Touchpoints Rehab's CHF Program Showcased on Fox61's 'Northeast Living' with Rachel Lutzker
February 18, 2019Today, Touchpoints Rehab’s signature Congestive Heart Failure rehabilitation program was featured on Fox 61’s Northeast Living featuring Rachel Lutzker. The clip includes an interview with Touchpoints at Bloomfield’s own Director of Nursing Shanta Griffiths and iCare Health Network’s Director of Transitional Care Sarah Landi. Check it out here…
“My family have been fans of Touchpoints at Manchester for many years, so when I needed rehab after my open heart surgery Touchpoints was my only choice. I experienced many complications but the amazing nurses and therapists were on top of things every step of the way…I am so surprised that I am going home so soon after all I have been through. My family and I feel confident that I am ready, and we all have the education and services I need to continue my recovery.”
Regina Estrada, Certified Dementia Practitioner of the Year, Pictured on Times Square Billboard
February 6, 2019Silver Springs’ Charge Nurse Regina Estrada won Certified Dementia Practitioner of the Year in 2018, as awarded by the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners (NCCDP). See the original blog post here… On February 5th a picture of Regina posing with her certificate and NCCDP’s Lynn Biot-Gordon, COO, and Rhonda Branda, President, appeared in the famous digital billboards of Times Square, New York, New York.
Westside Care Center is Ready for the Super Bowl
February 1, 2019Westside Care Center is already in the Super Bowl spirit with a few days left to go. On Friday, February 1st the Westside team wore their Patriots jerseys to celebrate their New England team. Sunday’s Super Bowl bash for residents will include pizza, wings and a homemade cake made by Theresa in Food Service.
Park Place Health Center Joins the iCare Health Network Under the Name Parkville Care Center
January 29, 2019On January 25, 2019, iCare Health Network assumed operation of Park Place Health Center on Greenwood Street in Hartford. The 150-bed skilled nursing care center will emerge and operate under the name “Parkville Care Center” as recognition of its important place and history in the Parkville neighborhood of Hartford. Park Place has played a vital role in skilled nursing and long-term care for the City and region, especially for the Hispanic population it has historically served.