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Shenandoah Memorial Hospital Expands Rehab and Fitness Services

Shenandoah Memorial Hospital Expands Rehab and Fitness Services

Valley Health Shenandoah Memorial Hospital is excited to announce that it has acquired Woodstock Rehab & Fitness (WRF), effective July 1, 2018! The acquisition will expand the services and capacity of SMH’s outpatient rehabilitation and wellness and fitness services.

Beginning July 1, all outpatient rehabilitation services currently offered through WRF will be consolidated with SMH’s Outpatient Rehabilitation program on the hospital’s main campus. Likewise, all wellness and fitness services currently offered at the hospital, including exercise equipment, personal training and group classes, will be offered at the new Valley Health Wellness and Fitness located at 1195 Hisey Avenue, which is approximately two miles west of the hospital off of W. Reservoir Road (Route 42).

This move brings with it more spacious workout areas along with additional pieces of cardiovascular and resistance exercise equipment as well as an assortment of free weights. The building also features two large fitness studios that will comfortably accommodate a variety of instructor-led classes.

David J. Reichley, MPT, opened Woodstock Rehab & Fitness in 2000 after working for five years as a physical therapist at SMH. “I feel like I’ve come full circle, partnering with the hospital now to continue the services provided through Woodstock Rehab & Fitness,” says Reichley, who will continue to own the 20,000-square foot facility with Valley Health Wellness & Fitness leasing approximately two thirds of the fully-occupied building.

“We look forward to welcoming Woodstock Rehab & Fitness patients and members to Valley Health, and we’re excited to have this beautiful space on Hisey Avenue that will allow us to expand our offerings,” offers SMH President N. Travis Clark. “Collaboration is one of Valley Health’s core values, and this is a great example of what can be achieved when we work with community members like Dave and pool our collective expertise and resources to reach a shared goal.”

According to Kyla Sine, DPT, director of SMH Rehabilitation and Fitness, WRF employees 22 full- and part-time staff, including therapists, fitness instructors, personal trainers and administrative support. “We have met with staff members and are encouraging them to apply for positions at Valley Health. Our goal is to make this transition as smooth as possible for our current and future patients and fitness members as well as for those who have had successful careers at WRF.”

Kyla is also excited to announce that later this year SMH will begin an extensive renovation and expansion project of its Outpatient Rehab that will benefit all of our therapy patients and staff. “Our goal is to create a safe and comfortable environment that will optimize the therapeutic nature of the care we provide,” she adds.