Whatever your age, stage, or medical condition, we have the services you need to experience true well-being.
Workmen’s Circle MultiCare Center offers comprehensive programs of care specifically geared to the needs of each individual resident, using a team approach to maintain the highest quality of life.
Our skilled staff is overseen by the center’s Medical Director, and an attending physician oversees the individual plan of care for each resident. Nurse Practitioners and a variety of specialists are available for consultations at the facility.
Our on-site medical services include Psychiatry, Radiology, Orthopedics, Podiatry, Ophthalmology, Optometry, Surgical follow-up, Intravenous Therapy, Dentistry, EKG and laboratory tests. We also provide a diabetic management program with in-house endocrinology services for residents. We have transfer agreements with major hospitals in and around the New York City area to handle any patient care needed outside of the facility.
Workmen’s Circle MultiCare Center’s state-of-the-art rehabilitation center was completely renovated in 2010. This incredible rehabilitation center features a television area, as well as a model kitchen, living room, bed and even a car. Residents can practice using these items under the supervision of our rehabilitation team before going home to ensure a smooth transition back into day-to-day life.
Our rehabilitation staff consists of licensed Physical and Occupational Therapists, Therapy Aides and Speech Pathologists. All services and modalities are provided in the state-of-the-art rehabilitation suite with modern equipment and supplies. Therapy is hands-on; residents are provided with individual attention throughout their session.
Workmen’s Circle MulitiCare Center offers therapy six days a week, including evening and weekend sessions to provide the most convenient treatment program possible for residents.
Rehabilitation & Sub-Acute FAQ
Q. What is Sub-Acute care? A. Patients who require this level of care are medically stable and no longer require acute hospital care.
Physical Therapy staff members are trained to work with residents with various mobility related issues: residents recovering from stroke and other brain injuries, fractures and amputations and residents with neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease or Multiple Sclerosis.
A certified Speech and Language Pathologist provides speech and swallowing assessments. Recommendations may include speech and hearing services, dysphasia management, cognitive therapy and the use of adaptive equipment to increase communications skills.