Getting you back to better,

so you can be back together.

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Welcome to Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital
of Rancho Mirage

Getting you back to better.

Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services in Rancho Mirage, California

At Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Rancho Mirage, we’re dedicated to helping people through recovery from serious injuries, illnesses, surgeries, and debilitating medical conditions. We take a lot of pride in what we do, and we consider it a privilege to care for members of our community in a meaningful way through our comprehensive rehabilitation services.

Our top priority is the satisfaction and success of our patients. Our team members take time to get to know patients and their family members on a personal level, allowing us to develop a custom treatment program for each individual based on their specific needs and goals. We empower those we serve to be actively involved in their treatment, exceed their rehabilitation goals, and get back to their best.

IMPROVING LIVES OF PATIENTS

Our services help patients get back to their best.

ACCEPTING PATIENT REFERRALS

Your patient is in good hands in our rehabilitation hospital.

JOINING OUR TEAM

We embrace a diverse workforce of talent. Learn more about our career opportunities.

Elevating Patient Care

Visionary
Innovative
Bold
Relentless
Ambitious

Why Choose Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital
of Rancho Mirage?

We encourage you to spend time researching your options for rehabilitation.

Choosing a healthcare provider is not a decision to take lightly, and we want our patients to feel confident that they are receiving excellent care as they work toward recovery.

Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Rancho Mirage has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Hospital Accreditation. Our accreditation demonstrates our commitment to high standards of performance, quality, and patient safety. Our dedicated nurses, physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, case managers, and support staff are all committed to maintaining these high standards.

Please contact us if you are interested in learning more about our hospital or taking a tour.

We would be happy to meet with you and learn more about your needs.

Patient Success Stories

Warren Pfeiffer

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Warren Pfeiffer was a well-established image consultant and hairdresser. In 2009, he opened his own salon in Palm Springs. But Warren was forced to close his salon and isolate at home when the pandemic hit. While isolated at home, Warren began feeling slightly off. He experienced dizziness and a general sensation that something was wrong. Then one day, his life changed when he went to get some water from his kitchen.

Lloyd Bornstein

Lloyd Bornstein went into Eisenhower Medical Center for what he anticipated would be a routine hip replacement. But unfortunately, while coming out of anesthesia, Lloyd had a stroke. The stroke occurred on the left side of Lloyd's brain, affecting the right side of his body and speech.

Rebecca Stone

During one of Rebecca's weekly pickleball games, she noticed something wasn't right, experiencing sensation problems in her hands. The issue progressively got worse. Soon, she felt as if the bottom half of her body wasn't communicating with the upper half.

Andrea Hanna

Andrea Hanna led a busy life with volunteering, working full-time, and completing her Master's Degree. This all changed when she started experiencing weakness, numbness, and pain in her legs.

Freddy Villegas

Freddy Villegas arrived at Vibra weak and unsure of what to expect. His team of therapists made him feel welcome and pushed him to hit recovery milestones.

Geri Devries

Geri Devries suffered three infections that led to three surgeries in hopes to save her foot. After all the pain and struggle she decided to move forward with a below-the-knee amputation.

Christopher Baloga

Before his below-the-knee amputation, Christopher Baloga stayed busy working 60 hour weeks. He entered Vibra's amputee rehabilitation program ready to regain his independence.

Ronald Croft

Before suffering a stroke, Ronald Croft led an active and independent life. He filled his time with workouts at the gym and playing golf at least three times per week. This all changed when, one morning, he began to feel numbness in his left arm.