The Aultman Specialty Hospital, formerly the Acute Care Specialty Hospital, provides long-term acute care for patients with medically complex respiratory, cardiac, renal conditions, neurological disorders and wounds. The average length of stay is 25 days. Typically, patients are transferred from intensive care units, step-down units or other local hospitals.
Meet Martha Polnik, a former patient at Aultman Specialty Hospital. She remembers the experience that placed her in the care of the Aultman Specialty Hospital and shares her gratitude and love of life after all she's gone through.
Located within Aultman Hospital, the not-for-profit Aultman Specialty Hospital is state licensed, Medicare certified and accredited by The Joint Commission. Download our brochure, or click on the links below to learn more about the long-term acute care we provide.