Middletown, DE Broadmeadow

  • Proudly Serving New Castle County and Neighboring Communities

  • In-Patient Physical, Speech & Occupational Therapies

  • Outdoor Multi-Surface Rehabilitation Courtyard

  • Rehab Team with 100+ Years Combined Experience

  • Comfortable Private & Semi-Private Rooms

  • Outdoor Rocking Porch

  • Restaurant Style Meals Served in our Main Dining Room

  • Practice Activities of Daily Living in Rehab Kitchenette


Cadia Rehabilitation Broadmeadow in Middletown, DE

500 S. Broad Street, Middletown DE 19709
Phone: 302-449-3400 | Fax: 302-449-3455
Opened in November 2005, Cadia Rehabilitation Broadmeadow is centrally located in Middletown DE and provides a wide variety of in-patient rehabilitation and nursing services.
The 50,000 square foot facility has 120 beds and is dedicated to providing quality rehabilitation, physical therapy, skilled nursing and Alzheimer’s care.  Cadia Rehabilitation Broadmeadow has three units including the 30-bed unit that places an emphasis on short-term rehabilitation with the goal of returning residents to their previous or higher level of functioning.  The other two units, Warner and Strand, have a combined 90 beds and offer extended stay care for those who require specialized medical treatment and nursing as well as care for patients with Alzheimer’s and related dementias.  Cadia Rehabilitation Broadmeadow has proudly served Middletown DE, Newark DE and neighboring New Castle County DE and Cecil County MD communities for five years.


- In-Room Phones
- Cable TV
- Wheelchair accessible vans
- Full Service Hair Salon
- In-House Laundry Services
- Outdoor covered Courtyards
- Restaurant Style Meals
- Private Dining Room
- Rehabilitation Gym
- Discharge Rehab Planning 
- Occupational Therapy
- Low Level Laser Therapy (3LT) 
- Physical Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Alzheimer's Dementia Care
- Orthopedic Care
- Wound Care
- Pain Management
- Neurological Management
- IV Therapy
- CVA / Stroke Recovery
The site was first developed as the Broadmeadow Day School in 1965, founded by the Independent School Study Group.  Originally created as a feeder school for St. Andrews, the school was supported by the community and served students in grades kindergarten through third.  By 1977, the day school expanded to include all grades kindergarten through twelfth and additional buildings were added to the site to accommodate the growth.
The school closed its doors in 1989 and was vacant until 1996 when it was purchased by A.J. Cox whose vision it was to create a nursing center to serve the Middletown area.  The name Broadmeadow was kept and incorporated into the new center’s official name, Cadia Rehabilitation Broadmeadow, in honor of the site’s rich history.
"Those girls in Physical Therapy are top notch. I’ve never met better professionals. Do you know they took the time to explain how my stroke affected me and my strength. They are true professionals and watching them work– it’s touching."
- Mark G.