Caring for individuals with rehabilitative needs is a gentle art. It requires all the knowledge science has to offer, plus the skills of human compassion that can blossom only in a supportive environment. To expand on that vision and to expand even further beyond bricks and mortar, Medway Country Manor Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation offers a 4,000 square foot Rehabilitation Suite to service our short-term rehabilitation patients and provide licensed outpatient rehabilitation to the surrounding community.

Our inpatient and outpatient departments are staffed by the finest, most experienced professionals six to seven days a week as necessary to improve the skills our patients need to fully participate in all day-to-day activities within our facility as well as within the community. The Rehabilitation Suite offers a state-of-the-art physical and occupational therapy gym, a transitional apartment, a transitional rehabilitation dining area, and speech therapy treatment areas.


Our Medicare/Rehabilitation Unit is designed to provide therapeutic and restorative treatment to individuals who have experienced an acute trauma, sickness or illness including, but not limited to:

  • – Neurological disorders (e.g., Stroke, Parkinson’s Disease, ALS, Huntington’s, and MS)
  • – Fractures, orthopedic injuries and joint replacements
  • – Accident trauma
  • – Corrective surgery
  • – Cardiopulmonary conditions
  • – Arthritis
  • – General functional decline due to illness

Prior to discharge from rehabilitation, our team will conduct a home evaluation as appropriate to create an easy discharge and transition to home. We will make recommendations for needed equipment and/or modification of architectural barriers to ensure maximum safety and mobility within the patient’s home environment.



Our Generations outpatient center is located on-site. It is staffed with therapists who are experts in their field. The clinic is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment to handle a wide variety of therapeutic needs for a wide range of diagnoses, including, but not limited to:

  • – Sports injuries
  • – Back injuries
  • – Knee/hip replacements
  • – Cardiovascular impairments
  • – Wound care
  • – Developmental delays
  • – Voice and language delays
  • – Post-stroke
  • – Knee/hip fractures
  • – Soft tissue injuries
  • – Arthritic conditions
  • – Work related injuries
  • – Head injury
  • – Articulation and fluency problems

To accomplish our inpatient and outpatient goals, patients and their families work directly with their Physician and Rehabilitation Team, which includes as required:

  • – Physiatrist (a doctor specializing in rehabilitation medicine)
  • – Neurologists
  • – Physical Therapists
  • – Occupational Therapists
  • – Speech/Language Pathologists
  • – Audiology services
  • – Social Worker
  • – Admission/Discharge Planner
  • – Respiratory Therapist
  • – Nutritional Therapist