Happy 100th Birthday Horace Scott!

Slate Valley resident turns 100 and was featured in the Granville Sentinel!

December 25, 2017

As featured in the print edition of the Granville Sentinel.

Christmas was a VERY special day at Slate Valley Center for a Mr. Horace Scott.

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Steuben Center Honors Their Veterans

18 Veterans receive medals as thanks for their service

November 13, 2017

Eighteen veterans at the Steuben Center in Bath enjoyed a luncheon Friday to thank them for their service and sacrifice, which will never be ... read more

Celebrating America's Veterans

McKnight’s and Geri-Care Feature 3 Veterans from 3 Different Centers (Essex Center, Boro Park Center and Troy Center)

November 10, 2017

At Geri-Care we are doing our part to help inspire and honor United States veterans. Coining the “Call for Heroes” campaign, Geri-Care is ... read more

In the photo, from left to right: Balinger Grewal (Staff Educator), Jessica Saracen (Director of Admissions), Agnes Tan (Director of Activities), James Durkin (Resident Council President), Mayor Dennis Riley of Mt Laurel Township, Sweeny Grullon (Director of Social Services), Lauren Beaudry (Social Worker), Amrit Kaur (Director of Nursing)

Mt. Laurel Mayor Issues Proclamation to Mt. Laurel Center for Nursing Home Week

Mayor Dennis Riley Kicks Off Nursing Home Week at Mt. Laurel

May 15, 2017

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STATEN ISLAND, NY (Sept. 8, 2016) –Richmond Center for Rehabilitation and Specialty Health Care, a 300-bed facility that joined the Centers Health Care family only four years ago, has earned an overall 4-star facility rating by Medicare in their comparison of more than 15,000 Medicare- and Medicaid-participating nursing homes. Located on Tompkins Avenue in Staten Island and originally known at St. Elizabeth's, Richmond Center is fully committed to the Staten Island community by offering the broadest range of services available under one roof on Staten Island. The services provided by Richmond Center include adult day health care, world class physical, occupational and speech therapy, skilled nursing and, what is rapidly becoming, one of the finest facilities in the Northeast for the treatment of neuro-behavior disorders.  

“This 4-star rating surely demonstrates the dedication from the entire staff at Richmond Center,” said Kenny Rozenberg, CEO of Centers Health Care, the largest post-acute health care continuum in New York.  “When Richmond Center joined the Centers Health Care family, we knew we had the start of something special. Being recognized as a 4-star facility proves we were right.  Now we start working toward a 5-star rating by continuing to provide the people of Staten Island with the highest quality short and long-term health care available.”

In addition to receiving impressive scores in the staffing and health inspection categories, Richmond Center also received high scores for improvements in services to short and long-term residents: 

  • Richmond Center scored 12-points higher than the national average for short-term residents who demonstrate that they are making improvements in function.  
  • Richmond Center lowered their re-hospitalization rate to only 8.7% of all short-term residents – 25% better than the national average. 
  • Richmond Center earned a rating 57% lower than the national average for long-term residents who report moderate to severe pain
  • The Centers score for long-term residents who need help with daily activities was 26% lower than the national average. 

Richmond Center’s scores above were also better than the New York State average in their respective categories.

“These rankings are a true testament about how we as a Center care deeply about providing our residents with the best of everything.  And that includes making the investment necessary to offer both high quality and specialty care” said Philip Buchsbaum, LNHA, Administrator of Richmond Center for Rehabilitation and Specialty Health Care. “The Centers Health Care model is a one-to-one resident approach.  Everyone here chose to put their faith in Richmond Center and to earn that faith everyday with top notch services and professional personalized care.”  

In addition to the Adult Day Health Care facility, which is designed to provide for the needs of those suffering from mental illness often associated with HIV/AIDS, Richmond Center also offers a second Adult Day Care social program as well as a state-of-the-art 28-bed ventilator unit.  The Richmond Center campus includes the former Bayley Seton Hospital building as well, now home to the Neurobehavioral Recovery Unit.  

Today Richmond Center is in the final stages of an extensive renovation featuring new resident rooms and common areas, and a brand new, industry-leading physical therapy suite just opened with the very latest in equipment and protocols. A fleet of custom outfitted vans now transports day care members, carries residents to outside medical appointments or on scheduled outings, and picks up resident’s family memberswho wish to visit.  

For more information about Richmond Center For Rehabilitation and Specialty Health Care, please go to  http://centershealthcare.com/richmond_center .

Medicare Certifies Richmond Center as a 4-Star Facility

Centers Health Care Facility Receives Impressive Scores in Staffing and Health Inspections

September 8, 2016

Richmond Center for Rehabilitation and Specialty Health Care, a 300-bed facility that joined the Centers Health Care family only four years ago, has ... read more

(L to R) Ellenette Park, Director of Nursing at Waterfront Center, Colin Hart, Waterfront Administrator, Michelle Hardy, Assistant Administrator Buffalo Center

Centers Health Care Teams Up with Senior Wishes

August 4, 2016

Senior Wishes, the United Church Home Society (UCHS) group located in Orchard Park, has been making the wishes of Western New York’s elderly come ... read more

Davey shares a smile with one of our residents

Making a Little Magic in Buffalo

June 13, 2016

When Centers Health Care started talking about the changes they were making at the former Delaware Nursing Home, people thought about new rooms, and ... read more

SeniorCare CEO Michael Vatch and Centers Health Care CEO Kenny Rozenberg

Centers Health Care Celebrates EMS Week

May 17, 2016

It’s Emergency Medical Services Week! In honor of the hard work and long hours put in by our EMS providers, our very own CEO Kenny Rozenberg is ... read more

Hamlet was a hit with everyone as he strolled the halls of Hammonton Center, interacting with residents, staff and visitors.

Miniature Horse Visits the Hammonton Center

April 28, 2016

A little part of the west came to Hammonton Center this week, and made a big, BIG impression. Hamlet, a 5-year old American Miniature horse visited the ... read more

Artists In Residence Exhibit Photos

Artists In Residence Exhibit Photos

March 7, 2016

Art therapy is one of the ways we accomplish that. We invite you to enjoy the artistic expressions of our Hope Center ... read more

Suffolk Center’s new therapy car is easy to spot

Suffolk Center Unveils Rehab Car

October 28, 2015

The Suffolk Center for Rehabilitation and healthcare proudly unveiled the latest piece of equipment in their physical therapy collection – a Rehab Car. ... read more

Kenny Rozenberg (R) and Daryl Hagler in their Team Centers racing jackets pose wtth the New York State NASCAR Super Stock championship trophy and the Gary Marshall Memorial trophy, one of the featured races won by the Centers team in 2015.

Our Centers are Champions in More Ways Than One

October 26, 2015

Every Centers Health Care facility is a champion.  We are champions to the residents we serve and their families, to our communities, and to the ... read more

Humble Hero

October 19, 2015

Before he heads to Washington, DC on Saturday, Thomas Buckley just has one question:

“Why is my opinion important?”

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Maria Paliotta accepts $3,250 donation from Kenny Rozenberg on behalf of Centers Health Care employees.

Volunteers Raise $6,500 for Local Charities in One Hour

April 27, 2015

On Sunday, April 26, 650 volunteer runners converged on Rockland Lake State Park to join in a race to support two local charities. The runners were all ... read more

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