Life Line Hospital is a locally owned Long Term Acute Care Hospital.  Our highly trained staff provide the same level of care received in the intensive care unit (ICU) at your local Hospital.

 What are Long-Term Care Hospitals?

Most people who need inpatient hospital services are admitted to an “acute‑care” hospital for a relatively short stay. But some people may need a longer hospital stay.

Long-term care hospitals (LTCHs) are certified as acute‑care hospitals, but LTCHs focus on patients who, on average, stay more than 25 days.

Many of the patients in LTCHs are transferred there from an intensive or critical care unit. LTCHs specialize in treating patients who may have more than one serious condition, but who may improve with time and care, and return home. LTCHs typically give services like comprehensive rehabilitation, respiratory therapy, head trauma treatment, and pain management.
Life Line Hospital was a concept created by a group of the most highly trained Tri-State area physicians. They achieved this goal by creating a new facility with advanced capabilities, able to provide the best medical treatment to area residents with severe medical problems, who will needconstant monitoring for an extended period of time.

Our Patient's rate us best (as compared to patients at other LTACH's in the region)

  • Responsiveness of Hospital Staff - 71% more Top Scores
  • Overall Rating of Hospital - 33% more Top Scores
  • Nursing Communication - 24% more Top Scores
  • Quietness of the Hospital - 22% more Top Scores



  • Wean Rate - Greater than 90%







It is our mission to care for your loved one the way you would if you could.  We will complete this mission through passionate, quality care and services provided to our patients by our skilled healthcare team.




Life Line Hospital meets the federal definition of a physician-owned hospital under 42 CFR 489.3, as it is owned, in part, by physicians. A list of the hospital's owners who are physicians is available upon request.