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What Sets Magee Apart
Magee is nationally recognized for providing outstanding outcomes for the most catastrophically injured patients. Magee partners with Thomas Jefferson University Hospital to form one of only 14 federally designated Model Spinal Cord Injury Centers in the country. We offer the full continuum of care, including inpatient, outpatient and Day Rehab programs. We also offer a community-based Wellness Program and Gaining Ground, an activity-based neurological recovery program.
These days Dr. James Isenberg is a familiar face at Magee Rehabilitation. The mathematician and college professor is often seen motoring down the hall in a power wheelchair with his signature Boston Red Sox hat. He and his wife, Pauline, are part of the Magee family and regulars at Magee events celebrating patient successes, raising funds for support services and interacting with staff.
Daniel Gaines came to Magee for rehabilitation after being injured on the job while working as an arborist.
The accident left the 24-year-old with both spinal cord and brain injuries. As a patient at Magee, Daniel participated in multidisciplinary rehabilitation treatment, including physical, occupational, speech, recreational, and art therapies.
Most people who take a tour of Magee decide to come here. That tells you a great deal, doesn’t it? Come see for yourself. Come see genuine smiles, impressive technology, and the remarkable changes that happen when people truly believe in each other.
We’ll tailor your tour to your needs, and we’ll be glad to see you.