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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. […]

Meet Paul Preston, Director of Dining Services at Alameda

With a Public Health Degree from Rutgers University + Servsafe Certification … he’s got the kitchens at Alameda rocking! Paul, what’s the best part of your job at Alameda? The ABSOLUTE BEST part is the ethnic diversity of both Residents and staff: A truly unique array of people that reflects how remarkable Alameda Center is. […]

A Great Presence: Dr. Gonzalez At Perth Amboy’s L.E.A.F.!

Perth Amboy’s Learning Empowerment, Achievement Foundation (L.E.A.F.) held their Annual Gala on May 06, 2017 at the Cornucopia St. Charles vessel. Honoring the 2017 scholarship recipients was Laurie Hernandez: Renowned 2016 Summer Olympic US Gold Medal Winner in gymnastics and 2016 Dancing with the Stars Winner. Pictured below: Laurie Hernandez and Dr. Jorge Gonzalez Gomez […]

Spotlight on Terri Dellapietro: Going Above & Beyond Her Call Of Duty

Recovering from a severe infection and in dire need of post acute rehab, Mr. R, a gentleman in his mid-seventies, was admitted to Alameda Center following his hospital discharge. His wife was used to the valet parking service she was treated to at the hospital every time she visited her husband there, and assumed she […]

Alameda Speaks on “Protocols”

We’ve often heard that computers are able to communicate with one another, worldwide; because of the different “operating languages” they use via the protocols. In healthcare, the use of clinical protocols allows health care providers to offer appropriate diagnostic treatment and care services to patients. Alameda has been at the forefront of protocol development for […]