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Pathway Rehabilitation Hospital

About Our Hospital

We provide a welcoming setting, instructional activities,
specialized diet program, and more.

Mission Statement

Pathway’s mission is to provide a high quality healing environment to all patients requiring inpatient rehabilitive services. We aim to ensure that our employees receive first class training and supervision to deliver these services in a friendly and professional manner. Our goal is to continually strive to be the best, safest, and most reliable provider of these services to our patients and community.

Helping you on your path to recovery

If you or a loved one is currently in need of an inpatient rehabilitation hospital, know that the choice of care is yours. To learn more about Pathway or to schedule a tour of our facility, please contact us.

We look forward to serving you!

Admission Criteria

For Admission to Our Facility A Patient Must:

Click the dropdown to see the criteria for anyone looking to become a patient at Pathway Rehabilitation Hospital.

Admission Criteria
  • Require the active and ongoing therapeutic intervention of multiple therapy disciplines (physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, or prosthetics/orthotics), one of which must be physical or occupational therapy
  • Generally require an intensive rehabilitation therapy program
  • Patient must be able to participate and benefit from an individualized therapy plan
  • Be at least 19 years of age with medical necessity for inpatient rehabilitation
Patient Criteria

Who We Care For

After sustaining a functional loss due to a disabling injury or illness, at Pathway, we are devoted to helping our patients regain their independence. Those criteria include but are not limited to the following:

Stroke

Cerbrovascular Accident/Stroke

Neurological Disorders

(including Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, and Polyneuropathy)

Amputation

Fracture of the Femur

(Hip Fracture – Femoral Neck)

Joint Replacement

(bilateral, age > 85, body mass > 50)

Major Multiple Trauma

Spinal Cord Injury

Brain Injury

Congenital Deformity

Other Orthopedic Disorders

Other Disabilities

Prosthetic Training

Patient Criteria

Who We Care For

After sustaining a functional loss due to a disabling injury or illness, at Pathway, we are devoted to helping our patients regain their independence. Those criteria include but are not limited to the following:

Stroke

Cerbrovascular Accident/Stroke

Neurological Disorders

(including Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, and Polyneuropathy)

Amputation

Fracture of the Femur

(Hip Fracture – Femoral Neck)

Joint Replacement

(bilateral, age > 85, body mass > 50)

Major Multiple Trauma

Spinal Cord Injury

Brain Injury

Congenital Deformity

Other Orthopedic Disorders

Other Disabilities

Prosthetic Training