PAM Specialty Hospital of San Antonio Medical Center is a long-term acute care (LTAC) hospital located within the South Texas Medical Center. This beautiful, modern facility is licensed for 62 beds and has a medical staff of more than 250 physicians. We are accredited by The Joint Commission and Medicare certified.
Our specialty hospital in San Antonio specializes in the treatment of medically complex patients who require extended hospitalization to recover from acute illnesses and injuries. With a wide selection of therapeutic equipment and a team of caring medical professionals dedicated to helping patients reach their goals, we are equipped to serve patients with many different conditions and needs.
Why Choose Post Acute Medical?
At Post Acute Medical, we are passionate about giving our patients the best chance at recovery from acute injury or illness by providing early and aggressive intervention in a critical care setting. Our patients work one-on-one with physical therapists, occupational therapists and other medical professionals for multiple hours a day. As a result, patients at our long-term acute care hospital in San Antonio, TX, tend to have shorter recovery periods, fewer hospital readmissions and better long-term health outcomes. Our quality of care stands out, even among other LTAC facilities.
To ensure you receive the right type of care for you, our physicians create a customized care plan that takes your specific condition and needs into account. We embrace each of our patients as individuals with personal histories and unique health situations and provide the compassion, support and nurturing necessary for them to achieve optimal recovery.
Our Team of Medical Professionals and Experts
The treatment team at PAM Specialty Hospital of San Antonio Medical Center includes physicians, nurses, pharmacists, nutritionists and therapists across a range of disciplines, all providing state-of-the-art physical, speech, occupational, respiratory, wound and psychological therapy. We believe this interdisciplinary approach to long-term acute care helps speed physical, emotional and spiritual recovery.
We also employ doctors who specialize in treating specific illnesses and conditions, which allows us to cater to many different patients. Our physicians are available around the clock, including on weekends and holidays, so you can relax knowing you will always have someone available to assist you throughout the rehabilitation process.
Patients who need world-class respiratory care can also feel comfortable coming to our long-term care hospital in San Antonio. PAM Specialty Hospital of San Antonio Medical Center has received Quality Respiratory Care Recognition (QRCR) by the American Association of Respiratory Care (AARC). This places our facility in elite company — only 15% of hospitals in the United States hold this recognition.
Our Admissions Process
At PAM Specialty Hospital of San Antonio Medical Center, we believe patients should be able to focus on recovery without worrying about admission to post-acute care. For this reason, we assign a patient coordinator to work with patients and their families during the admissions process. Your patient coordinator will assess your needs and work with your primary care physician and insurance provider to make sure the transition goes smoothly.
Many of our patients are referred to us by other healthcare providers. However, we also regularly admit patients who reach out to our LTAC facility directly. We encourage patients considering our long-term acute care hospital in San Antonio to visit us for a tour.
Learn More About Our LTAC Facility Near You
When you visit our facility, you will personally experience the warm and caring environment we strive to maintain. Our staff welcomes the opportunity to share with you the superior clinical outcomes their patients have achieved. To learn more about PAM Specialty Hospital of San Antonio Medical Center or to schedule a personalized tour, please call our hospital at (210) 690-7000.
Main Phone: 210-921-3550
Main Fax: 210-921-3587 Referral Phone: 210-921-3221 Referral Fax: 210-921-3587
5418 North Loop 1604 W 3rd Floor San Antonio,
Ms. Clay Rutherford was admitted to PAM Specialty Hospital of San Antonio after having worsening pneumonia and leukocytosis after her right mandibulectomy, a surgical procedure that is done to remove a portion of the jaw.