Welcome to The Pavilion Rehabilitation and Nursing Center!


The Pavilion Rehabilitation and Nursing Center offers a variety of individualized healthcare services and therapy programs to families in Hyannis, Cape Cod, and surrounding communities throughout Massachusetts. The Pavilion has recently been awarded the 2019 Silver National Quality Award by the American Health Care Association (AHCA). We strive to enhance our resident's and patient's quality of life by helping them to reach their highest level of function and independence.

Our 82 bed facility is fully accredited by Joint Commission and is Medicare/Medicaid Certified. Here, residents enjoy many dynamic programs, as well as a variety of social, religious and cultural activities with all the comforts of home. The Pavilion's team of doctors, nurses, dieticians, therapists and social workers pride themselves in creating the finest specialized care plans that offers our residents the greatest opportunity to achieve optimum independence and quality of life.

The Pavilion's rehabilitation programs and skilled nursing services include Short-term rehabilitation, long term care, respite care and in-patient hospice care. We also offer physical, occupational, speech and respiratory therapy. Our interdisciplinary team approach is a coordinated effort involving nursing, rehabilitation services, nutritional counseling, social services and recreational activities for the well-being of all residents.

We at the Pavilion do our best to provide our residents with all the latest amenities, including free wireless internet access throughout our facility. Ask our staff about access while you are staying or visiting with us.


Achievements we're proud of:


2019 Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award

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Pavilion Rehabilitation and Nursing Center 2019 Silver National Quality Award


2019 Joint Commission Accredited Healthcare Organization


2019 Center for Medicare and Medicaid 5-Star Rating

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2019 The John F. Kennedy Jr. Community Service Award.

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Pavilion Rehabilitation and Nursing Center 2017 Bronze National Quality Award

Awarded a 2018 Massachusetts Senior Care Foundation Scholarship

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Occupational therapy is used to help people with Parkinson’s disease (PD) to continue with their daily tasks as the disease progresses. Occupational therapists can help evaluate and plan these activities that are crucial to the well-being and independence of people with PD.

How can an occupational therapist help?

Occupational therapists are specialists who promote health and well-being. In PD, their primary objective is to enable patients to participate in the activities of everyday life by working with them to improve their ability to engage in tasks they want to, need to, or are expected to do. In many cases, this may require modifying an occupation (task) or the environment to better support occupational engagement.


Multiple specialists, one location.

To better meet our resident's medical needs when they arise, the Pavilion has engaged the services of physicians in multiple specialties to provide on-site care. In making regular rounds, specialists provide a service that is a major benefit to residents who might otherwise need to see doctors at multiple locations. Specialties include, but are not limited to the following:




Wound Care






Internal Medicine