Post-Acute To Home (PATH)

path post-hospital rehabilitation at Presbyterian Manors of Mid-AmericaPresbyterian Manors of Mid-America communities offer the PATH (Post-Acute To Home) program to meet an individual’s need for care after a hospital stay. PATH post-hospital rehabilitation is open to the general public, with a doctor’s referral.

PATH acts as a bridge between hospital and home by helping patients overcome the challenges of recovering from an injury, illness or surgery.

Typical reasons for admission include:

  • Cardiac recovery
  • Orthopedic rehabilitation
  • Neurological rehabilitation
  • Post-surgical care
  • Medically complex care
  • IV therapy
  • Pain management
  • Wound care

Under the supervision of a physician and registered nurse, patients in the PATH program receive skilled therapy and nursing services that contribute to their recovery. The team of doctors, nurses, therapists and social workers tailor individual programs to meet each patient’s personal and medical needs. Regular family conferences are held to expedite recovery and aid the transition to home.

Services include:

  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Extended admission hours
  • Continued communication with physicians and families
  • Dedication to reducing re-admissions
  • Professionally prepared meals
  • Beverages and snacks always available
  • Employees dedicated to meeting personal recovery goals
  • Social services to support post-discharge needs
  • Full outcomes assessment detailing achieved goals