Nursing Homes & Assisted Living Centers New York NY

Nursing homes (also referred to as rest homes or skilled nursing facilities) and assisted living centers are facilities providing residence and care for the elderly in retirement. Nursing homes are for seniors who require constant medical care and supervision, while assisted living centers are for seniors who require some assistance with daily tasks. See below to locate a nursing home or assisted living center in New York, NY.

Local Companies

Brooklyn - Queens Nursing Home
(718)277-5100
2749 Linden Blvd
Brooklyn, NY
First Cerebral Palsy of New Jersey
(973)751-0200
7 Sanford Ave
Belleville, NJ
Atlantic Senior Center
(718)345-7994
70 Pennsylvania Ave
Brooklyn, NY
Encore Community Center
(212)581-2910
239 W 49th St
New York, NY
Visiting Nurse Regional Health Care System, Inc.
718-923-7110
15 Metrotech Center, 11th Floor
Brooklyn, NY
Woodmere Rehab & Health Care Center
(516)374-9300
121 Franklin Pl
Woodmere, NY
Coler Goldwater Specialty Hsptl Nursing
(212)318-8000
1 Main St
New York, NY
JASA - Parkchester
(718)822-9337
2000 Benedict Ave
Bronx, NY
Dyckman Senior Citizens Center
(212)962-7653
3754 10th Ave
New York, NY
Placement Counselors Corp
(954) 965-2925
NY
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