Program Overview: 

rehabilitation services photoRehabilitation

Rehab services strives to meet the rehabilitation needs of inpatient clients and outpatient clients of Timmins and District Hospital. Clients/patients are referred by area physicians, specialists and local employers. Comprised of four disciplines: speech pathology, occupational therapy, physiotherapy and kinesiology client needs are effectively met. Client needs may include but are not limited to injury assessment and treatment, post surgical treatment, conditioning, cardiac, return to work or daily activities programs, treating skin conditions, worksite analysis or adaptation, swallowing or speech assessment, stroke rehab, work readiness and functional assessments. Some of our services require third party payer. Rehab Services has a well equipped supervised gym. Memberships can be purchased by both staff and the general public. Our main office is located on the ground floor at the rear of the hospital. We can be contacted at 705-267-6394.

Rehab and Workfit

The Workfit Centre provides a broad range of services such as a community clinic, conditioning program, worksite analysis, functional abilities evaluation, multi-disciplinary health care assessment, job compatibility screening, industrial rehabilitation, personal fitness testing, employee wellness and physiotherapy.

Referral Information: 

In-patient Services

Inpatient Rehabilitation Referral Form

Out-patient Services

Out-patient services including Secondary Stroke Prevention Clinic, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Speech Language Therapy can be accessed through a referral from a physician, nurse practitioner or a specialist

Speech Language Pathology

A physician referral is required for an out-patient Modified Barium Swallow Study; please have your physician or nurse practitioner complete the referral form and fax it to us at 705-267-6308. Please bring your Ontario Health Card with you.


Speech-Language Pathology Out Patient Referral Form

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