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Community Rehabilitation Hospital North Named Best Physical Rehabilitation Center in Indiana by Newsweek Magazine for Third Year

INDIANAPOLISOctober 12, 2022—For three years in a row, Community Rehabilitation Hospital North (CRHN) has been named the best physical rehabilitation center in Indiana by Newsweek magazine in its annual rankings produced in partnership with Statista Inc., the world-leading industry ranking provider.

The “America’s Best Physical Rehabilitation Centers 2022” listing of rehabilitation facilities, released August 23, is based on quality of care, service, follow-up care and accommodation and amenities relative to in state competition. Rankings use a rigorous methodology which includes data from a survey of thousands of medical experts along with quality measures from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Comm North Mobile“This achievement is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the entire staff here at Community Rehabilitation Hospital North in providing superior care to the patients we serve in our community,” said Eric Aitken, MD, Medical Director of CRHN. “Not only is CRHN ranked the number one physical rehabilitation hospital in Indiana but it is also ranked ninth in the nation, which is an achievement that Community Health Network is very proud of.”

rehab-smartcarAlso, for the first time, Community Rehabilitation Hospital South (CRHS) was included in the listing, ranking among the top 5 rehab hospitals in Indiana. The 44-bed facility located in Greenwood opened in 2018.

Community Rehabilitation Hospital North is a freestanding rehabilitation hospital in Indianapolis that cares for adults recovering from conditions such as stroke, neurological disease, injury to the brain or spinal cord, and other long-term illnesses or injuries. The hospital features specialized clinical programs, an interdisciplinary team of healthcare professionals and state-of-the-art technologies to help those suffering from debilitating illnesses or injuries recover, regain strength and agility, and return home.

Both CRHN and CRHS were established through a partnership between Community Health Network and Kindred Rehabilitation Services, a business unit of LifePoint Health.                                             

About Community Health Network

Headquartered in Indianapolis, Community Health Network has been deeply committed to the communities it serves since opening its first hospital, Community Hospital East, in 1956. Community Health Network puts patients first while offering a full continuum of healthcare services, world-class innovations, and a new focus on population health management. Exceptional care, simply delivered, is what sets Community Health Network apart and what makes it a leading not-for-profit healthcare destination in central Indiana. For more information about Community Health Network, please visit

About Kindred Rehabilitation Services

With more than 30 standalone, inpatient rehabilitation facilities (IRFs) across 18 states, Kindred Rehabilitation Services (KRS) is a partner of choice for many major hospital systems in the creation of joint-venture operations that are industry-leading in clinical and financial outcomes. KRS brings proven rehabilitation management and services expertise to help the nearly 30,000 patients we see each year in our specialty hospitals recover and return home quickly from any of a number of conditions, including stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, orthopedic injury, neurological conditions, amputation and trauma. Kindred Rehabilitation Services is a business unit of Brentwood, Tennessee-based LifePoint Health.

About LifePoint Health

LifePoint Health is a leader in community-based healthcare that serves patients and providers across the healthcare continuum. Driven by a mission of Making Communities Healthier, the company has a growing diversified healthcare delivery network comprised of 62 community hospital campuses, more than 30 rehabilitation and behavioral health hospitals, and more than 170 additional sites of care, including acute rehabilitation units, outpatient centers, and post-acute care facilities. Its 50,000 dedicated employees are leading innovations in care across 29 states. More information about LifePoint can be found at