The Progressive Rehab Unit provides care for children up to 21 years of age with acute and chronic illness. We specialize in pediatric rehabilitation and reconditioning, and providing care for patients four years and older in chronic need of tracheostomy and ventilation.
Located on the fifth floor of the main hospital, the Progressive Rehab Unit features ten private rooms, including four for ventilators. Our team includes all disciplines — especially physical therapy, occupational therapy, respiratory therapy, speech and social work — working together to provide high quality, compassionate care for your child. We work closely with other specialists in the hospital to provide coordinated care, including general pediatrics, rehabilitation medicine, pulmonology and more.
Visiting Hours: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Director: Heather Kreulen
Arkansas Children's promotes the health and well-being of our staff, patients, and visitors through a tobacco and nicotine-free environment. All Arkansas Children's campuses are tobacco and smoke-free. Through programs designed to help adhere to the hospital’s commitment to become tobacco and smoke-free, we will make every effort to support patients, families, and staff with the implementation of this policy.
This decision was made in support of our mission to enhance, sustain and restore the health and development of children and to create and maintain a healthy environment for employees, physicians, families and visitors.