To prevent the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), Sheltering Arms has implemented the following safety measures: No visitors at our hospitals except family members who have been asked to participate in person. Sheltering Arms has begun the process of resuming in-person outpatient therapy services. Visit for more information.

Welcome to Sheltering Arms!

From the moment you arrive, you can expect to be supported by dedicated professionals and on your road to recovery. Patients in the inpatient setting will participate in three total hours of intensive physical, occupational and/or speech therapy per day, while those participating in outpatient rehabilitation will follow a schedule of visits recommended by the physician/therapist. No matter what your recovery needs and goals, our team is here to help you find the power to overcome.

To save time and ensure a smooth admission process, please review the lists on this page and bring the appropriate items with you.

New Patient? No problem! Download the forms below, complete them, and bring them to your first therapy or hospital appointment:

Outpatient History Questionnaire

Patient Therapist Agreement

Privacy Disclosure Acknowledgement

Sheltering Arms Patient Privacy Policy

Patient Release of Information

Hospital Visits

  • All medical insurance cards, including Medicare and Medicaid
  • Valid picture ID
  • List of medications, including dosages
  • A copy of your advance directives
  • Any of the following items that you use:
    • Eyeglasses
    • Contact lenses
    • Hearing aids
    • Dentures
    • Wheelchair
    • Braces
    • Prostheses
  • Clothing and personal hygiene items:
    • Slacks or sweatpants
    • Shirts/blouses
    • Sweaters or sweatshirts
    • Seasonal outdoor apparel
    • Socks
    • Comfortable rubber-soled shoes or sneakers
    • Sleepwear (pajamas, robe, slippers)
    • Special soaps/lotions
    • Toothbrush/toothpaste
    • Razor/shaving cream
    • Deodorant
    • Cosmetics
    • Brush/comb

Do not bring valuables such as jewelry and cash to the hospital.

Outpatient Visits

  • All medical insurance cards, including Medicare and Medicaid
  • Valid picture ID
  • Your order for therapy
  • Your insurance referral or authorization should your policy require you to obtain one prior to seeing a specialist

If your visit is covered by workers compensation, please bring your claim number, the insurance carrier’s billing address and your job description.