The mission of ReMed is to meet the needs of its clients and customers by providing exceptional and innovative neurological rehabilitation and supported living services and to provide staff with a supportive, educational environment in which to do their jobs.
ReMed is proud of remaining strong for over three decades and recognizes that this is no small feat. Many factors have enabled ReMed to continue to move forward and grow. Outstanding team members who build solid relationships with our clients, their families and each other has certainly been a major contributor to our ongoing strength and stability. Simply stated, we get involved, help each other out, and don’t take things for granted.
In 2016, we worked together to formulate what has made ReMed focused and successful; we call this this The ReMedian Way. The ReMedian Way consists of 31 Fundamentals that define the behaviors we believe make ReMed a leading organization and one that has stayed true to its original mission. Find out more about The ReMedian Way here.
Since 1990, ReMed has been consecutively been awarded three year accreditation from The Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). This requires a rigorous peer review process and demonstrates that its programs and services are measurable, accountable and of the highest quality. ReMed is CARF accredited for the following programs:
- Brain Injury Specialty Program
- Residential Rehabilitation
- Outpatient Rehabilitation
- Home and Community Services
- Vocational Services
ReMed has a strong commitment to active corporate citizenship and being members in good standing in the community.
We have a strong commitment to:
- Serving and advocating for individuals with brain injury and their families;
- Being leaders in the national and international field of brain injury through both treatment and research;
- Being actively involved in our local communities where we live, work and play; and
- Being a great place to work.
ReMed’s guiding principles serve as the framework for our commitment to corporate social responsibility and meeting the needs of the community and ReMed. ReMed’s research, practice and community involvement make us professionals who do our part for, and are committed to, the field of brain injury, by actively participating in:
- Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania
- Brain Injury Association of America
- Brain Injury Association of Maryland
- Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey
- Council on Brain Injury (CoBI)
- Operation Alpha program for Wounded Warriors with the Lakeshore Foundation
- Association of Rehabilitation Nurses
- American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine
- Inclusive Recreation for Wounded Warriors Training Program through Penn State University
We also value and respect our communities by identifying community partners and participating in meaningful volunteer activities to enhance the well-being of those communities, including:
- Partnering with the Chester County Food Bank to raise fresh produce for those in need
- Annual drive for Safe Harbor of Chester County
- Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Philadelphia
- Cruisin’ not Boozin’
- North Hills Community Outreach, Pittsburgh
- Access Sports, Philadelphia and surrounding areas
- Three Rivers Adaptive Sports program, Pittsburgh
- Implementation of “green strategies” internally and support of local green organizations externally
- Fighting Back Scholarship Program