Mary Free Bed at Munson Healthcare

Twice the Expertise. One-of-a-Kind-Rehabilitation.

Inpatient Rehab with Mary Free Bed at Munson Medical Center

You’ve had an accident or surgery. Perhaps you have a chronic condition or a serious illness. Whatever the reason, you need exceptional rehabilitation. You’ve come to the right place.

Mary Free Bed at Munson Healthcare is a partnership that benefits you by combining the nationally recognized rehabilitation expertise at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital with the local health care you trust from Munson Healthcare.

Thanks to this collaboration, you can conveniently receive national-level services close to home. From advanced inpatient treatment to specialized outpatient services, we’ll be your partner on the road to recovery.

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Meet Mary

Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital began in 1891 when a small group of Grand Rapids women launched a fundraising campaign to secure an available or “free” bed in a local hospital out of growing concern for the medical care needs of patients with limited financial means. But this was no ordinary campaign – the ladies specifically asked for contributions from everyone named Mary and from those who had friends or relatives with the name. Learn more about Mary.

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Why Ask for Mary at Munson Healthcare?

Rehabilitation is hard work that pays off today – and especially tomorrow. Think of it as an investment in yourself. Whether it’s our board-certified rehabilitation physicians or specially trained therapists, nurses and other clinicians, there’s a common goal: help you get back to the life you love.

We invite you to take a moment to read the information below and hope it helps as you decide where to receive your therapy. It’s your right to select who will provide your rehabilitation. We’d be honored if you choose Mary Free Bed at Munson Healthcare.

Meet Your Recovery Team

Here, the most comprehensive rehabilitative care team in northern Michigan is within easy reach. Meet the experts who can help you get your life back!

Meet the Team

Inpatient Rehabilitation Services

Inpatient rehabilitation is for patients who’ve experienced more complex injuries and impairments that require an in-hospital stay, focused on round-the-clock care and intensive therapy. Learn about our award-winning inpatient rehab unit located right inside Munson Medical Center in Traverse City!

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Outpatient Rehabilitation Services

inpatient rehab in northern Michigan

Have you been sidelined from an injury or illness that’s affecting your ability to enjoy everyday life? Scheduled visits to one of our convenient, close-to-home therapy centers, where our rehabilitative therapy experts can help you address pain, limited mobility, and more. Our nine outpatient therapy clinics – located conveniently throughout northern Michigan – offer a wide scope of specialized outpatient (clinic) therapies including:

  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech therapies
  • And more 

Ready to get started at one of our Mary Free Bed locations in northern Michigan?

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Joint Partners in Rehab

On January 1, 2019, officials at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital and Munson Healthcare launched a joint operating agreement. How do northern Michigan patients benefit? The road to recovery is shorter with nationally recognized rehabilitation right in the region. Known for helping patients achieve outstanding outcomes, Mary Free Bed experts are bringing programs new to the area, providing clinical education and continuing to manage inpatient and outpatient services. Leaders are also exploring the feasibility of building a rehabilitation hospital.

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Jan Learns to Walk

Jan went through inpatient rehab with Mary Free Bed at Munson after her right leg was amputated below the knee. Her positive attitude inspired the entire team during her recovery.

Louis Regains Independence

Louis of Traverse City went through both inpatient and outpatient rehab with Mary Free Bed at Munson Medical Center while recovering from his stroke.