed to helping patients achieve their optimal level of function.” Plans for the Outpatient Rehabilitation Center were announced in August 2023, when the West Virginia University Health System Board of Directors approved $177.4 million in capital projects.

“We are always adding new providers and services to our outpatient clinics throughout the state and region based on the needs of our patients in those areas,” Darin Rogers, chief ambulatory officer for WVU Medicine, said. “Adding this state-of-the-art rehabilitation facility in Morgantown will fill a void in our continuum of care and further enhance the world-class care we provide.”

For more information on the WVU Medicine University Town Centre, visit WVUMedicine.org/UTC.