The Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation (GRHF) helps provide innovative equipment, programs and technology in order to help patients at the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital (GRH) recover, relearn life skills and rediscover their full potential.

Our commitment to enriching and enhancing patient care drives our ongoing fundraising efforts. We work with the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital to identify what patients and staff need to enhance the rehabilitation journey through equipment, technology and research priorities.

Together we determine what would have the biggest impact on patients and their recovery – both physically and emotionally – and call upon our donors to help fund cutting edge equipment that will improve patient outcomes, spaces that aid in the rehabilitation journey and research grants to individuals and organizations pursuing research related to rehabilitation.

Child audiology patient playing connect four with Glenrose staff.


Enhancing patient care and embracing the vision of the GRH as a world-class rehabilitation facility that will keep the GRH at the forefront of rehabilitative care.


The Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation (GRHF) was created specifically to enhance the exceptional care the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital delivers to patients. Our goal is to raise funds that fuel innovative research and education, as well as acquire advanced equipment and technology. Our investments – donor investments – give patients, their families and staff an array of tools to help them positively shape their futures.

The Hospital

  • The Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital (GRH) is the largest free-standing rehabilitation hospital in North America
  • Contains seven specialized areas of treatment – orthopedic, geriatrics, pediatrics, stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury and cardiac rehabilitation
  • A fully affiliated teaching and research hospital
  • 1,600 staff, over 300 volunteers representing 16 specialties and 43 sub-specialties

Board of Trustees


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