Holiday Parade at Brinlee Creek Ranch

'Tis the season and Pate's Brinlee Creek Ranch in Anna, Texas kicked it off with a very special event...a holiday parade. This is one of our absolute favorite events! This charming procession wound through the property and featured all sorts of community participants. There were cars, trucks, fire engines, floats, motorcyclists, cowboys on horses, Santas, [...]
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Car Show in Anna at Pate Rehab

Car enthusiasts came out for our first annual Car Show at Pate's Brinlee Creek Ranch in Anna, TX.  The lineup included vintage Mustangs, sedans from the forties, trucks and even an Air Stream that was pressed into service as the BBQ tent which served sizzling hot dogs, assortment of chips and drinks. The 96 acre [...]

Say No to Graham-Cassidy Healthcare Bill

People with brain injuries need your help to stop the Graham-Cassidy bill.

The Senate’s healthcare bill would be potentially disastrous for people with brain injuries:

• It places essential benefits at risk because it allows states to remove covered services like rehabilitative care and emergency services

• It potentially raises premiums for people with pre-existing conditions like a brain injury

• It allows insurance companies to bring back annual and lifetime coverage caps


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RISE Lake Grapevine Group Outings

All summer long our friends at RISE Adaptive Sports are at Lake Grapevine hosting sports on the water for people with physical challenges. This talented, dedicated group of people give from the heart and their mission is FUN. For Pate's patients and staff, there's nothing like heading out to the lake for a day of [...]
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Pate Joins Scott & White Health Plan Network


Partnership Expands Options for Specialized Brain Injury and Stroke Rehabilitation


DALLAS, TX (August 1, 2017) – Texas based Pate Rehabilitation announced a new provider agreement with Scott & White Health Plans (SWHP) today that will expand options for comprehensive post-acute brain injury rehabilitation care to the 245,000 members of SWHP.