The Frankston Community Rehabilitation Centre provides a multidisciplinary service to enable clients who are disabled, frail, chronically ill or recovering from traumatic injury to retain optimal functional independence.
A qualified team of medical, nursing, allied health and social work staff will assess clients and then provide individual treatment plans aimed at assisting clients to achieve maximum mobility and functional independence.
After discharge, consultation is still available for up to six weeks before requiring a new referral.
Visiting hours for The Mornington Centre are 8am – 8pm.
Visitor Guidelines are in place at all Peninsula Health locations as part of our response to COVID-19. For all visiting principles, guidelines for speciality areas, and mask requirements, please refer to the visitor guidelines.
Getting to Frankston Community Rehabilitation Centre
Frankston Community Rehabilitation Centre is located in close proximity to public transport networks.
Patients, visitors, and staff are are able to access Frankston Community Rehabilitation Centre by bus or taxi services. The Public Transport Victoria website can help you plan your journey.
Parking is free for the first three hours for those who choose to drive to Frankston Community Rehabilitation Centre. After that paid parking is charged at hourly rates.