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Welcome to the Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center

Our Programs

No matter your rehabilitation needs, Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center offers a variety of services.


Our holistic approach to treatment helps you or your loved one rediscover a productive lifestyle after stroke.

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Spinal Cord Injury

Our treatment plans assist those disabled by spinal injury to rediscover functional independence.

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Brain Injury

Our program provides services to persons with brain injuries and helps them enjoy the highest quality of life.

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The amputee program provides education focused on topics ranging from pain management to positioning needs.

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We help patients maximize their abilities and lessen common complications after cancer treatment.

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Outpatient Services

Our outpatient clinics  return patients to independence in their home and community.

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General Rehabilitation

This program helps patients regain strength, mobility, and endurance as they return to an independent life.

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We are dedicated to helping restore abilities after joint replacement surgery and extremity injuries.

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We provide comprehensive treatment for your child after a debilitating injury or extended illness.

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CARF accreditation seal

This facility complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Click here to learn more.

Community Programs

In order to enrich the lives of our patients and their families, Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center participates in many events throughout the East Tennessee community.

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The Patricia Neal team was proud to participate in the 2017 Greater Knoxville Heart Walk to benefit the American Heart Association. We had a great time coming together to help fight heart disease and stroke. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Pat Neal Rehabilitation Center Orthopedic Program is dedicated to providing services to persons who have undergone hip and knee replacements, multiple traumas, suffered lower extremity fractures, undergone recent lower or upper extremity amputations, or have had other orthopedic procedures such as spinal fusion surgery. Learn more: ... See MoreSee Less

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We know that navigating the hospital can be a bit challenging, but thanks to our new Ask Me! Volunteers, we can help you find your way. Look out for volunteers wearing the Ask Me button the next time ...

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About the Center

Click here to learn more about the Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center or to view the virtual tour.

Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center News

  • Knoxville News-Sentinel Cortney Roark September 5, 2017 Dr. Mary Dillon, medical director at the Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center,...

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  • Fort Sanders Regional recently announced the 2017 recipients of the hospital’s annual Clinical Excellence in Nursing Awards. More than...

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  • A Festival for All - IRC Pat Neal

    With the support of our Innovation Recreation Cooperative, attendees of Lenoir City’s Festival of Friends proved that the water...

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  • Shelby Smith and Lisa McBride

    Patient Tackles Outpatient Therapy with Expert Care and Upbeat Attitude A lot can happen in four months. Just ask...

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  • Covenant Health has again been named one of “America’s Best Employers” by Forbes magazine and is  the highest-ranking Tennessee...

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  • It was the first day of September and Jim Cogdill was on his way to work at the car...

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  •   Rob Crawford stepped off a ledge in a leap of faith – but instead he crashed 55 feet...

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  • Although it’s been more than two years since Melanie Kyte, now 32, was stricken with the neurological disorder Guillain-Barré...

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