333 Bidwell Street
Manchester, CT 06040

Touchpoints at Manchester

  • Silver

  • Three Star Facility per CMS

  • Four Star Facility for Quality Measures

  • Hartford HealthCare Preferred Provider
Patrick Neagle

Patrick Neagle


Dear Residents and Family Members,

Welcome to Touchpoints at Manchester. We are a leader in post-acute, rehabilitative and skilled nursing care.  Beyond short term rehabilitation our services and programs include a dynamic behavioral health program based in a secured unit with a strong recovery-based model and our signature, specialized programs for congestive heart failure rehabilitation and pulmonary care.

Our Director of Nurses leads a motivated, experienced nursing department who treats the ‘whole person’ as we strive to meet the physical, emotional, and psycho-social needs of all our residents.  This facility treats resident care with a holistic approach and our team follows the company mission that they will “enrich the lives of the residents we serve”.

Our progressive, personalized approach to care enables your recovery to progress at a better pace. We also aim for better results. By bringing together all the expertise you need in one place, you are free to concentrate your energy on healing. 

We’ll take care of you, as well as take care of everything—from customized treatment plans to coordinating care between our interdisciplinary team, patient and provider. The expertise and competency of our staff is reflected in our high standards of care. Patients benefit from working one-on-one with rehab specialists up to seven days per week.

In addition to taking advantage of the latest advancements and progressive protocols, our staff members have received special training in such important areas as Total Joint Rehabilitation. Through our innovative Pre-hab Program and Pre-booking process, we help minimize potential complications, while maximizing successful outcomes. 

What motivates me to come to work everyday is the drive to make someone’s life better today than it was yesterday. Whether it be a patient, staff member or family member, my goal is to somehow be a positive impact on that person. If I am able to go home and know I achieved that task, I consider it a successful day. We look forward to serving you further. 

Best regards,

Patrick Neagle