Patient Outcomes

Baptist Rehab-Germantown  Success Rate Beats the National Average

Baptist Rehabilitation-Germantown patients average a 23.9 point improvement from admission score to discharge score in the most widely accepted functional assessment measurement in use in the rehabilitation community, the FIM™ score. This score is higher than both the regional and national averages.

The FIM™ instrument is a measurement of severity of disability. It utilizes 18 items measured on a 7-level scale from dependence (1) to independence (7). These items are measured upon admission, throughout the patients' stay and at discharge and allows us to track and measure outcomes. The goal is to demonstrate an overall increase in the FIM score and steady change throughout the stay.

FIM scoring takes into account factors such as safety risks and whether a helper or assistive devices is needed.

Measurement Categories

  • Eating
  • Grooming
  • Bathing
  • Dressing Upper Body
  • Dressing Lower Body
  • Toileting
  • Bladder Assistance
  • Bowel Assistance
  • Bed, Chair, Wheelchair Transfers
  • Toilet Transfer
  • Tub/Shower Transfer
  • Walk/Wheelchair Mobility
  • Stairs
  • Comprehension
  • Expression
  • Social Interaction
  • Problem Solving
  • Memory

Contact Us

Baptist Rehabilitation-Germantown

2100 Exeter Rd.
Germantown, TN 38138



CARF Accreditation

In 2010, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) accredited nine Baptist Rehabilitation-Germantown programs for the maximum of three years. CARF offers the highest accreditation a rehabilitation hospital can achieve.

Learn more by reading our CARF press release or information about our accredited programs.