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Welcoming Pinni Friedman to Alameda Center!

We are delighted to introduce Pinni Friedman as our new Administrator – and excited about his aim to elevate our outstanding patient & resident care to new heights. A healthcare professional since 2010, Pinni holds an LNHA License in the states of New Jersey and New York and brings to Alameda a successful track record […]

Subacute Rehab Every Day of The Year!

January 8, 2018. Perth Amboy, NJ. Step into Alameda Center For Rehabilitation & Healthcare in Perth Amboy during the holiday season, and you might run into a local group of Girl Scouts and their Troop Leaders caroling through the halls of this towering 250-bed subacute rehabilitation and nursing care facility, meet members of a local […]

Images From Our CEU Event!

In collaboration with VITAS Healthcare, Alameda’s Educational Program had great attendance – and perfectly combined with a delightful dinner at the Portuguese Manor. Take a look!

ALAMEDA CENTER: READY TO STAND IN SUPPORT OF THE PUERTO RICAN COMMUNITY!

Honorable Mayor Javier Jimenez Municipio San Sebastian, Puerto Rico September 27, 2017 Alameda Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare in Perth Amboy, New Jersey wishes to help the Nursing Home bound patients whose insurance can be crossed over to our state and have a need to be relocated while Puerto Rico rebuilds. We have a consortium […]

Sayreville Housing Authority (SHA) residents get free Health Screenings & Education

by Dr. Jorge Gonzalez Gomez, Dir. Hispanic Program and Community Liaison On Monday, September 11, 2017 Alameda Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare offered complimentary health screening services and educational tips on End of Life Decisions. The residents of the SHA were very attentive with the discussion of End of Life. The screening services consisted of […]

Alameda Center’s New DON: Superior Expertise in Nursing Bolsters An Already Outstanding Clinical Team

September 5, 2017. Perth Amboy, NJ. Superior expertise in Nursing is essential to direct patient care and yet, it could prove insufficient when a patient cannot, in the midst of excruciating pain, find the right words to explain where the pain is located or how intense it is. This succinctly encapsulates what drove Jackie Fiorillo, […]

Improving Outcomes of Residents in Long Term Care Facilities (LTCF)

Statistics show the nation’s 65 and older population is projected to reach 83.7 million in the year 2050, almost double in size from the 2012 level of 43.1 million, according to two reports from the U.S. Census Bureau. This data translates into more residents needing healthcare at all levels and in particular, long term care. […]