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Rehabilitation Institute of Tucson is a comprehensive, 80-bed medical rehabilitation hospital and outpatient clinic serving the needs of patients in the Tucson area for over ten years.

Their rehabilitation liaisons service local hospitals such as Tucson Medical Center, University Medical Center, other local hospitals and the rural areas. They provide free assessment for patients who may need rehabilitation services as a result of a chronic or acute medical condition.

Location: 2650 North Wyatt Drive, Tucson Arizona 85712 Telephone 520-325-1300

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