UW Health Rehabilitation Hospital

  • 5115 N Biltmore Ln
  • Madison, WI 53718
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Our program has ranked in the top 8% of rehabilitation hospitals nationally by Uniform Data System (UDS)!    Learn More »

UW Health Rehabilitation Hospital is a free-standing, 50-bed acute inpatient rehabilitation facility located on the east side of Madison, Wisconsin. Our rehabilitation hospital offers specialized programs for people who have experienced stroke, brain and spinal-cord injuries, amputations, complex orthopedic injuries and other conditions requiring inpatient rehabilitative services. Our goal is to help patients achieve their highest level of recovery with a goal of returning home as soon as able.

UW Health Rehabilitation Hospital strives to maximize the health, function, and quality of life of those we serve through comprehensive physical medicine and rehabilitation programs.

We are accredited by The Joint Commission and CARF-accredited for our Comprehensive Integrated Inpatient Rehabilitation Program and Stroke Specialty Program.

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Each patient's experience at our hospital is important to us; we value all feedback from patients and family members. We are honored to be part of the care journey, and we strive to provide the highest level of care. We are incredibly proud of our Google Star Rating and the care it represents.

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Types of Care



A multidisciplinary team of professionals with specialty amputee training, experience, and credentials provide effective and evidence-based care for our patients who have experienced an amputation. We focus on restoring strength and confidence, regaining function and mobility, and returning individuals to an independent and satisfying life.   Learn More »


Stroke Rehabilitation

Our multidisciplinary team provides specialty care to help individuals regain function from the physical and psychological effects following a stroke. Our goal is to help patients achieve the most complete recovery possible through prevention, recognition, assessment, and treatment of conditions related to stroke and its complications.  Learn More »


Our Stroke Specialty Program is certified by The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)


Brain Injuries

Our therapists have specialized skills and training that help them recognize the unique needs of an individual who has experienced a brain injury and provide consistent and structured rehabilitation. We offer comprehensive care to address physical dysfunction, cognitive impairments, and behavioral issues associated with these patients.   Learn More »


Spinal Cord Injuries

We offer comprehensive rehabilitation for patients that have experienced a spinal cord injury, either traumatic or non-traumatic, who would benefit from a specialized and coordinated process to increase their physical, emotional, and psychological abilities.  Learn More »


Neurological Rehabilitation

This physician-supervised program is designed for patients with injury to the brain, spinal cord or nerves. People with neurological injuries or disease sometimes have difficulty moving freely, speaking, swallowing, breathing, or learning.  Learn More »



Our orthopedic rehabilitation services are dedicated to maximizing the medical and functional outcomes of individuals who have experienced an orthopedic injury or procedure, including joint replacements, hip fractures, multiple fractures and more.  Learn More »


Burn Rehabilitation

The Burn Rehabilitation Program at UW Health Rehabilitation Hospital provides a comprehensive approach to the medical and functional needs of individuals who have experienced a burn injury. Learn More »