Pathways family of services has been bringing healthcare to people, wherever they live, for 38 years.  With kindness and dignity we assist the elderly, heal the sick and comfort the dying.

Pathways is a pioneer in care at home and has a sterling reputation for hospice, home health and private duty care.

Contact us today and get the treatment you and your family deserve.

Some of our services

hospice

Hospice

Hospice improves quality of life for seriously ill people and gives their families technical and emotional support. It is care when cure is no longer a possibility. Our goal is to relieve symptoms and give support so patients can live as fully and comfortably as possible for the remainder of their lives.

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Home Health

Pathways provides professional skilled services at home, as ordered by the patient’s doctor. We provide hands-on care, and teach the patient and caregivers what they need to know about how to manage care at home.

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Private Duty

Pathways Private Duty helps older adults, people recovering, and the chronically ill with everyday activities such as bathing, incontinence care, dressing, eating and walking, up to 24 hours a day.

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Geriatric Care Management

Some have described this service as hiring a professional to serve as a daughter. Time, stress, or distance may make day-to-day management of a senior’s needs next to impossible. A geriatric care manager is one way to add balance in life.

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What's New

4th Annual Pathways Golf Tournament

July 11, 2016 at Stanford University

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News

Pathways Announces Sponsors and Schedule of 4th Annual Links to the Heart Wayne Randolph Brown Memorial Golf Tournament
The distinguished committee members and schedule for our premier 4th annual Links to the Heart Golf Tournament have been announced! The tournament will be held on Monday, July 11, 2016 at the Stanford University Golf Course in memory of Wayne Randolph Brown.

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