The mission of the University of Michigan Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is to maximize the health, function and quality of life of individuals with acute and chronic illness and disability in the local and global community throughout their life span.
Our vision is to provide leadership excellence in rehabilitation medicine through innovative research, education, advocacy and interdisciplinary clinical practice.
Our aims are the discovery, advancement, dissemination and provision of evidence-based treatment and interventions for individuals with acute and chronic illness and disability.
We respect our patients and their families, the members of the PMR team, and the rest of the University of Michigan faculty andstaff. We appreciate their contributions, their individuality and their diversity.
We strive toward exemplaryleadership in the field, understanding our potential to be the best in the field. We model compassionate care, ethical behavior, and accountability as we lead others into the future.
We work with others toward the common goals stated in our vision and mission. We view others as potential contributors to synergy, rather than competitors.
We understand the lasting importance of what we do, and we work to sustain it. We mentor the next generation of rehabilitation professionals, we build with a long term vision, we adopt soundfiscal policies with the future in mind
We continually ask the questions and then seek the answers, with a focus on improving the quality of life of those we serve. We innovate from the bench to the bedside to the community.
We accept nothing less than the best from ourselves, with a clear understanding of our strengths and abilities to give the finest care, the most sought-after educational programs, and the most innovative research.
We extend our knowledge and talents to the community, working to make a better world for individuals with disabilities, pain and other problems related to human performance.