July 08, 2020
Centers Health Care Officially Takes Over Good Samaritan Nursing Home and Kenwood Manor in Delmar
BRONX/ALBANY, NY- July 8, 2020 — Centers Health Care , the largest and most complete post-acute health care continuum in the Northeast, with 41 skilled nursing and rehab facilities across New York State, has officially announced that Good Samaritan Nursing Home and Kenwood Manor, both on Rockefeller Road in Delmar, New York, which were part of the Lutheran Care Network, are now members of the Centers Health Care family. The 120-bed Good Samaritan Nursing Home will now be known as Delmar Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing and 67-room Kenwood Manor will be named Albany Center for Independent Living.
“We are proud to announce that we have become the Receivers for the two former Lutheran Care Network facilities in Delmar and they are now part of the Centers Health Care family,” said Centers CEO Kenny Rozenberg. “We’re thrilled to welcome with open arms the residents, their family members and our new staff to the Centers family and we rededicate these facilities to providing the finest care and service, which have made these two homes so vital to the communities they serve.”
While Centers does not yet own these facilities, we are serving as DOH and Court approved Receivers while our Certificate of Need application is pending with the NYS DOH. The addition of these two facilities, expands the Centers’ presence in the Capital district to now five locations, including Troy Center, Schenectady Center and Fulton Center in Gloversville, plus our other homes throughout the Adirondacks, Central New York, the Southern Tier and Western New York where Centers Health Care offers it’s best of breed in Skilled Nursing, Managed Long Term Care, Adult Day Health Care, Home Care and Assisted Living.
About Centers Health Care
Centers Health Care is one of the largest and most complete post-acute health care continuums in the northeast. The Centers Health Care family includes nearly 50 skilled nursing and rehabilitation facilities in New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Kansas. In addition, the Centers continuum includes Home Health Care, Managed Long-Term Care (MLTC), Adult Day Healthcare, Assisted Living, two state-of-the-art Renal Dialysis Centers, and Centers Urgent Care providing walk-in medical care.
More than 24,000 dedicated staffers and caregivers provide for the needs or over 9,000 long-and short-term residents throughout the Centers Health Care family.
For more information, please visit us at http://www.centershealthcare.org
Jeff R. Jacomowitz