• About Our Hospital

    Kindred Hospital White Rock is a 25-bed, transitional care hospital providing specialized, long-term acute care to medically complex patients requiring continued care and extended recovery time. We are fully accredited by The Joint Commission, licensed by the State of Texas and certified for participation in the Medicare/Medicaid programs.

    We provide specialized medical services 24 hours a day, seven days a week to the medically complex and catastrophically ill patient. Many of our patients are referred from intensive care units of short-term acute hospitals that require some type of life support (i.e., mechanical ventilation). These patients are referred to us for our proven outcomes regarding weaning from mechanical ventilation.

    Kindred Hospital White Rock is unique in that we are a hospital-in-hospital, conveniently located inside a 228-bed medical-surgical acute care hospital with three medical office buildings on its campus. Because of Kindred White Rock’s unique location, our patients have access to emergent and critical intensive care services as well as advanced diagnostic services without transfer to an off-site facility.

    The most common diagnoses of patients admitted to our care include:

    • respiratory failure with ventilator dependence
    • chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    • respiratory infections with inflammation
    • pulmonary edema with respiratory failure
    • uncontrolled diabetes
    • kidney/renal failure and dialysis treatment
    • skin ulcers
    • skin grafting and/or debridement of skin ulcers
    • infectious diseases – MRSA/VRE/ESBL
    • cerebral vascular accidents pre-rehabilitation

    Specialty Services

    Wound Care

    Patients with impaired tissue integrity or those at high risk for complications can benefit from the care provided by our multidisciplinary care team, including special care for:

    • decubitus ulcers
    • degenerative disease
    • patients requiring flaps, grafts, or amputations
    • burns
    • sepsis
    • cellulitis
    • catastrophic stage III or IV therapy
    • infected wound(s) requiring long-term IV therapy
    • wounds related to paralysis, kidney failure or radiation
    • treatment of diabetic, venous and arterial ulcers

    Pulmonary Care

    Specialized care is provided for patients with acute or chronic respiratory disorders who may have tracheotomies, ventilators or who may require extensive respiratory treatments to maintain normal breathing with or without mechanical support.

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