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Lauderdale Community Hospital Clinic

The Lauderdale Community Hospital Clinic proudly serves the Lauderdale community and surrounding areas with outstanding healthcare where we strive for excellence at all times.
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Rehabilitation Department

Our Rehab Department provides high-quality, comprehensive inpatient and outpatient therapy services.


As part of a treatment and rehabilitation process, a physical therapist and physical therapist assistant will stretch, strengthen and facilitate muscles, challenge balance, test coordination, teach home exercise programs, and enhance basic mobility skills.

Neck and Back Pain
Joint Replacements
Rotator Cuff Injuries/Repair
Arthroscopic Knee and Shoulder Surgeries
Ligament and Tendon Injuries
Fracture Repair
Wound Care
Athletic/Work Injuries
General Weakness/Debilitation

Functional Mobility Training (bed mobility, transfer training, gait training, balance training
Assistive Device Training (crutches, walkers, canes)


In order to restore the highest possible level of independence, an occupational therapist and occupational therapist assistant will use purposeful activity or interventions to achieve functional outcomes.

Orthopedic Injuries
Fracture Repair
Joint Replacements
Shoulder, Elbow, and Hand Disorders
Carpal Tunnel
Tennis Elbow
General Weakness/Debilitation
Visual Deficits

Activities of Daily Living (bathing, dressing, toileting, feeding)
Adaptive and Assistive Device Training (reachers, sock aids)

Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation

Lauderdale Community Hospital provides outpatient services.
If you are an individual recovering from bypass surgery, heart attack, coronary interventions (stents), stable angina, or valve replacement, you no longer have to drive to Jackson or Memphis for your cardiopulmonary. We have these services right here at home at your community hospital.
Are you suffering from COPD, Emphysema, Pulmonary Fibrosis, Chronic Bronchitis, or other lung-related issues? The LCH rehabilitation unit is open to help you in your time of need. It is our goal to help you understand your condition and improve your health and quality of life.
Our Director, Michelle Simpson, has 29 years' experience as a Registered Nurse with 6 years dedicated to Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation. She provides one on one individualized attention and education during monitored therapeutic exercise, while viewing the cardiac rhythm in cardiac patients and oxygen saturation in pulmonary patients.
Please contact her or leave a confidential voicemail for any question at (731)221-2473.