Why choose us: Curahealth Stoughton features an
interdisciplinary team approach to patient care, including:
- Pulmonary/Critical Care Physician
- NeuroRehabilitation Unit
- Wound-care specialists
- Social Workers
- Case managers
Our medical team brings over 60 years of combined experience to provide our most complex patients with state of the art, compassionate care. Physicians see patients daily to provide prompt, effective management of chronic and acute medical conditions. A hospitalist is always on site.
Bahige Asaker, DO – Medical Director
Padmavathi Dasari, MD
Kodilim Okebalama, NP
Curahealth Stoughton provides 24/7 respiratory care from experienced therapists working under the direction of a board-certified pulmonologist. Common respiratory conditions that we manage include asthma, COPD/emphysema, lung cancer, and head/neck cancer and laryngectomies. We specialize in vent weaning, trach management (including placing speaking valves), and eventual trach removal, when appropriate. Whether you have a chronic tracheostomy or a new one, our respiratory team is here to guide you and your family through its management.
Sridhati Dasari, MD
Joline Morse, CRT
Sherron Engel, CRT
Kathleen Smith, RT
Carol Pritzker, CR
An often overlooked but vital part of healing is nutritional support. At Curahealth Stoughton, our registered dietitian ensures that patients receive the right kind of diet for their medical needs. Patients who need alternative nutrition, such as a feeding tube or total parenteral nutrition (TPN) are closely managed to ensure adequate calorie support and an optimal balance of nutrients for healing. Our
nutritionist works closely with wound care and speech/swallow therapy to ensure that patients meet their nutritional needs.
Devon Brownlee, MS, RD, LDN
At Curahealth Stoughton, we take pride in the small size of our hospital and the sense of family that comes with it. Our core staff of dedicated nurses includes RNs, LPNs, and CNAs, all highly experienced in managing care for patients with multiple medical conditions.
Unit Secretary: 781-297-8461
Curious to know more? Have a question, but not sure who to ask? Looking to schedule a hospital tour for you or your loved one? Please don’t hesitate to call or email one of our dedicated clinical liaisons for more information.
Danielle Ryan: 617-991-8902
Renee Murray: (339) 210-3904
The Neurorehabilitation Unit (NRU) at Curahealth Stoughton provides long term inpatient rehabilitation to brain injured/behaviorally challenged and cognitively impaired adults in a secure, highly structured, and supervised environment.
The NRU is dually licensed by the Department of Mental Health (DMH) and Department of Public Health (DPH). The admission process is aligned with DMH protocols.
We serve people with acquired brain injury who require prolonged, specialized disability management and behavior modification prior to discharge to a less restrictive setting. The NRU is located within Curahealth Hospital in Stoughton.
For referrals, please contact one of Curahealth’s clinical liaisons:
Danielle Ryan: (617) 991-8902
Renee Murray: (339) 210-3904
Visit Neurorehabilitation Unit Section
Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy
Get back to the activities you love with the help of our expert rehabilitation team. We individualize our treatment plans for each patient, with the goal of improving physical function while patients heal from their acute hospitalization. Our rehab team will work with you every step of the way, and help you and your family plan for any rehab needs on discharge. We offer physical, occupational, and speech/swallow therapy.
Rehab Director: 781-297-8246
Jennifer Llado, MS, CCC-SLP, Rehab Director
Tressa Fitts, MS, OTR/L
Elise Prinzo, DPT
Sarah Johnson, MS, OTR/L
Many people with long hospitalizations develop wounds. Let us help you in your healing process with our excellent wound care. Curahealth Stoughton offers dedicated wound care specialists who develop individualized care plans, place and change bandages, and continuously train nursing staff to promote optimal healing. Our wound care team works in close collaboration with the nutrition department to ensure that your body has what it needs to heal—inside and out.
Andrey Layer, MD
Mikhail Novikov, MD
Michelle Strickland, RN, WCC
You’ve transitioned from the acute hospital to long-term acute care (LTAC). Now what? Patients have many options following their stay at Curahealth Stoughton. Some proceed to short term rehab for more intensive therapy once their acute medical issues have resolved; others transition to long term care; some return home, often with supportive home care to ease the transition. Regardless of what’s right for you, our case management team is here to help you with what comes next after discharge.
Yolanda Hernandez, LPN
Main office: 781-297-8551
Our admissions officers happily accept referrals to our facility and will assess whether the LTAC level of care is a good fit for you or the patient you’re representing. In a time of rapidly changing medical and insurance guidelines, our team is here to make sure you receive the right care, at the right facility, for the right price.
Bridget Forbes, RT