After pushing back this year’s celebration of National Nursing Home Week, a New Jersey-based operator finally got a chance to repay its workers by gifting them thousands of dollars worth of prizes. Click here for more!
Mrs. Hellen L. was admitted to The Riverside Premier Rehabilitation and Healing Center from St. Luke’s on May 13, 2020. In 1995, Ms. L. was in a car accident and never fully recovered from it. Since her accident, she would … Continue reading →
Mr. Jones had been feeling under the weather for several days when he had a conversation with his loving wife. His spouse had noticed some unusual changes in his health, which she brought to his attention. As the days passed, … Continue reading →
Mrs. Lee M. was admitted to Mount Sinai West on April 10, 2020, for shortness of breath, and a fall in her apartment. Lee reported to Mount Sinai West medical staff that she fell twice in her apartment. The first … Continue reading →
Find the beauty in every day! Thank you for following along on our 2020 Art for Life journey! Enjoy instructional painting classes from across the network from the comfort of your own home! Click here and click here!
The Riverside Premier Rehabilitation and Healing Center, an innovative skilled nursing care leader in Manhattan’s Upper West Side, recently celebrated their 175th successful COVID-19 related patient discharge. Click here for the full story
Following bilateral weakness and swelling, and a fall in October 2019, Ms. Vines was admitted to Mt. Sinai St. Lukes on January 8, 2020, where she stayed for four months using a wheelchair to allow her body to heal. She … Continue reading →
Ms. Tanaka is a perfect example of the American dream, having immigrated from Japan in hopes of pursuing a career in the fashion industry. Life in the United States was in her words, “fulfilling.” After graduating from a professional school … Continue reading →
Arthur, a retired high school math teacher, was admitted to Mount Sinai West on January 10, 2020 for a fall in his kitchen. Following surgery to repair his left femur, his doctor recommended rehabilitation at a skilled nursing and rehabilitation … Continue reading →
Mr. Moses was admitted to New York-Presbyterian for elective surgery on his spine. He injured his spine during his military career. As he recalls during a combat operation, the enemy fired an artillery shell at his position. It was nearly … Continue reading →