Today, after nearly two years of planning and construction, Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals, NWA, LLC is cutting the ribbon on its newest, modern, state-of-the art, physical rehabilitation hospital in Rogers, Arkansas. Everest’s comprehensive rehabilitation hospital is centrally located for the entire Northwest Arkansas population to benefit.
For many people recovering from surgery or a severe injury, getting back to “normal” may seem overwhelming, even impossible. That’s especially true for older adults, who often have chronic conditions such as arthritis.
Everest Rehabilitation Hospital, which opened this summer in Longview, seeks to help them overcome these mountainous obstacles on their journey to recovery.
The old adage tells us that if the mountain will not come to Muhammad, then Muhammad must go to the mountain.
This has been true for Temple area rehabilitation patients since the closure of Scott & White’s rehab center nearly a decade ago. Someone recovering from a spinal injury may have to travel to Round Rock, Waco or College Station for an in-patient rehabilitation program, which can put undue pressure on a family. Patients often traverse Interstate 35, the occupational therapy version of the Kongma La Pass, while they are still regaining the ability to walk, much less get in a car.
It seemed a lot of individuals were interested in Everest Rehabilitation Hospital opening its doors for
a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday afternoon.
From the lobby all the way back to the entrance was packed with people.
The $23-million, 41,000-square-foot facility at 23621 SE HK Dodgen Loop will provide the area with
130 new jobs, 36 inpatient suites and two therapy gyms.
Everest Rehabilitation Hospital cuts the ribbon at their grand opening for their newest inpatient and outpatient physical rehabilitation hospital to serve Central Texans for years to come.
The 36-bed, 41,000 square foot, modern rehabilitation hospital is located at 23621 SE H.K. Dodgen Loop (Loop 363), across from Temple College in Temple, Texas. The hospital provides comprehensive rehabilitative services and around-the-clock nursing care to patients overcoming a variety of debilitating illnesses and injuries such as spinal cord impairment, amputations, complex orthopedic conditions, brain injuries, strokes and neurological disorders.
Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals disclosed today that the Texas-based firm plans to build a $23 million hospital in Butler County, which will serve patients recovering from injuries or illness as well as those living with disabilities or chronic medical conditions.
The hospital will be built on 5.09 acres at the northeast corner of Interstate 75 and Bethany Road in Liberty Township. Construction is expected to take 14 months.
Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals, LLC, today announced the plans to construct its sixth physical rehabilitation hospital in the ever-growing Liberty Township (N. Cincinnati), Ohio region.
Everest’s modern comprehensive medical rehabilitation hospital will be constructed on 5.09 acres, just north of Cincinnati, Ohio. The hospital site is located at the northeast corner of Interstate 75 and Bethany Rd. in Liberty Township, Ohio. The construction is planned for completion in fourteen months. Among the amenities, the approximate 40,000 square foot hospital includes numerous uncommon details and 36 private patient bedrooms and baths designed as if you were in a luxury hotel versus a hospital.
Everest Rehabilitation of Longview Ribbon Cutting Celebration
TYLER, Texas (KLTV) - Adding 145 jobs to the local economy is always a good thing. The Everest Rehabilitation Center held a ribbon cutting ceremony to kick off the opening of Longview’s newest state of the art Rehab hospital. The $23 million facility has two gyms, a water treadmill, and 36 inpatient full-service bedrooms.
“Our facility is an acute care physical rehabilitation hospital. Our hospital is designed with a patient to come here with the need for three hours a day physical rehabilitation. You don’t just lay in bed around this physicality, this is a full blown hospital,” said Marc Sparks, President of Everest Rehabilitation Center.
Sparks gave a special thank you to the City of Longview for embracing this project and helping the hospital get set up with utilities.
Everest Rehabilitation Hospital cuts the ribbon at their grand opening for their inpatient and outpatient physical rehabilitation hospital to serve East Texans for decades to come.
The 36-bed, 41,000 square foot, modern rehabilitation hospital is located at 701 East Loop 281 in Longview, Texas. The hospital provides comprehensive rehabilitative services and around-the-clock nursing care to patients overcoming a variety of debilitating illnesses and injuries such as spinal cord impairment, amputations, complex orthopedic conditions, brain injuries, strokes and neurological disorders.
Everest Rehabilitation Hospital Longview LLC, which is expected to admit its first patients in mid-July, is making plans for a grand opening celebration Thursday that will include tours, food and live music.
“The complete facility will be open for people to come in and look at,” said Bobby LaFleur, Everest Longview CEO.
Everest scheduled the grand opening ceremony for 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday at 701 E. Loop 281. The Longview Chamber of Commerce set a ribbon cutting at 4:30 p.m.
Soon, residents of Temple and Killeen in need of physical rehabilitation no longer will have to take long trips down to Austin or up to Waco to receive treatment.
The Everest Rehabilitation Hospital in Temple, 23621 SE HK Dodgen Loop, will serve as a well-equipped rehabilitation facility for Central Texas.
Temple’s hospital will be the second of Everest’s two new hospitals, with the other being built in Longview.
LONGVIEW, Texas (KLTV) - A new state-of-the-art rehabilitation hospital will soon open its doors in Longview, and in process, it will bring more than 100 jobs to East Texas.
Everest Rehabilitation Hospital of Longview will hold its ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony on Thursday, June 27.
The hospital will fill 145 new positions in its mission provide individualized care to patients.
Temple High School students sent off a specially modified Smart car to teach rehabilitating patients how to drive again.
Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals asked the school’s automotive program to help adapt a car to serve its patient care needs. Everest is a chain of rehab facilities that is opening a new hospital at 23621 SE H.K. Dodgen Loop in Temple this summer.
Everest representative Michael Hutka said the new car will be used for in-patient rehab.
“It will most importantly help our patients transition back to the community, where driving’s important to them,” Hutka said.
Everest Rehabilitation Hospital Longview, the latest addition to the city’s growing health care industry, is nearing completion.
Hospital CEO Bobby LaFleur said last week the $23 million construction project is 98 percent done and he expects work to be finished within 30 days. The 41,000-square-foot hospital is at 701 E. Loop 281.
Everest’s comprehensive physical rehabilitation hospital will be constructed on 4.32 acres, just north of Fort Worth, TX in Tarrant County at 955 S. Main Street (U.S. Hwy 377, Keller, TX). The hospital site sits on a highly visible, newly widened road with over 37,000 cars passing daily. The city approvals and plans are complete, and the construction is scheduled for completion in 14 months. Among the amenities, the 40,000 square foot hospital includes 36 private patient bedrooms and bathrooms designed like a luxury hotel versus a typical hospital. All Everest Rehabilitation facilities are identical and pre-designed for the expansion capability of additional private patient bedrooms as the market dictates.
LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) - Ground has been broken and concrete poured, for a needed medical facility that will bring jobs and more business to East Texas. A specialized physical therapy hospital is under construction in Longview off east Loop 281.
LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) -
Concrete is being poured today for the foundation of the new Everest Rehab Hospital in Longview. The hospital will be located on Loop 281 in North Longview and will bring over 130 jobs with an $8,000,000 payroll to Longview.
Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals, LLC, today announced the plans to construct its fourth physical rehabilitation hospital in the ever-growing Northwest Arkansas region. . . home to Walmart, J.B. Hunt and Tyson.
Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals, LLC, today announced the plans to construct a new comprehensive rehabilitation hospital in southeast Oklahoma City, Oklahoma off Interstate 240, near Tinker Air Force Base.
MEDHOST, Inc., a provider of market-leading enterprise, departmental, and healthcare engagement solutions, announced today that Texas-based Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals has selected MEDHOST for its first two Texas hospitals in Temple and Longview.
Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals recently announced that it will begin construction on these rehabilitation hospitals with plans to expand its footprint in the near future. Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals selected MEDHOST based on its service record, successful implementations, and excellent return on investment. Additionally, Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals also intends to acquire MEDHOST's clinical solutions for other facilities as they grow and expand.
Plans for a new rehab hospital have grown in scope, and it is expected to bring more jobs and capital investment to Longview.
Marc Sparks with Timber Creek Capital said Monday that construction on Everest Rehabilitation Hospital — an all-inclusive inpatient facility on East Loop 281 — is on target for next month or October.
TEMPLE, TX (KXXV) - Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals, LLC will soon begin construction on a $10 million inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Temple.
The company's CEO, Jay Quintana, said they are in the process of finalizing the sale of the land and hope to start construction within the next month.
The rehabilitation hospital will have 36 beds to provide inpatient physical rehabilitation to patients who have suffered a stroke, trauma, brain injury or other major illnesses.
"We are looking at patients that fall into 13 categories. We look at motor vehicle accidents, traumatic brain injuries, stroke, amputation, burns, etc," Quintana said.
Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals will bring 57 new jobs to Temple for the opening of the hospital, but that number will increase to 120 overtime.
Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals, LLC announced today their plans to begin construction of a new 36-bed inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation hospital in Temple, TX. The modern, comprehensive rehabilitation hospital will be located at 23621 SE H.K. Dodgen Loop within proximity to the Temple Medical & Education District (TMED) and the Veterans Administration complex. Construction is scheduled to be complete November 2018.
The approximately 40,000-square-foot, $23 million dollar hospital project will provide comprehensive inpatient physical rehabilitation to patients who have experienced stroke, trauma, brain injury, complex orthopedic conditions as well as other major illnesses or injuries.