Pate Rehabilitation is dedicated to the treatment of all individuals with acquired brain injuries. We strive for an inclusive patient population, where everyone is treated equally with respect and dignity.
Of the total patients discharging from Pate Rehabilitation over the last 10 years (through 2015):
- 41% had sustained traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- 38% had strokes
- 21% were treated due to other diagnoses (including aneurysm, anoxia, brain tumors, and other diseases affecting the brain)
Historical data for patients receiving treatment at Pate Rehabilitation over the last 10 years:
The chart below shows the majority of strokes or CVAs (60.7%), TBIs (75.9%) or other acquired brain injuries (58.5%) were male.
The breakdown of our patient population is:
- 73% Caucasian
- 16% African American
- 8% Hispanic/Latino
- 3% Other races/ethnicities