Service Area for Courage Center
Overall Rating 3.4 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Scott Hart★★★★★ a month ago
I met Satan here, his name - Dr. Sarah Elert. A being of pure evil
To the Point★★★★★ 11 months ago
The pool is wonderful and therapeutic for my chronic pain. Courage Center is not a SPA or GYM. It exists for people with disabilities. It is basic with no bells and whistles.
robert muminovic★★★★★ 5 months ago
Terrible Clinic , customer service is never there to take the call RN acts as a doctor in some cases , just unpleasant bunch of things that's been put in a place just because:(
Heidi Vardeman★★★★★ 2 years ago
Since his spinal cord injury my husband has been cared for at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (quite good), N. Fulton Hospital rehab in Atlanta (awful), and now the Courage Center (absolutely wonderful). This is just a great place. Physical and occupational therapies are well done, the in-house physical medicine doctors listen carefully to the patient and work together to adjust medication and other treatments. Even the food is not too bad. There is a lovely patio outside of the dining hall overlooking a golf course and gas grills for family cook outs. Pets are allowed at any time. Our daughter and my husband recently planted a vegetable garden. The Courage Center is a venerable charitable institution in the Twin Cities so the patients not only benefit from Minnesota's much-better-than-average medical system but from great many donations from people, corporations, and foundations. For example, the Courage Center has six FES machines which were donated by the Christopher Reeve Foundation. It is rare that someone would have experienced rehab in three different states, but my husband has. . .and he can testify that the Courage Center is head and shoulders better than anywhere else. Of course, there are problems with staffing (this is an extremely labor intensive project) but they are trying really hard. The nurses, rehab aids, therapists, food service people and the housekeeping staff all seem really to like their jobs and try to give as much time to the residents as possible.
Hack Man★★★★★ a year ago
Good facility. Pool is often over-crowded, but has a good selection of floats. One lifeguard looks like she REALLY doesn't want to be there and looks like she is disgusted by the people with disabilities.