Company Overview

The name Arbor was inspired by the oak tree’s strength, longevity, steady growth, and qualities of comfort and renewal for those who seek its shade. The wide spread of its branches, each strong and unique, remind us of the many custom programs we have to offer.

Arbor Rehabilitation represents nearly 40 years of rehabilitation excellence. Our owner, Rob Vadas, brings invaluable, diverse long-term care experience since his career started in 1974. Our clients will tell you there is simply no substitute for the wisdom gained from our experience. Our continuing success stems from an unparalleled commitment to those we joyfully serve. Our first priority has always been to provide exceptional therapy so every patient achieves their fullest potential. In doing so, we continue to build long-lasting, value-added client relationships. Rob will often remind us of something his father said to him, “Treat every patient as if it were your mother or me.”

We are leaders in geriatric rehabilitation. Our clients include skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, and continuum care facilities. In today’s long-term care environment, you need more than a good therapy program. Your therapy provider needs to be an experienced partner, providing a proven, systematic approach that helps you manage today’s challenges. That is why a partnership with Arbor Rehabilitation is so valuable.

Arbor Rehabilitation maintains a strong focus on employee development by providing continuing educational opportunities for our employees, as well as training and support for those we interact with in our client’s facilities.

We hope you will find our website informative and will recognize our commitment to authentic, quality patient-centered care provided with integrity in all aspects of the services we provide.

Featured Success Story

OHCA!

Arbor Rehabilitation’s Regional Director Mark Stapleton and Area Manager Margie Wendell host the Arbor display booth at the Ohio Health Care Association (OHCA) annual convention. 

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