Information for Patients and Family Members
UW Health Rehabilitation Hospital
Main Phone Number:
5115 N. Biltmore Lane
Madison, Wisconsin 53718
Thank you for choosing UW Health Rehabilitation Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin, for this crucial step in your recovery. We are eager for you to begin your rehabilitation. In an effort to best prepare you for your rehab stay, we have developed this guide as a resource.
Getting used to a new place can take time, so we have prepared this guide to help you to learn about our Hospital, to get to know our staff and to learn ways to become involved in your care. Please take a few minutes to read the guide as it will answer many commonly asked questions.
- Insurance Coverage
- What to Bring When You're Admitted
- Patient- and Family-Centered Care: Who Are Primary Support Persons and Visitors?
- Visiting Hours and Information
- Where Can Family Members Stay?
- How to Obtain Medical Records/Patient Records
Send a Patient a Free Card
Through our website, you may send a free customized, printed greeting card to a friend or loved one admitted to the UW Health Rehabilitation Hospital. Send a Greeting Card
Take a Tour
If you would like to tour the UW Health Rehabilitation Hospital, please contact our admissions coordinator at (608) 592-8111.
Please keep in mind that even though we are a hospital and operate 24/7, the staff that we have on hand in the evenings and at night are reserved for patient care. We love to accommodate tours, both scheduled and non-scheduled, when appropriate.
Why Rehab in an Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital
What to Expect During Your Stay at an Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility
Life After the Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital
A link to a list of the pricing information about the items and service we provide is available below. This list represents gross charges for individual services and base rates negotiated with individual insurance providers and does not reflect personalized estimates of hospital charges that may be applicable to a specific case nor is it indicative of a patient’s out of pocket cost. In addition, several factors may affect pricing, including, but not limited to the time of selection, additional expenses such as laboratory or professional fees, and additional services that depend on an individual’s specific health condition. The information is not intended to be legal, health, medical or professional advice but merely conveys general information.