We understand that hospital stays are getting shorter, while the type of care required for full recovery is the same. Before returning home, patients may need additional care and rehabilitation. Our team of dedicated professionals is ready to assist those in need of post-hospital care, especially those recovering from one of the following conditions:
- Chronic disease
- Heart complications
- Neurological conditions
- Orthopedic injuries
- Replacement surgeries
- Various pulmonary conditions
Providence Anderson Post-Acute offers patients requiring a post-hospital stay a higher level of skilled care and rehabilitation delivered by our specialized staff. We are committed to assisting our patients in reaching their goals with understanding and dedication. Our unique environment is designed to meet the needs of those requiring a short-stay for rehabilitation while transitioning from hospital to home. Our interdisciplinary team of therapists deliver post-acute services focused on maximizing patient goals in a shorter period of time.
Meet our Short-Term Rehabilitation Program Director
We are pleased to welcome Dr. Stephen Wright as the short-term rehabilitation program director for our Post-Hospital stay residents. He will be available to round on all his patients 7 days a week to ensure timely follow up and convenience during your temporary stay.
Dr. Stephen Wright is a lifelong resident of Madison County. He was born in Anderson and spent his formative years on a farm in Alexandria, graduating salutatorian in 1969. He graduated from Purdue University in pre-med/biology in 1973 and from IU Med School in 1978. After a 3 year residency in Family Practice at St. Francis Hospital in Beech Grove he came back to Madison County to set up practice in 1981. He has been in Lapel since 1982 and now practices with two wonderful partners; Dr. Katherine Callahan DNP and Cindy Foster MA in there current location since 2014. He also is Madison County Health Officer, does Medical Director work for Kindred Hospice, is Medical Director for all the Hancock County Urgent Cares, spent 2 years in the Community Hospital Advanced Wound Care Center, and is now coming on as Medical Director of the new Provident Transitional Care Unit.
He has a son, Brandon, who works for Rowland Graphics in Noblesville as a graphic designer. They continue the Wright family tradition of following all forms of auto racing – from Midgets to NASCAR to Indy Car to Formula One. In his free time (!) he plays piano, does photography, reads military history, and shoots a variety of firearms – mainly for target practice. He has qualified Master in high power rifle and is Sharpshooter in Bullseye pistol and loves to shoot clay targets. If it goes click or Bang! he likes it.