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Our residents overcame so much to get where they are today. We are inspired by their courage and commitment and we are proud of their strength.

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How I got stronger at Williamsbridge Center

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Bannister Center

Christine Barnes

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Carlota Reyes

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Zeruiah Yehuda

Boro Park Center

Arnie Koenig

Boro Park Center

Eli Tropper

Boro Park Center

Jesus Soto

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Rosemarie Solomon

Bronx Center

Alabi Adeluwoye

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Rodger Shields

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Justin Coke

Buffalo Center

Yvette Parker

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Christopher Dario

Bushwick Center

Ralph Didomenico

Cooperstown Center

Linda McCoy

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Teresa Anzalone

Deptford Center

Judy Rushfrord

Essex Center

Patricia Boyee

Essex Center

Dale Sardea

Far Rockaway Center

Lionel Louis

Far Rockaway Center

Jane McArthur

Fulton Center

Theresa Monroe

Glens Falls Center

Jack Murray

Hammonton Center

Trent Robinson

Hammonton Center

Kay-Andra Morgan

Holliswood Center

Denys Surhayenko

Hope Center

Edna Hutchinson

Hope Center

Lawrence Cannone

Kingston Center

Gloria Velazquez

Martine Center

Stephen Nisbett Jr

Martine Center

Donna Quick

New Paltz Center

Annette Fearon

Northern Manor

Jose Vieira

Oak Hill Center

Maria Walker

Oak Hill Center

Alexis Nilsson

Oneida Center

Martin Serenkin

Richmond Center

Rosemary Beckley

Richmond Center

George Long

Schenectady Center

Shannon Lansley

Schenectady Center

Sarah Birdsong

Slate Valley Center

Hector Pacheco

Triboro Center

James Peck

Triboro Center

Rajpaul Mithuram

Triboro Center

Don Krom

Troy Center

Michelle Nelligan

Troy Center

Marcello Puello

University Center

Alyssa Cullember

Warren Center

Albert Jusino

Washington Center

Ronald Hintz

Washington Center

Aria Myrick

Williamsbridge Center

Glen Gomez

Williamsbridge Center

Dennis Maldonado

Former Resident at Williamsbridge Center

I became extremely sick—to the point where I couldn’t even walk. It was so bad that I became convinced I’d be in a wheelchair for the rest of my life. I felt myself slipping into depression. When I was discharged from the hospital into Williamsbridge Center, I was convinced I might never get home again. But the staff at the Center immediately put me at my ease. They introduced themselves, asked questions, and asked me my goals. When I said I want to walk again and go back home, they said, “Okay, let’s do it!” They were highly professional, but also so friendly. And great communicators. They put together an individualized plan based on my conditions, my needs and my goals. Then we got down to business. The therapy was amazing. The activities—the music and parties—were fantastic. The food was delicious. And before I knew it I was back on my feet. Williamsbridge Center is a great community that got me back into my community—back home!

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Gina

Former Patient at Williamsbridge Center

I had a hip replacement, and the surprising thing to me was how depressed it made me. Being immobilized like that, unable to get around on my own—it set me back physically and mentally. Checking into Williamsbridge Center turned out to be one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. Everyone there was so kind to me—and respectful. They recognized immediately that not only did my hip need rehabbing, but so did my emotional state. The therapy was excellent. The therapists pushed me hard, which was exactly what I needed. Even my family noticed the change—they were happy that I was I was happy. The key to me is that they treated me holistically. Of course the healthcare and therapy were great, but so were the activities, the accommodations, and the food. My anxiety and depression just melted away. When I left, I was stronger than ever, but I had grown to love the Williamsbridge Center team. It had become my second family.

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o Are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19

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Please note that visitors will be required to use PPE (personal protection equipment) as well as maintain social distancing during visits at the facility. Additionally, all visitors will have to complete a COVID-19 health screen questionnaire prior to being allowed in to the facility.

Although not required, we encourage all visitors to vaccinate for COVID-19 to enjoy a safe and risk free visit with your loved ones. Please speak with our staff about COVID-19 vaccines. Please note that the current open visitation policy may change based on updated guidance from CMS and/or NYSDOH or based on COVID-19 outbreak protocols, in case of a facility COVID-19 outbreak. Thank you and looking forward to greeting you soon.

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