With the strength of a unique continuum of care that stretches from Cape Ann to Cape Cod, the Spaulding Rehabilitation Network delivers a breadth of services unmatched for its quality and integration. We believe communication is vitally important in helping to spread the word about the work we do and how we help people recover from an injury or illness.We invite you to learn more about our network:
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital has again been recognized as one the top rehabilitation hospitals in the country, achieving a rank of #4 .
Doximity names Harvard Medical School/Spaulding residency program as top in reputation and research.
Spaulding Cambridge with a grant from the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission recently launched a new 18 month initiative to improve care pathways.
New study shows omission of women physician in academic awards across numerous medical specialities
New study in American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation shows glaring absence of women doctors receiving awards
Message about Spaulding Hospital North Shore (SNS), formerly Shaughnessy-Kaplan Rehab Hospital
A Message from Spaulding President David Storto on the Passing of Mayor Thomas M. Menino
Spaulding Rehabilitation Network is one of two organizations nationally to be awarded as having 3 Model Systems- in SCI, TBI, and Burn Injury Rehab.
Spaulding Cape Cod's Centers for Comprehensive Spasticity Management are offering expanded services to persons living with spasticity.
After surviving a fiery car crash, Muji Karim sustained burns to 31% of his body, resulting in the loss of both of his legs and four fingers.
Retired Marine Sergeant John Peck received a bilateral arm transplant at Brigham and Women's Hospital and rehabilitation at Spaulding Rehab.
Story of Jeff Bauman, Boston Marathon bombing survivor, recovery including his time at Spaulding as a patient made into a film.
More doctors are prescribing exercise instead of medication
Dr. Ross Zafonte supports new regulations by U.S. Soccer Federation to restrict headers to prevent Concussions in young players.
Irene Davis, PhD, Director Spaulding National Running Center, named one of Top 50 Influential People in Running
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