Mary Free Bed’s Stroke Program
The comprehensiveness of Mary Free Bed’s Stroke Program means you can have all your needs met on one campus, no matter where you are in your rehabilitation.
Stroke Inpatient Rehabilitation
Transfer to Mary Free Bed following your stay at an acute care hospital to work on functional independence in self-care, adjustment, and wellness.
Outpatient Therapy Center
If you need further care after your inpatient rehabilitation, Mary Free Bed's Outpatient Therapy Center provides a comprehensive range of therapy services and treatment facilities to help with your stroke recovery.
Adult Clinic Services
Meet with the rehabilitation professionals at Mary Free Bed’s Adult Stroke Clinic for follow-up care and ongoing medical management.
Mary Free Bed has a range of specialty services to help you get back to living after your stroke.
For a pre-admission screening or outpatient medical assessment, please use the contact information below:
616.242.0396 or 800.305.8893
OUTPATIENT & CLINIC PHONE
616.242.0366 or 800.668.6001
Outpatient Referral Form
Stroke Patient Stories
Julie almost lost her determination after a massive stroke. But Julie found strength from her therapists and friend. She found her voice so she could go on motivating others. Read Julie's story...
Father Zink's stroke in 2010 left him unable to stand or walk. Despite the obstacles he faced, he was determined to get back to caring for God's people. Read Father Zink's story...
22-year old Nicole had surgery for a brain hemmorage in 2007 and has been coping with spasticity in her arm and leg since then. SaeboFlex therapy helps her regain function. Read Nicole's story...
Just 5 days shy of her 30th birthday, Sarah suffered a stroke. Sarah's story...
Holly was just 24 when she had a stroke. Read Holly's story...
Sandra felt dizzy and weak but attributed it to her diabetes; when her arm went numb and her leg started tingling she knew something was wrong. Read Sandra's story...
Two local women, Linda and Shondra, were featured in the Go Red for Women campaign because they are stroke survivors. Read Linda's and Shondra's story...