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THE CAPITAL CAMPAIGNGood 484-523-2121,


Allentown BethlehemEaston

All Good Shepherd locations are licensed by the PA Department of Health and fully accredited by the Joint Commission, which is an independent, non-profit organization that accredits and certifies health-care organizations in the United States. In addition, Good Shepherd holds six CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accreditations—the gold standard in rehabilitative care.

Philadelphia Cherry Hill, NJ

Good Shepherd Sites

“The new hospital in Center Valley promises to be a beacon of hope like none other in the region. It is the most transformational part of our future, a destination rehabilitation facility that will energize the community, our patients, staff and volunteers.”

– Michael Spigel, PT, MHA, President & CEO of Good RehabilitationShepherdNetwork

Our Vision

Good Shepherd Penn Partners Sites New Center Valley Location

Read Ruth’s Story


Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network is building an industry-leading, 76-privateroom rehabilitation hospital in Center Valley, Pennsylvania. As the only hospital in the area focused on specialized, complex rehabilitative care, the new hospital will provide vital and otherwise unmet services while complementing existing services from the acute health-care institutions in the Lehigh Valley and surrounding region. Good Shepherd plays an essential role in our area by treating people with extremely complex medical conditions such as spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, stroke, major multi-trauma, pulmonary disease, neurological disorders, among others, and producing truly remarkable outcomes.

Hope the I stood up in [the there were parts of my that were up that hadn’t lit up since the I looked at my mom. I was a little teary. I got to a little bit. When I left I said, ‘We have to




at a Glance State-of-the-art, 76-bed, inpatient rehabilitation facility A first-of-its-kind “Experience Center” to connect people and innovative solutions to improve independence and well-being The region’s largest and most advanced collection of rehabilitative and assistive technologies Private, spacious rooms Unparalleled rehabilitation Three-floor,expertise nearly 10,000 square-foot therapy gym “From

walk around

come back.’” – Michaela Devins, spinal cord injury patient, on her first time walking in the Ekso Bionics exoskeleton Indoor and outdoor therapy spaces, designed to inspire and stimulate movement and recovery



Good Shepherd at a Glance

About Us

Nationally recognized, not-for-profit rehabilitation provider that develops leading-edge solutions, often for complex medical situations Test site for newest rehabilitation technologies Specialized programs in stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, musculoskeletal/ orthopedic, pediatric rehabilitation, pulmonary disease and more Majority owner of a joint venture with Penn Medicine to provide rehabilitation services for the Penn Medicine system 6 accreditations by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)—the gold standard in rehab care 1 of 4 organizations internationally to be named a Center for Robotic Excellence by Ekso Bionics Nearly 500,000 outpatient visits annually 2,500+ annual admissionsinpatient Founded in 1908 in Allentown, Pennsylvania 2,200+ employees 65 locations and growing 34 (Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network) 31 (Good Shepherd Penn Partners) 5 different levels/types of rehabilitation care

Center Valley Hospital Geographic Location

Inpatient Rehabilitation Pediatric Rehabilitation Home HealthPhysician Group Community-Based Services Long-Term Care Long-Term Acute Care

located off Route 309 and Center Valley Parkway

Hospital in

• Less than 15 minutes from Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Allentown

• Across the street from the Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley, which includes a grocery store, retail shops and restaurants

• Conveniently

• Next door to Homewood Suites by Hilton Rehabilitation


Our Service Lines

At Good Shepherd, we embrace the entire family, nurture hope and recovery and work as a team to get the patient back to what they love most.

“Good Shepherd continually looks ahead and intentionally creates a culture of inquiry, encouraging staff to explore, discover and question what’s possible.”

– Michael Spigel, PT, MHA, President & CEO of Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network

The Experience Center, explores the latest technologies, like 3D printing, artificial intelligence and smart assistance devices, to advance rehabilitation practices, promote healing and independence and improve lives.

The pioneering spirit ingrained in Good Shepherd takes a quantum leap in what is destined to become a transformative change to the health-care landscape in the Lehigh Valley and beyond:

For patients, having family members present to support them and be engaged in their recovery helps at every step of the rehabilitation journey.

Nathan Seelye, traumatic brain injury patient with his father, Gary

New visionary initiatives to foster a learning culture and enable Good Shepherd Associates to develop new ideas to improve care, enhance services or build new business.

“Good Shepherd brought my husband back to me. There’s no better place in the world for this level of rehabilitation care. His entire team was extraordinary.”

Good Shepherd’s Innovation Grants, a game-changing program that invests significantly in idea generation to harness Associates’ enthusiasm, natural curiosity and deep dedication to improve care and define the future of rehabilitation.

Dedication to Innovation

Healing Is a Family Affair


– Karen KARENTetorAND

When designing the hospital, we carefully crafted the family’s 360-degree experience. Our patients and families are sometimes with us for long periods of time, so it’s important to help them feel at home.

Expanded research to leverage our integrated, multi-disciplinary teams and be the recognized leader in conducting collaborative research that fosters value-based innovative rehabilitation to enhance patient’s abilities to surpass their limits.

Read Karen and Paul’s Story

– Al & Jill Douglass, Chairs, Capital Campaign Committee Capital AlCommitteeCampaign&JillDouglass, Chairs Michael Spigel, PT, MHA, President & CEO Polly GaryBlakeSallyAlvaroDavidJohnSandraBesteL.BodnykV.Cooney,MS&PamelaDeCampliDiaz,MSGammonC.Marles,EsqSchmidt,MA Michael Spigel, PT, MHA President, Allentown Gary Schmidt, MA Chair, Orefield Sandra L. Bodnyk Vice Chair, Orefield The Rev. John Richter, M.Div. Secretary, Sinking Springs Jan Heller, MBA Treasurer, Bethlehem Polly Best, Bethlehem Pamela DeCampli, Newtown Square Paul D. Emrick, CIMA® CFP®, Allentown David Fessler Nazareth James Greenfield Center Valley Lori Gustave Philadelphia Elsbeth Haymon Allentown Thomas J. Lynch Allentown Steven D. Morrison, MBA, BS, Coopersburg Jaan Naktin, MD, FACP Allentown Tina Q. Richardson, PhD Bethlehem Victor Salicetti Bethlehem Timothy Steckel, MD Allentown Maura Topper Philadelphia Trustee Emeriti John V. Cooney, MS Allentown Nelvin L. Vos, PhD Maxatawny Legacy Trustee Jill Douglass Allentown

Trustees Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network Hope Starts Here.

Hope Starts with a Gift


Board of

“Good changes lives every day, and with this new hospital, we know that our friends, neighbors and greater community will benefit from world-class expertise, innovative treatments and the latest technologies.”

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