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Join Regency Today In A Moment Of Remembrance

Hi Friends!

Happy Memorial Day.

I’m grateful for the great feedback we have already received on Facebook and elsewhere, regarding the poignant and powerful Memorial Day message from our President, sent out right before the weekend (if you did not receive the email, find it here).

Now we’d like to know, where will you be at 3pm today and what will you be doing?

Why do I ask?

Well, the National Moment of Remembrance, established by Congress, asks Americans, wherever they are at 3 p.m., local time, on Memorial Day, to pause in an act of national unity for a duration of one minute.

Here is how this special moment evolved:

On Memorial Day, 1997 Taps” was played at 3:00 PM on many radio and television stations across the Nation as Americans paused to remember the men and women who have lost their lives in service to our country.  In 2000, then-president Bill Clinton signed the `National Moment of Remembrance Act,” which designates 3:00 p.m. local time on Memorial Day each year as the National Moment of Remembrance to remember and honor the men and women of the United States who died in the pursuit of freedom and peace.

There are various organizations who participate in this moment of silence: all Major League Baseball games halt, Amtrak train whistles sound across the country, and hundreds of other nationwide participants remind Americans to pause for the Memorial Day National Moment of Remembrance – some of which include:

  • Greyhound
  • Empire State Building
  • National Grocers Association
  • Statue of Liberty
  • Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
  • NASCAR
  • NASA
  • Liberty Bell

So, today at 3:00 PM take a minute to remember America’s fallen and their families. During this Moment, 200 Amtrak trains will blast their whistles, approximately 500,000 Major League Baseball fans are joined in silence, and countless other participants make a vow to remember

Will you help us honor their call?

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Message From Regency President & Founder, David Gross

Dear Regency Family and Friends,

9/11/2001

I’m sure you knew exactly where you were at 8:46 am.

Everything changed after that.

We saw with pristine clarity, the face of evil and those who wish to destroy our way of life and our freedoms.

We witnessed true bravery and the unassailable spirit of everyday Americans and heroes in uniform who put their lives on the line when it mattered most.

Evil needs to be vanquished and eradicated wherever it exists.

Each of us has the ability to do our own share in our sphere of influence to expel the forces of darkness and light the candle of freedom.

Every smile, every gesture of kindness towards someone you care about, serves to further the cause of hope.

Tomorrow at Regency Nursing Centers in New Jersey, we remember our fallen heroes, and we salute our brave men and women in uniform who fight still, so that we may enjoy our freedoms.

We embrace them with our thoughts and prayers and with our everlasting gratitude.

“Let Freedom Ring!!”

Warm Regards,

David Gross, L.N.H.A.

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Message From Regency Founder, Mr. David Gross

On Tuesday, November 11th, the Regency Family will join the entire nation in honoring and celebrating our precious War Veterans.

Veteran’s Day is a time to recognize, appreciate and honor all our brave men and women of the Armed Forces, whose blood was shed in their ultimate acts of self sacrifice so that we may enjoy our freedom and liberties in this great Country of ours.

America’s surviving war veterans must be guarded and treasured as living heroes of the highest caliber.

I am proud that at Regency Nursing Centers we host many War Vets, who call Regency their home and are thriving in health and happiness under our expert care and devotion.

I join all of our dedicated staff in honoring and saluting you for your dedicated service to our Country.

I further reaffirm my commitment to spare no effort or expense in providing you with the singular care and compassion which has become the ‘Regency Hallmark of Excellence.’

Warm Regards,
David Gross L.N.H.A.

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Regency Nursing Centers Celebrates 25 Years!

Message from the Regency Founder and President

Mr. David Gross; Founder and President
Mr. David Gross; Founder and President

Dear Friends,

As we transition into 2014, I am proud to inform you of an important milestone for the Regency Nursing and Rehabilitation Centers!

This year marks our 25th Anniversary!

25 Years of Excellence!
25 Years of Excellence!

During the past quarter century, Regency has experienced exponential growth and success. What began as a single facility in Hazlet has grown into four World Class skilled nursing facilities and an adult day medical center.

We have shared many great memories together. We have grown together. We have overcome challenges and have never wavered in our deep and abiding commitment to our patients and families.

We have spared no expense in tackling evolving technologies and initiatives for growth which have consequently placed us at the forefront of our industry.

Indeed, Regency Nursing Centers has earned its place as a leader and model of excellence in the world of Senior Healthcare.

Our core philosophy and guiding principles continue to be the same as they were from the very beginning.

They are:

  •  Our uncompromising commitment to excellence
  •  Our pursuit of the most talented, dedicated and compassionate staff.

I am proud to say that here at Regency, your words, actions and thoughtfulness place resident dignity and care on display each and every day. I see it in the way you treat residents like your own family, whether they are receiving post-acute care, sub-acute care, short-term rehab or long-term care.

Your professionalism, kindness and compassion, has consistently earned us the highest 5-Star ratings for excellence from all sectors, including The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, Gannet World News and USA Today.

In fact, Valerie Fisher, District Manager from the Social Security Administration, recently said this about Regency: “Your personalized care and homelike atmosphere for your residents serves as a model in patient care.” This is high praise coming from someone who evaluates numerous skilled nursing facilities throughout the state.

At Regency we truly are the place “Where caring comes to life!” and with this continued mandate and mindset, we will surely share in another 25 years of achievements.

Finally, I want to say thank you to the wonderful Regency staff for your constant love, kindness and compassion towards everyone in our care. Regency would not be Regency without all of you!

Warm Regards,

David Gross L.N.H.A.

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Message From Mr. David Gross, Regency Founder and President

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Mr. David Gross; Founder and President
Mr. David Gross; Founder and President

Happy New Year from all of us at Regency Nursing Centers, to all of you, our beloved friends and families!!!

Whether you are a dedicated employee, a resident, or a family member, I consider you all ‘friends and family.’

Thank you for entrusting us with the care of your loved ones in 2013 and here is to a healthy and wonderful 2014!!

We are excited about our ever evolving and expanding level of care to meet new challenges and tackle new frontiers.

We have always been the innovators in our industry and have every intention of maintaining this singular standard of care and excellence.

I am exceedingly proud of our accomplishments over this past year and I’m grateful to all of you who contributed in your own special way!

May all of your hopes and aspirations be fulfilled for you and your families in this New Year.

Best Wishes,

David Gross, L.N.H.A.

 

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Regency Nursing Launches a New Blog!!

On behalf of our beloved Founder and President, we are excited to report the launch of a (second) BRAND NEW REGENCY BLOG to all of you faithful readers and followers!!

The new blog will be structured differently than our blog right here at www.njnursing.com.

For one thing, our new blog is hosted right on our corporate Regency Website!

Whereas on this blog we post compelling newsworthy items, but also engage in awesome, light and funny ‘Regency banter’, the new blog will be more of an informational venue and industry resource.

Of course, we invite you to continue following us in both places

Check out our new blog at www.RegencyNursing.com/blog

I extend a personal thank you to MDU and also to the awesome and brilliant Tzvi Gross, for his help.

Hey Tzvi, as a token of my appreciation, please allow everyone else to get a kick out of your picture below!!!

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Tzvi Gross of our Administration!
Tzvi Gross of our Administration!