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San Bernardino, CA
Children's Subacute Center - Community Hospital of San Bernardino - San Bernardino
1676 Medical Center Drive
, CA 92411
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Services We Offer
Tracheostomy Tube and Ventilator Dependent
People who have breathing problems may have a tracheostomy and may also need breathing support from a mechanical ventilator. Tracheostomy tube cuff remains inflated (these patients are often ventilator dependent) with use of separate air sources for ventilation and phonation. Specialty cannula, allows for voicing while tracheostomy tube cuff remains inflated
Wound care involves every stage of wound management. This includes diagnosing wound type, considering factors that affect wound healing, and the proper treatments for wound management.
Child Life Activity & Educational programs
The Children’s Subacute Center is built around caring for the whole child, and that means providing emotional, physical, and intellectual care, as well as medical. From the built-for-children Snoezelen Room’s sensory therapy to ongoing activity and educational programming, the whole child is wholly considered.
Outpatient Therapy: Physical, Occupational & Speech
Outpatient therapy services make it possible for people to access physical, occupational, and speech therapy without the need to be admitted to a hospital. Outpatient therapy can be offered by a clinic located in the hospital or a separate facility.
Resident and Family counseling and support
Having a child with a long-term, clinically complex condition is emotionally and psychologically challenging — not just for the child, but for those who love them and manage their care. We provide on-site counseling and other support services for the resident patient, as well as their family.
Resident and Family specialized care education/training
We know care for your child doesn’t stop at our walls, and we work to set your family up for success and the highest possible quality of life outside of, and after, our direct care. We educate the resident patient and their family/caretakers about the child's specific condition, as well as train them with the specialized approaches they’ll need to best manage it.
About Children's Subacute Center - Community Hospital of San Bernardino - San Bernardino
Children's Subacute Center - Community Hospital of San Bernardino - San Bernardino offers many services, including subacute specialty doctors and nurses, long-term care for clinically complex conditions, and home-like environment with multi-sensory room. Visit Children's Subacute Center - Community Hospital of San Bernardino - San Bernardino located at 1676 Medical Center Drive, San Bernardino, CA. As part of the Dignity Health network, Children's Subacute Center - Community Hospital of San Bernardino - San Bernardino is dedicated to delivering high quality, compassionate care and access to San Bernardino and nearby communities.
Conditions We Treat
Cardiac conditions are any disorder that affects the heart. Many cardiac conditions can be inherited.
Congenital Birth Defects
Congenital birth defect is a physical or functional abnormality present from birth and caused by genetic inheritance or chromosomal disorders. Birth defects are not the result of any events or occurrences during pregnancy or birth time
Premature Birth Complications
A baby born before 37 weeks is considered premature, but the complications of premature birth increase the earlier the it takes place. The most common complications include difficulties with breathing; blood conditions like sepsis, anemia, and jaundice; heart problems; and trouble regulating temperature. Premature birth also generally requires a longer stay in the hospital.
Traumatic Brain Injury
A traumatic brain injury is an injury to the brain due to a severe blow or jolt to the head. This type of injury is common in car accidents and as a sports injury and causes a disruption to the normal functioning of the brain. Symptoms can be delayed or immediate and can include such things as blurred vision, confusion, and difficulty concentrating.