BMC Center for Rehabilitation Providing Telehealth Services

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Center for Rehabilitation at Berkshire Medical Center continues to provide the highest quality of rehabilitation services as the region experiences the COVID-19 pandemic, and has expanded its operations for patients who may not wish at this time to conduct in-person appointments.

Patients can continue to be seen in-person at the Center for Rehab, or opt for telehealth services for physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy.

In order to obtain a telehealth appointment, a prescription or physician order is required. The patient’s physician can fax the order to 413-447-2208. For more information regarding the services available, both in-person or by telehealth, call the Center for Rehabilitation at BMC at 413-447-2234.


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