About Our Hospital

Kindred Hospital - Greensboro is a 101-bed hospital treating chronically, critically ill patients who require an extended stay in a hospital setting with individualized care plans. We offer a 6-bed ICU and seven negative pressure rooms. We are proud to say that from January to December of 2015, 92.38% of our patients and families said that they were highly likely to recommend Kindred.

Kindred Hospital - Greensboro

2401 Southside Boulevard
Greensboro, NC 27406
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Nearby Locations

Kindred Hospital Greensboro Subacute Unit
2401 Southside Boulevard
Greensboro, NC 27406
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Kindred at Home
3150 N Elm St
Suite 102
Greensboro, NC 27408
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Community Home Care & Hospice - Burlington
2730 Tucker St
Ste 600
Burlington, NC 27215
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Types of Care

When you are referred to one of our hospitals, our team of skilled professionals will provide specialized care to address all of your complex medical needs. Your physician-led care team will visit daily to review and assess your condition so you can recover to the fullest extent possible.

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Recovery and Rehabilitation After a Hospital Stay

When people with complex needs that extend beyond a hospital stay of a few days to a week, both long term acute care hospitals (LTACHs) or inpatient rehabilitation hospitals (IRFs) provide intense, specialized care to help make significant progress on their journey to recovery and help them get…
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Stories of Caring Judiths Story 211

Stories of Caring: Judith Stayed by George’s Side After a Catastrophic Accident

Caring for a loved one is not always easy, but it is an important role in America’s healthcare system. We’re sharing incredible journeys of other real caregivers. This is Judith’s story.
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What You Should Know About PICS 211

What You Need to Know About Post-Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS)

Intensive care can affect a person’s body, thoughts, feelings, mind and interactions with friends or family. As a loved one transitions out of intensive care, they may not have the same abilities physically, mentally or emotionally as they did before. This is referred to as post-intensive…
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A Stroke Left Jim in Intensive Care But Rehabilitation Helped Him Walk Again 211

A Stroke Left Jim in Intensive Care – But Rehabilitation Helped Him Walk Again

Jim suffered a stroke while on vacation in New Mexico with wife, Patty. He had an uphill battle to regain his abilities, but with his determination and dedicated care team, he was able to walk out the hospital and return home. Read more to learn about his miraculous recovery.
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