Pete Grevelding, PT, MSPT
Vice President of Clinical Operations, Executive Director of the Milne Institute for Healthcare Innovation
Masters of Science in Physical Therapy, University of Connecticut
Pete Grevelding was appointed Vice President, Clinical Operations in October 2018. He is responsible for the oversight of Gaylord Specialty Healthcare’s clinical areas, including leadership of the Admissions, Inpatient and Outpatient Therapy, Respiratory, and Care Management departments. His responsibilities include facilitating hospital-wide growth and volume targets as well as driving key business initiatives that enhance Gaylord Specialty Healthcare’s market share and profitability. Grevelding has a lead role in maximizing patient satisfaction and recovery by evaluating, coordinating, and implementing institutional programs, policies and strategy, and evidence based practice.
In 2020, Grevelding was named Executive Director of the Milne Institute for Healthcare Innovation. Grevelding has spearheaded the growth of Gaylord’s existing research program as an opportunity to share Gaylord’s experience and expertise. He has championed several collaborations and currently oversees several corporate, academic and internal research projects.
Grevelding is a Board-Certified Neurologic Clinical Specialist Emeritus and a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and Neurologic Section of the APTA. His professional interests include gait, balance, traumatic brain injury, stroke, and progressive clinical growth.
Contribution to Science
Research in progress including:
- Cognitive screening tool
- Balance perturbation in body weight support
- Medicare waiver admissions during COVID-19
- Romney W, Wormley M, Veneri D, Oberlander A, Grevelding P, Rice J, Moore J. Knowledge translation intervention increased the use of outcome measures by physical therapists in inpatient rehabilitation. Physiotherapy: Theory and Practice. 2021 Mar 12:1-10. doi: 10.1080/09593985.2021.1898065. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 33706647.
- Grevelding P, Bohannon RW. Reduced push forces accompany device use during sliding transfers of seated subjects. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development. 2001 Jan-Feb;38(1):135-9. PMID: 11322467.
- Meyer A, Hrdlicka H, Cutler E, Hellstrand J, Meise E, Rudolf K, Grevelding P, Nankin M. A Novel Body Weight–Supported Postural Perturbation Module for Gait and Balance Rehabilitation After Stroke: Preliminary Evaluation Study. JMIR Rehabil Assist Technol 2022; 9(1):e31504. DOI: 10.2196/31504
- Grevelding P, Hrdlicka H, Holland S, Cullen L, Meyer A, Sabith C, Cooper D, Greco A. Patient Outcomes and Lessons-Learned from Treating Patients with Severe COVID-19 at a Long-Term Acute Care Hospital, Manuscript in review. 2021.
Numerous presentations at state and local level