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Michael D. Mericle

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Rehabilitation

Desert Canyon Rehabilitation Hospital


Director of Rehabilitation Services

Lodi Memorial Hospital


Position, Facilities

Lodi Memorial Hospital


Vice President

The Bellevue Hospital


Regional Vice President

Eagle Rehab Corporation/Horizon/CMS


Web References(4 Total References)


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Michael D. Mericle Named Director of Rehabilitation
At Desert Canyon Rehabilitation Hospital LAS VEGAS, NV -Michael D. Mericle has been named Director of Rehabilitation at Desert Canyon Rehabilitation Hospital, which will open in the Spring of 2007. Mr. Mericle most recently was the Director of Rehabilitation Services for Lodi Memorial Hospital, Lodi, California, where he was responsible for all operations of both inpatient and outpatient physical rehabilitation services in four facilities. His therapy management expertise includes nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech pathology, recreational therapy, cardiac rehabilitation (all phases), fitness, aquatic therapy, acute and sub-acute physical rehabilitation, skilled nursing care/transitional care and home health. His past professional experience includes Regional Vice President for Eagle Rehab Corporation/Horizon/CMS Healthcare Corporations in Chicago, Illinois, and Vice President of Operations, Cuyahoga Falls General Hospital in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, and Vice President at The Bellevue Hospital, Bellevue, Ohio. Mericle is also an entrepreneur having owned and operated his own successful outpatient physical therapy clinic, which he later sold. Mericle holds a Bachelor of Science from Ohio State University and a Masters of Business Administration from Ashland University in Ohio. He is presently a Licensed Physical Therapist in the State of Nevada.


Lodinews.com - Lodi, California, News

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"Everybody works as a team here," said LMH Rehabilitation Director Mike Mericle.And patients who might benefit from low-impact movement have the opportunity to have their rehab appointments at an aquatics center at Hutchins Street Square, Mericle said.


Lodinews.com - Lodi, California, News

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"The older people get, they want to maintain functional independence," said Michael Mericle, director of rehabilitation services at Lodi Memorial Hospital."At these ages, walking is a great way to get a feeling of well-being."Mericle said those who walk regularly have the same benefits as those who run or jog.,, Source: Michael Mericle, Lodi Memorial Hospital director of rehabilitation services.


Lodinews.com News

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"The water gives them more freedom of movement to do these (exercises)," said Mike Mericle, director of rehabilitation services at LMH."They (also) don't have the fear of falling, like on land."Aquatic therapy has several benefits for patients, Mericle added.Aquatic therapy strengthens muscles while putting much less pressure on joints because water takes away close to 80 or 90 percent of a person's body weight, Mericle said."Chad has been lucky to be able to move," Mericle said, sitting at a table on the side of the pool with Sasaki.Most insurance plans cover the therapy, including Medi-Cal, as long as the patient continues to show improvement, Mericle said.


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