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About California Rehabilitation Institute

A partnership between Cedars-Sinai, UCLA Health and Select Medical, California Rehabilitation Institute is the largest acute inpatient rehabilitation hospital on the West Coast. Led by a physiatrist – a physician board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation – our team includes rehabilitation nurses; physical, occupational and speech-language therapists; dietitians; case managers and other clinical and support staff. Together, as part of a national network of over 30 inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, we leverage best practices to help patients recover the strength, skills and functional ability to return home and rebuild their lives.

Working at California Rehabilitation Institute

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.

  • California Rehabilitation Institute ranked #21 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
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    California Rehabilitation Institute has been named to Newsweek’s 2023 list of America’s Best Physical Rehab Centers in the state of California.
  • CARF accreditation signifies that California Rehabilitation Institute meets the highest quality standards and recognizes our commitment to continuous improvement in care delivery, program development and serving community needs.
  • 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.

Rodd Zinberg stands smiling in front of a personalized poster with motivational messages.
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Rodd's story
Los Angeles native Alexander “Rodd” Zinberg was 41 when he began to experience changes in his vision. Over the course of several months his sight decreased in acuity, eventually becoming blurry. Rodd pursued answers from vision specialists who ordered an MRI. The MRI showed a meningioma, the most common type of primary brain tumor accounting for approximately 30 percent of brain tumors.

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