PARTNERSHIP EXPANDS TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR SPECIALIZED BRAIN INJURY AND STROKE REHABILITATION
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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.
Pate Rehabilitation is a national leader in post-acute brain injury rehabilitation and research, specializing in traumatic and acquired brain injury (ABI) and neurological diseases. Pate also offers the Hayden Stroke Recovery Program, accredited as a stroke specialty program by CARF International since 1997.
Scott & White Health Plan members will now be able to access both inpatient and outpatient services throughout the Dallas – Ft. Worth metro area with treatment and residential centers in Dallas, Irving, Ft. Worth, Watauga, and Anna, Texas.
“Pate brings a level of post-acute care to Scott & White Health Plan members that is individualized, outcome driven and delivered by pioneers in the science of brain injury recovery,” said Kent Hayden, CEO of Pate Rehabilitation. “Pate provides an intensive rehabilitation program for traumatic brain injury and stroke patients through a full spectrum of neurological services.
“Texans choose brain injury rehabilitation at Pate for its emphasis on neuropsychology, the unique treatment model and range of therapies treating the whole person,” said Hayden. “Along with our services and therapies, we design a structured work environment to help patients regain skills to return to work as appropriate. Our driver rehabilitation and actual ‘on the road training’ help patients have the independence and confidence needed to drive once again. We’re very pleased to join the Scott & White provider network and look forward to helping their members.”
About Pate Rehabilitation
Pate is a premiere provider of comprehensive rehabilitation for individuals with traumatic and acquired brain injuries, stroke and neurological diseases.