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MossRehab, the renowned physical and cognitive rehabilitation arm of Einstein Healthcare Network, has once again been named by U.S.News & World Report magazine as a top ten rehabilitation facility in the country for diagnoses including spinal cord injury, stroke, amputation and traumatic brain injury. MossRehab has also once again been named as the top ranked facility of its type in Pennsylvania. This is the twentieth time MossRehab has made the list.According to U.S. News’ “America’s Best Hospitals” list—which is comprised by asking doctors throughout the country where they would send loved ones for treatment of a specific medical condition if money and location weren’t an issue—MossRehab ranks 9th for rehabilitation.“Recognition comes from success, success comes from patient satisfaction and the reward of their improvement, one patient at a time,” said Alberto Esquenazi, MD, MossRehab’s Chief Medical Director and current president of the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. “MossRehab staff always has the patient improvement at the forefront of what we do every day and for every patient. We are grateful to our peers who recognize what we do and this is reflected in our ranking in the U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals list.”Every year, MossRehab treats nearly 2,800 inpatients at six locations, including the 130 bed facility in Ekins Park and the newest addition, a 12 bed facility in Doylestown Hospital. In addition, MossRehab treats 150,000 outpatients each year at locations throughout the Greater Delaware Valley.“America’s Best Hospitals” is a valued resource for consumers when looking for quality healthcare providers. To view all the rankings, visit U.S. News website.