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Category Archives: Long Term Nursing
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced in May that Medicare Advantage plans can expand their coverage of supplemental benefits. Starting in 2019, Medicare Advantage plans will be able to offer coverage of services like respite care, non-hospice palliative … Continue reading
Regency Jewish Heritage honored its employee of the year in June of 2018! We applaud Elisa Brion for her work ethic and dedication
We’ve spent all week celebrating skilled nursing care and paying tribute to our amazing staff, residents and families. The American Health Care Association, who established this special week back in 1967, says NSNCW provides an opportunity to recognize the role of … Continue reading
Riverview Medical Center, in Red Bank, NJ, which has recently become a part of the Meridian/Hackensack partnership of hospitals, has nothing but consistent praise for Regency Park Post-Acute, Nursing and Rehabilitation, in Hazlet, NJ. Take a look at the letter we … Continue reading
Loneliness is a real issue for residents in nursing homes. They are far from their families and everything familiar. Even though they are surrounded by people—residents and staff who sometimes become cherished friends—there is no replacement for family. Family … Continue reading
Our residents enjoyed a fantastic dance event last week at Regency Jewish Heritage Visit our Facebook Page to see additional photos!
Our residents enjoy exquisite dining and fine cuisine at Regency Grande and we are quite proud of that. Here are several photos from this week!
Yesterday, we had the pleasure of hosting a special event for the Hadassah Womens Organization, at Regency Heritage. This was an “Author Spotlight” event featuring Linda Forgosh and her biography on Louis Bamberger.
An industry colleague asked me again today (or was it yesterday? It is afterall 1 am on Wednesday, as I write these lines), whether it is true what people say about St. Joseph’s Hospital being located “in our backyard.” My … Continue reading