The Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation, conveniently located at the Queens-Nassau County border in New Hyde Park, New York, is a non-profit that offers short term rehabilitation, sub-acute care and nursing home care, as well as community-based health care, encompassing social adult day care, home health care, and a hospice program that serves terminally ill patients in their own homes or in nursing facilities, including Parker's nursing home.
Parker's residents and patients, and those who live in New York City and Long Island, also benefit from on-site dialysis, provided by Queens-Long Island Renal Institute, Inc., and medical transportation, provided by Lakeville Ambulette Transportation, LLC.
Parker has its own medical department, and is renowned for skilled nursing, professional social work, superb dining, an on-site pharmacy, and excellent therapeutic recreation. The Institute is among the leaders in teaching and geriatric research, and is at the forefront of innovations in patient-centered care and technology. Parker's staff not only provides the best health care, therapy and social work services, but also extends the hand of reassurance, thesmile that warms the heart, and the words that say everything will be okay.
You are cordially invited to Parker Gala 2016 on December 6 at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.
In The News:
Parker At Your Door is a medical house calls program for adults. We provide quality and convenient primary medical care to our patients in the comfort of their homes. > more
Parker's Nerken Center for Research and Grants has been awarded a multi-year grant to support family caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer's Disease and dementia throughout Long Island. Parker is receiving this funding as a part of a large statewide program designed to relieve family caregiver stress. > more
The model provides Medicare beneficiaries who qualify for coverage under the Medicare Hospice Benefit and dually eligible beneficiaries who qualify for the Medicaid Hospice Benefit the option to elect to receive supportive care services typically provided by hospice and continue to receive curative services at the same time. > more