Casa Colina is a non-profit, freestanding, community-governed organization.
With incredible support from our community, we have been privileged to
bring the benefits of rehabilitation to tens of thousands of people since
our first patient in 1938. In the decades that followed, we continued
to expand our care to include a state-of-the-art hospital that offers
acute rehabilitation and medical-surgical care, as well as a broad range
of outpatient services that includes specialized physician clinics, physical
therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, neuropsychology, diagnostic
imaging, children's services and even an outdoor recreation program
for people with disabilities. In the pages that follow, you'll discover
more about our
nearly 80-year legacy and the numerous ways we help people achieve optimum health, gain independence
and return to the highest level of function possible.
Above all else, we want to provide every individual the maximum opportunity
for rehabilitation after an unexpected injury or illness, or debilitating
disease. This is at the very core of everything we do here. Casa Colina
is a unique Center of Excellence that provides a culture of collaboration
where medical leaders and experienced physical rehabilitation experts
work together to help individuals steadily progress from one level of
achievement to the next. It's a complete continuum of care designed
for patients at any stage of rehabilitation - from acute rehabilitation
hospital care to post-acute residential and outpatient services that are
conveniently accessible throughout a state-of-the-art 20-acre Pomona campus
and satellite locations.
Where do patients turn for help when they need financial support to continue
their care at Casa Colina? Where does a parent turn for additional support
for his or her child’s disability? The Casa Colina Foundation acts
as a safety net for people who may greatly benefit from Casa Colina’s
programs and services, but lack the ability to pay for them.
The discoveries we make at Casa Colina are destined to not only help our
patients, but others throughout the world. Each year, the Casa Colina
Research Institute conducts clinical research studies to improve the clinical
care of people with disabilities, and discover new findings about disabilities.