The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at Queens Recognized by Newsweek as “Best Nursing Homes” in New York
The Grand Healthcare System announced that Newsweek has recognized The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at Queens in its second annual “Best Nursing Homes” rankings. The rankings were evaluated against a number of factors, such as response to the COVID-19 pandemic, performance data, and peer recommendations. The rankings are designed to assist patients and their families in making informed decisions about where to receive their long-term and post-acute care. For the rankings, Newsweek identified 400 top facilities across 20 states.
“Being acknowledged among Newsweek’s “Best Nursing Homes” ranking emphatically highlights the excellent care The Grand provides our residents.” Said Dan Muskin, Vice President, The Grand Healthcare System. “The challenges created by Covid-19 were mammoth for the entire industry; we are so proud to have come together as a team and rise to the occasion, ensuring all health and wellness protocols were followed, and that family and friends were able to stay connected throughout these times.”
“The Grand staffs’ devotion and commitment to the residents in our homes is a true reflection of the vision and mission of our organization.” said Peretz Stein, Administrator at The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at Queens. “We are grateful to be honored as one of the Newsweek’s ‘best nursing homes’ in NY state.”
“All the hard work, throughout this exceptionally difficult period of time, brings me pride that we have provided such vital care to our residents and made a difference in their lives and the lives of their families and loved ones,” said Jeremy B. Strauss, CEO of The Grand Healthcare System. “We look to the future with hope to continue serving and supporting our communities, the city and the state and in doing so, uphold this honor.”
According to Newsweek, by 2030, the 65+ demographic will account for more than 20 percent of U.S. residents, and studies say that 70 percent of them will need some kind of long-term care.