Madison Community Invited to Grand Opening Celebration, Ribbon Cutting Event for Gaylord Physical Therapy
WALLINGFORD, CONNECTICUT, May 5, 2022 — Gaylord Specialty Healthcare and the Madison Chamber of Commerce invite the community to a ribbon-cutting event in celebration of the grand opening of Gaylord Physical Therapy on Wednesday, May 18, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at its new location on 28 Durham Road, Madison.
This event is free and will offer refreshments, a facility tour, and the opportunity to meet Gaylord Specialty Healthcare President and CEO Sonja LaBarbera. Guests will also meet physical therapists Andrew McIsaac, PT, DPT, and Corey Podbielski, PT, DPT, CSCS, OCS, whose extensive experience treating Gaylord patients will benefit residents from Madison and surrounding towns.
Gaylord Physical Therapy is part of Gaylord Specialty Healthcare, a rehabilitation-focused, nonprofit health system that provides inpatient and outpatient care for people at every point in their recovery from illness or injury to maximum recovery. Gaylord Physical Therapy is a preferred provider to many local sports medicine physicians and orthopedic surgeons and comes highly recommended by its current and former patients, with more than 99 percent reporting being highly satisfied with their therapy services.
To attend the free grand opening celebration, please RSVP by Friday, May 13, to Katelyn Muolo at (203) 741-3454 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Gaylord Specialty Healthcare:
Gaylord Specialty Healthcare is a rehabilitation-focused, nonprofit health system that provides inpatient and outpatient care for people at every point in their journey from illness or injury to maximum recovery.
It is anchored by Gaylord Hospital, a long-term acute care hospital, and includes Gaylord Outpatient Services and Gaylord Physical Therapy for patients who require diagnosis and treatment on an outpatient basis. Gaylord's Milne Institute for Healthcare Innovation is a hub for accelerating world-class rehabilitative research, technology development, and innovation to improve the quality of life and function of people around the world. The newly launched residency program in physiatry, a joint program with UConn School of Medicine and Hartford Hospital, will educate the next generation of rehabilitation doctors in Connecticut and beyond. Together, these entities deliver a complete continuum of rehabilitative care driven by clinical experience, innovation, and human compassion.