We value our relationships with patients, families and referring physicians that are critical to the success of personalized treatment and recovery programs at Bethesda. That's the power of accountable care.
Is your patient a candidate for Bethesda Hospital?
Now offering MyChart Bedside
Bethesda Hospital is pleased to be the first long-term acute care hospital to offer MyChart Bedside. Patients and families can use a tablet-based app in the hospital to see their chart, daily schedules, test results, educational materials, get to know their care team and more. Patients are provided a tablet in the hospital or they can bring their own.
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Bethesda Hospital has decades of experience in reinventing lives. Watch these videos to learn about a few of these stories.
Diagnosed with multiple aneurysms throughout his body, he underwent major surgery to correct the situation, since the rupture of even one aneurysm has the potential to cause death. Following four weeks at St. Joseph's Hospital in the ICU, Richard was very weak and in no condition to return home. Watch this video for more of his story.
Eric Fullarton spent 2008 to 2009 in Iraq. He came home without a scratch. But on December 1, 2010, Eric fell 40 feet through a roof and landed on a concrete floor. Watch this video for more of his story.
In October 2008, Donna aspirated during routine surgery and severely damaged her lungs. She spent close to two months in that hospital's ICU, and then was transferred—while still on a ventilator—to Bethesda Hospital for 50 days. Watch this video for more of her story.
On April 4, 2011, Carol Kraft went to a hospital for a routine surgery. She nearly died ... Watch this video for more of her story.
On a cold February night in 2008, Bob Manteuffel’s life was forever changed. While driving to a restaurant with his wife, he suffered two strokes. Luckily, they were able to safely pull into a parking lot and call for help. Watch this video for more of his story.
In October 2007, Don Obernolte was almost crushed to death by a 1,700-pound tree. Following emergency surgery at a Twin Cities Level One trauma hospital to save his life, Don's next critical stop was at Bethesda. Watch this video for more of his story.
On September 19, 2008 Bob Saunders awoke coughing up blood and struggling to breathe. After being rushed to a local community hospital, the diagnosis came back as ARDS, acute respiratory distress syndrome (which places an individual into respiratory failure). Watch this video for more of his story.
Young at heart…that's how Kim Valois saw herself. So, the idea of climbing up to her children's tree house didn't seem like such a big deal, until she lost her footing and fell 20-25 feet. Watch this video for more of her story.
Schedule family tours
Call the referral hotline at 651-232-2760 to arrange an on-campus family tour prior to admission.
Refer a patient to Bethesda Hospital
Please have the following patient information available at the time of referral: Personal information (name, address) Medical information (condition, cause) Financial information (insurance)
Referrals are subject to an evaluation conducted by a Bethesda Referral Specialist. 651-232-2760 or toll-free 1-800-566-2720