About Fox Subacute Centers

Fox Subacute is a skilled nursing facility in PA that specializes in pulmonary, neurological, and rehabilitative care for patients with degenerative neurological and neuromuscular disease; and pulmonary care and ventilator requirements with an emphasis on vent weaning.  Fox is a spinal cord injury treatment center, brain injury treatment center, and offers short and long term rehabilitation services customized to each patient’s individual needs.

Since 1985, Fox Subacute has gained a stellar reputation as an industry leader.  Our highly trained team will ensure that our patients receive proper overall care based on their own specific needs. We pride ourselves in upholding the highest standards of caring for the medically complex patient while meeting and exceeding state and federal regulations.

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At Fox Subacute, we understand the difficulty and concerns you face when choosing the best facility for your loved one. We can help.

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One of the main advantages to patient care at Fox Subacute is our close-knit partnerships with regional hospitals and healthcare facilities.

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Recent Blog Posts

Stick With Your Physical Therapy Program: It Will Be Worth It!

May 18th, 2016|0 Comments

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Occupational Therapy vs. Physical Therapy

May 11th, 2016|0 Comments

When you’re working with numerous specialists during your rehabilitation journey, it can be confusing to keep track of what each person does. This is especially true if you’re not already familiar with each of the [...]

Four Benefits Of Playing Music During Ventilator Weaning

May 4th, 2016|0 Comments

Take a deep breath, now take another. Comes easy doesn't it? Sometimes we take things like this for granted, because it comes so naturally. When you have a loved one on a ventilator following serious [...]