Bayhealth, rehab hospital company announce joint venture


Bayhealth and PAM Health announced a new joint venture and management services agreement that expands rehabilitation services in Kent and Sussex counties.

Under the management services agreement, which begins January 1, 2022, PAM Health will manage all inpatient rehabilitation services at Bayhealth Sussex Campus. 

Additionally, Bayhealth and PAM Health have entered into a joint venture agreement to deliver inpatient rehabilitation services at PAM Health’s existing facility in Dover as well as at a new facility in Georgetown,  scheduled to open in 2022. A third facility is planned to be built on the Bayhealth Sussex Campus in the next couple of years, pending regulatory approval. 

“PAM Health is one of the fastest growing experts in the medical rehabilitation industry,” said Terry M. Murphy,  CEO of Bayhealth.  “In addition to their expertise and national experience, PAM Health shares Bayhealth’s deeply held commitment to meeting the growing rehabilitation needs of our communities and carrying out our mission of strengthening the health of our community, one life at a time. We are excited to partner with them as we explore new, innovative ways to serve Kent and Sussex County residents.”

“There has been nothing more important to PAM Health than formalizing an already great relationship with Bayhealth,” said Anthony Misitano, founder and CEO of PAM Health. “When it comes to providing exceptional care our new partner is second to none. Terry Murphy is a visionary leader and I’m gratified to work with him and his team to bring new and improved rehabilitation service to the Delaware market.”

Bayhealth is Delaware’s second largest health system, with hospitals in Milford and Dover.

PAM Health, LLC, based in Enola, PA, provides specialty health care
services through more than 50 long-term acute care and medical rehabilitation
hospitals, as well as 18 outpatient physical therapy locations, in 13 states. More information is available at


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