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 adult day health care, the Granat Alzheimer Center, 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, the smile that warms the heart, and the words that say everything will be okay.
Excellence is the standard at Parker.
In The News:
Parker's Associate Board of Trustees will induct the 2014 class of Parker Platinum Professionals, Parker's network of young professionals distinguished for their leadership, charitable, civic and community involvement. > more
Parker wishes you and your family joyful Passover and Easter celebrations, and may the blessings of freedom and hope fill your holiday. > more
Parker Jewish Institute is proud to recognize the social work profession during National Social Work Month, and to celebrate its own highly trained and unfailingly compassionate team. > more
We took the Mardi Gras to Parker as residents, patients, and their families enjoyed a Fat Tuesday celebration to rival New Orleans own. > more
Assistant Administrator Stacey Altman was named one of the region's "Rising Stars," a borough-wide program that honors and connects young professionals. > more
At the Coping and Caring Conference of the Long Island Alzheimer's Foundation, staff, volunteers and family caregivers of the Granat Alzheimer's Center and the Willing Hearts, Helpful Hands program were recognized for their dedication and service. > more
An overview of the benefits and efficiencies of managed long term care were provided to an enthusiastic gathering of the County's physicians. > more
McKnight's, the nation's largest long term care industry magazine, credited Parker for demonstrating how technology can improve patient outcomes during the transition process. > more