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Regency Nursing Centers has a well deserved reputation for excellence in healthcare and I'm extremely proud of our achievements! Thanks for reading our Regency Blog!

Important Message From Regency Nursing Centers

Message From Our President Dear Family of Loved Ones and Honored Staff, At the request and mandate of the State of NJ Department of Health, Regency Nursing Centers has set up a separate unit in Regency Jewish Heritage and Regency … Continue reading

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Coordination and Collaboration at Regency Nursing Centers!

During this unprecedented time of crisis all across the world due to the coronavirus, Regency Nursing Centers continues to care for our patients and residents with singular skill and dedication! Our residents are thriving and vibrant, as we continue to … Continue reading

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Typical Stressors Seniors Face and How to Handle Them

Dear Regency Family, Before we get into the ‘meat and potatoes’ of our latest article, we wish to update you during this difficult time regarding our Regency COVID-19 Protocol and Policies. Click Here for more information and visit us at … Continue reading

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Let The Light Shine!

At Regency Nursing and Rehabilitation Centers, we are always shining a light on our residents to elevate them and to enhance their quality of life. The true light, however, is the light that shines from within. Our residents are all … Continue reading

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Great Big Challah Bake Tomorrow At Regency Heritage!

We want you to join us and guarantee you’ll have a wonderful time! All the event particulars are outlined on the flyer below and of course our very own Master Baker, Marty Kaplan, is already hard at work!

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A Universal Flu Vaccine?

It’s the end of October. Time for sweaters, pumpkins, and… flu shots. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that everyone be immunized against the flu, starting now. This will allow the vaccine to take full effect before … Continue reading

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New Hope in the Fight against Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs

In 1928, Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin, the very first antibiotic, and ushered in an era in which bacterial infections were no longer life-threatening illnesses. In the ninety years since then, antibiotics have saved countless lives — and have now led … Continue reading

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New Hope in the Fight against Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs

In 1928, Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin, the very first antibiotic, and ushered in an era in which bacterial infections were no longer life-threatening illnesses. In the ninety years since then, antibiotics have saved countless lives — and have now led … Continue reading

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7 Ways to Know When Alzheimer’s Means Leaving Home

Alzheimer’s disease can be managed at home for many years. And that’s good, because maintaining stability in their living quarters brings a measure of calm to a person with cognitive impairment. There are many ways to make the home safer for people with Alzheimer’s, … Continue reading

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An Unusual – But Important Place to Check a Pulse

Diabetics know to have their feet checked every time they see their doctor, but everyone else should do that, as well. Feet should be checked for any discoloration or unusual nail growth, and the doctor should also take a pulse … Continue reading

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