Explore Our Hospital

Our hospital has a lot to offer you and your loved one on the journey to improved health. Please check out our virtual tour, photo gallery and more to get a better understanding of where you and your loved one will be during the stay. If you have any questions about visitation that is not mentioned in the Visitor Information section, please be sure to give us a call!

Virtual Tour

Kindred Hospital - South Florida Ft. Lauderdale is excited to offer this virtual tour of our building.


Photo Gallery

Building 2 still-1 Ft Lauderdale Building 1 still Lobby 2 still Lobby 1 still Dining Area still Lab still 1 Lab still 3 Hallway still O R still Patient Room still Rehab still 1 Rehab still 3 Waiting Area still

Visitor Information

Cafeteria

Our cafeteria is located on the first floor and is open seven days a week, offering cold cereal in the morning and a hot meal for lunch; as well as vending machines, which are also available in the cafeteria.

Parking

Visitor parking is provided in designated areas of the hospital lot, including spaces for handicapped parking. While we strive to keep all areas of the hospital secure, we are not responsible for vehicle damage, fire or theft while parked in the hospital lot.

After 7 p.m. all doors are locked; please use the doorbell located at the front for admission after hours. Our security staff is available around the clock and will provide escorts to and from your car.

Family Involvement

Family members may meet with your loved one’s clinical team weekly to discuss their condition, progress made and to answer any questions. Your Case Manager can assist you in scheduling these sessions as well as any additional meetings with the clinical team you wish have.

Supporting Your Family Member

Being away from home is difficult and dealing with illness is emotionally demanding. Whether you can respond or not, your loved ones can help keep spirits up by:

  • Family Visits – There is no substitute for the presence of loved ones. We encourage family visits as often as possible, in accordance with our visitation policy.
  • Communication – Share family news. Discuss events at home. Include your loved one when making important decisions.
  • Touch – Frequent hugs, kisses, caresses or hand holding are essential to the human spirit.

Also, we encourage loved ones to surround you with personal items that have special meaning to you. Bring in family pictures and/or videos – a VCR is available for your use. Display pictures and letters in easily viewed locations. If your loved one has favorite music, bring in a recorder with tapes for them to enjoy. Books, newspapers and games are always welcome.

Your loved ones’ presence and input into your care make a difference beyond measure.