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220 Abraham Flexner Way
Louisville, KY 40202

Known for world-class care in comprehensive acute rehab, UofL Health - Frazier Rehab Institute provides extensive therapy across a number of specialties for inpatient and outpatient rehab needs. With over 60 years of rehab experience, Frazier is committed to the development of programs that combine traditional rehab with innovative therapeutic techniques.

Made up of inpatient and multiple outpatient facilities across the region, Frazier's 135-bed inpatient acute rehab hospital is located in downtown Louisville. Extensive specialty rehab programs, highly skilled therapists, state-of-the-art facilities and innovative therapeutic techniques have earned national recognition for Frazier, making it one of the top rehab institutions in the region. Frazier Rehab offers a multitude of specialty programs to meet the specialized rehab needs of patients.

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History of Frazier Rehab Institute

In 1950, Amelia Brown Frazier had had enough! Left ailing and in need of rehab from a car accident in 1929, she was traveling to New York to receive her care at The Rusk Institute, a leader in an emerging field of physical medicine and rehab. As a woman of vision, and tired of not having her care needs met at home, she set out to create a comparable facility in her home town.

Using her resources and influence, she served as the catalyst for the creation of The Rehabilitation Center, Inc. in 1951. In 1984, the name was changed to the Amelia Brown Frazier Rehabilitation Center in honor and recognition of her leadership to the organization. In 1994, following a long term relationship with UofL Health - Jewish Hospital to include 10 years of management, Frazier Rehab Institute merged into UofL Health - Jewish Hospital HealthCare Services. In 2013, the organization merged with Catholic Health Initiatives forming KentuckyOne Health, expanding its scope of services across the Commonwealth. In 2019, the Louisville region facilities joined with the University of Louisville Hospital to form UofL Health.

Over the past six decades, UofL Health - Frazier Rehab Institute has become a recognized leader in rehab care, creating an unparalleled network of services and locations. Patients come from across the world to receive care. One of the guiding forces of this success has been a long-term relationship with the University of Louisville and its Medicine, Nursing, Allied Health and Speed Engineering schools. Frazier is the exclusive teaching site for the University of Louisville School of Medicine in rehabilitative medicine.