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Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE)
The Foundation employees 14.1 FTE's. Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute employees around 1,400 employees.
Courage Kenny Foundation raised more than $12 million dollars in 2015 to support the patients and clients of Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute. Courage Kenny is serving more people than ever - 94,000 annually, with an expanded range of services to keep people healthy and independent in more than 50 communities in Minnesota and Western Wisconsin. We are proud to have 5 centers of excellence including stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, orthopedics and neurological/neuromuscular disorders.
Our ultimate goal is that people living with disabilities will become healthier, more independent and more engaged in life as a result of receiving Courage Kenny services. Our overall 2016 goals for Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute include:
1) Person-Centered Care: Be the Upper Midwest’s destination center for rehabilitation services
2) Organization Vitality: Be the employer of choice for clinicians, service providers and administrators in the Upper Midwest as well as continue to achieve strong financial stewardship
3) Person-Centered Experience: Achieve 90th percentile for patient satisfaction
4) Population Health: Measurably improve the health and well-being of the population served
5) Affordability: Be a leader in payment reform, rewarding value over volume
Community or Constituency Served
The individuals we serve have a variety of neurological and physical conditions including brain injury, stroke (CVA), spinal cord injury, orthopedic conditions/injuries, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, autism spectrum disorders, and chronic conditions such as arthritis, osteoporosis or fibromyalgia, as well as others. Our services are delivered in care settings most appropriate to individuals’ clinical and functional needs, including inpatient, outpatient or in the community. All Courage Kenny programs and services are supported by our expertise in assistive technology. Specialized pediatric services are provided to children from infancy through 18 years at sites in Buffalo, Burnsville, Cambridge, Coon Rapids, Forest Lake, Golden Valley, New Ulm, Owatonna and Stillwater.
Geographic Area Served
Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute serves more than 94,000 people of all ages from Minnesota, western Wisconsin, and across the Midwest region annually. Specialized pediatric services are provided to children from infancy through 18 years at sites in Buffalo, Burnsville, Cambridge, Coon Rapids, Forest Lake, Golden Valley, New Ulm, Owatonna and Stillwater.