Posted - 2019-12-09

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Bay Path Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Duxbury recently held an open house showcasing the extensive renovation to the 120-bed skilled nursing facility. Over 75 healthcare professionals, legislative leaders and Bay path staff marked the occasion by touring the renovated nursing center and enjoying holiday-inspired drinks and hors d'oeuvres.

The sizeable renovation, focusing on resident comfort, safety and convenience, includes two brand-new units, offering amenities and services for both long and short-term residents.  

“Bay Path has been an integral part of the Duxbury community since 1984,” says Greg Logan, executive director of Bay Path Rehabilitation & Nursing Center. “We are so grateful to our residents, their families, our staff, and the community for their patience and commitment to our center throughout our renovation. Our newly refurbished units demonstrate a continued commitment to enhancing the quality of life for our residents and short-term patients,” added Logan.

Today, Bay Path House Rehabilitation & Nursing Center offers local residents and their families the best of both worlds – a center rich in tradition and quality short-term rehabilitative and skilled nursing care. Bay Path offers the community high-level rehabilitative, medical, and nursing care on a short-term or long-term basis. 

In addition, Bay Path was recently awarded a Four-Star Overall rating by the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS). Nursing homes are rated from 1-5 stars based on health inspections, staffing, and quality measures. According to CMS, a rating of five stars means that quality is “much above average”. Bay Path skilled nursing center consistently receives high marks from state agencies that are designed to oversee the quality of nursing homes throughout Massachusetts.


State Representative Mathew Muratore, R-Plymouth (far left) and State Representative Josh Cutler, D-Duxbury (far right), present Stacey Rebelo, director of nursing, Bay Path, (left) and Greg Logan, executive director, Bay Path, (right) with a certificate from the Massachusetts State House to celebrate the renovations to the center.


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