The Heritage Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center, a stellar provider of high caliber subacute care located in the hub of Borough Park, hosted an Appreciation Luncheon honoring the Satmar Bikur Cholim volunteers on February 4, 2015.
Renowned for helping community patients heal by delivering wholesome home-made food to hospital rooms for over 50 years, Satmar Bikur Cholim has become a most trusted and reliable resource for hospital patients faced with the myriad details that need knowledgeable coordination at the time of discharge.
Of utmost importance at the time of discharge, is the patient’s awareness that there is a better choice close to home, in their own neighborhood, and that there is no reason to settle for impersonal rehabilitation environments, even if they appear to be impressive in size.
The smaller, boutique style setting at The Heritage, assures an unmatched level of personal attention and the highest caliber of subacute care. “We might be smaller in size”, says Rabbi Gruenwald, but “The Heritage, like the heart, is powerful beyond its size!”
Offering a full spectrum of rehabilitation services that include intense rehab and gradual reconditioning, The Heritage caters to people recovering from bone fractures, knee injuries, hip or knee replacement, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, heart disease as well as respiratory conditions and neurological disorders.
“We focus on returning the patients home as soon as possible, but for as long as they are under our care”, says Milton Nussbaum, Administrator at The Heritage, “we make sure everyone receives the tending, attention and social interaction that they are accustomed to as part of the community”.
What sets The Heritage apart, however, is that while on their way to recovery, patients enjoy glatt kosher cuisine, daily shiurim, and the ever- uplifting visits of yeshiva and Bais Yaakov students.
For nothing surpasses the true caring of people who recognize you as a neighbor, who will offer their steadfast encouragement, and who are glad to see you remain an active participant in the always busy, always thriving Borough Park community.
With this unsurpassed level of personal attention and the high level of rehabilitative services they offer, The Heritage is, indeed, Like the Heart – Powerful Beyond Its Size!
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The Heritage Center – an Integral Neighborhood Presence Plans for an Uplifting Pesach Underway
As soon as the mishloach manos are cleared away and the costumes stored for next year, Pesach preparations begin in earnest. And at The Heritage Rehabilitation & Health Care Center – a name that has become synonymous with unsurpassed rehabilitative care in the heart of Boro Park – the groundwork for a Heimishe Yom Tov is already being laid.
Intensive cleaning will commence the week before Pesach, and on the Motzei Shabbos prior to Yom Tov a team of Mashgichim will descend on the kitchen to kasher it from top to bottom. The Heritage is under the strict supervision of the KHC?and Rabbi Avrohom Friedlander shlit”a. For all patients who desire non-gebrokst and hand shmura matzos, those foods will be available upon request. Aside from inspiring communal Sedarim led by one of The Heritage’s Staff Rabbis, residents and their loved ones who prefer to conduct their own seder will be accommodated with a private setting and everything else they need for a proper bakovodik seder. Chol Hamoed will be replete with an array of entertainment for our residents and their visitors, with a gala musical celebration to take place one day featuring live music and a surprise guest.
And now for our “NES GADOL” Contest winners!
First Place Writing:
Malkie Sternlicht, age 11, Flatbush, NY
First Place Drawing:
Fraidy Schwartz, age 5, Monsey, NY
Second Place Writing:
Silki Sputz, age 13, Boro Park, NY
Second Place Drawing:
Simi Landau, age 8, Brooklyn, NY
Third Place Writing:
Chany Wiesenfeld, age 12, Brooklyn, NY
Chayala Boxer, age 10, Brooklyn, NY
Third Place Drawing:
Esty Gross, age 7, Brooklyn, NY
Raizy Blumenfrucht, age 8, Brooklyn, NY
Writing Honorable Mentions:
Yitzchok Krohn, age 10, Waterbury, CT
Esti Rakow, age 12, Brooklyn, NY
Malka Gitty Greenzweig, age 11, Brooklyn, NY
Myriam Neuberger, age 11, Brooklyn, NY
Rivka Ruchy Stein, age 13
Chayala Gottesman, age 9, Brooklyn, NY
Fraidy Perl, age 13, Brooklyn, NY
Shragi Fruchthandler, age 11, Brooklyn, NY
Drawing Honorable Mentions:
Bruchy Rubin, age 7, Brooklyn, NY
Raizy Margules, age 7, Brooklyn, NY
Shmuel Newmark, age 5, Brooklyn, NY
Chumie Cofsky, age 4, Lakewood, NJ
Yitty Grossman, age 7, Brooklyn, NY
Moshe Amsel, age 6, Brooklyn, NY
Sarah Strimber, age 7, Brooklyn, NY