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Critical illness recovery careers
We offer opportunities across the nation for nursing, physical, occupational, speech and respiratory therapy, pharmacy and other clinical roles.
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About Regency Hospitals

With approximately 100 locations throughout the country, our critical illness recovery hospitals promote healing and recovery in a compassionate environment. We treat patients who need more time than usual to begin a recovery before being discharged home or transferred to the next level of care. Typical patients include those on ventilator support, experiencing multi-system organ failure or multiple chronic illnesses. Because patients require a longer stay and a more resource-intensive level of care, our hospitals provide a unique setting for professional development and engagement. We have opportunities in nursing, physical therapy, speech and respiratory therapy, pharmacy, leadership and other support roles.

Working at Regency Hospitals

Our interdisciplinary care teams develop personalized treatment plans to meet patient needs, with a goal to improve over time and return to daily life. Learn what this looks like in the videos below.


We are committed to creating a culture of inclusivity and diversity while providing opportunities for professional growth and development.
  • All Regency Hospitals are accredited by The Joint Commission, an independent, not-for-profit organization that focuses on the safety and quality of care for persons treated at hospitals and health care facilities nationwide.
  • Select Medical is proud to receive recognition in 2024 both as a Greatest Workplace for Women and a Greatest Workplace for Diversity.
  • Proudly supporting our military veterans and their spouses.

Veron sitting in a chair in his hospital room with IV equipment in the background.
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Veron's story

Veron Black has struggled with emphysema and chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder for the past few years. When he began having trouble breathing, he dialed 911 and had an ambulance take him to the emergency room. Once stable, Veron was transferred to Regency Hospital Cleveland East for medical management and ventilator liberation.

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