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Wingate at Beacon

  10 Hastings Drive
Beacon, NY 12508

Wingate at Ulster

  One Wingate Way
Highland, NY 12528

Yorktown Rehabilitation and Nursing Center

  2300 Catherine St
Cortlandt Manor, NY 10567

Woodland Pond at New Paltz

  100 Woodland Pond Cir
New Paltz, NY 12561

1 Featured Nursing & Rehab Communities in the Beacon Area

Yorktown Rehabilitation and Nursing Center

A Leader in Short-Term Rehabilitation & Post-Acute Care

  •  2300 Catherine St, Cortlandt Manor, NY 10567
  • Short Term Short Term
    Various Levels of Care Various Levels of Care
  • Offering Short-Term Rehabilitation & Comprehensive Care Plans
  • Post-Acute Care, Long-Term Care
  • We offer compassionate and dignified care to promote each of our residents’ physical and emotional well-being.
  • Our rehabilitation team provides customized rehabilitation plans and measurable, concrete results, while our long-term care team builds and nurtures our vibrant community.
  • We pride ourselves on providing our community members the highest quality-of-life by partnering with residents and families to foster meaningful relationships. Our hand-picked staff is committed to developing the physical, emotional, and spiritual potential of our residents.

3 Nursing & Rehab Communities in the Beacon Area

Wingate at Beacon

Welcome to Wingate at Beacon

  •  10 Hastings Drive, Beacon, NY 12508
  • Spacious Private Suites & Semi-Private Rooms
  • Pet-Friendly Policy
  • Outdoor Enclosed Courtyard and Patio
  • Private Dining Room
  • State-of-the-Art Gym

Wingate at Ulster

Welcome to Wingate at Ulster

  •  One Wingate Way, Highland, NY 12528
  • Private Suites & Semi-Private Rooms
  • Spacious Common Living Areas
  • 24-Hour Emergency Call System
  • Selective Menus & Specialized Dietary Services
  • Pet-Friendly Policy

Woodland Pond at New Paltz


  •  100 Woodland Pond Cir, New Paltz, NY 12561
  • 177 independent living apartment homes and 24 private cottages
  • Gourmet dining services with an Executive Chef on-site
  • Convenience store, woodshop, art studio, communal gardens, fishing pond
  • 24/7 fully equipped fitness center, indoor heated pool, whirlpool spa tub, massage therapy
  • Short-term respite stays

What is Skilled Nursing Care and Rehabilitation?

Skilled Nursing Facilities, or SNFs, offer a high level of in-patient medical treatment and rehabilitation. SNFs provide 24/7 care to patients who no longer need hospitalization but still require complex nursing and therapy in order to recover from acute injury, illness or surgery. The staff providing the care have received advanced training and licensing, and include registered nurses (RNs), licensed practical nurses and physical, occupational and speech therapists, all working under doctor supervision. Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Facilities can operate as standalone businesses or they can be part of a nursing home or assisted living facility, in a separate unit, wing or floor.

The goal of SNFs is to help patients regain sufficient function and health to return home or transition to another housing option that requires a lower level of care, such as a nursing home or assisted living facility. Because patients enter a skilled nursing facility after a hospital stay, SNFs often describe the care provided as “post-acute care”. This post-acute care often requires some form of rehabilitation for sufficient recovery, so skilled nursing and rehabilitation go hand-in-hand. The types of care provided include:

• Cardiac care
• IV Therapy
• Wound care
• Pulmonary rehabilitation
• Post-stroke recovery
• Monitoring of vital signs
• Speech-language pathology
• Physical therapy
• Occupational therapy

What is the Difference between a Skilled Nursing Facility and a Nursing Home?

SNFs and nursing homes do share some overlap, which can make differentiating between the two somewhat difficult. And again, a nursing home may offer skilled nursing and rehab in a separate wing or area. But they both assist with activities of daily living (ADLs), such as bathing, dressing, walking, toileting and eating. They also manage minor medical tasks, like monitoring medication or oxygen, but beyond that, the types of medical care offered by SNFs and nursing homes differ tremendously.

As described above, SNFs offer “skilled care” – specialized medical care and therapy that can only be safely provided by professionally-trained staff for post-acute recovery and rehabilitation. Care frequently involves the use of hospital-quality medical equipment, which is not available in nursing homes. Nursing homes provide “custodial care”, or care that can be provided by non-licensed staff, often nurse aides. This includes assistance with ADLs, cooking, laundry, and administration of medication. Residents of nursing homes are usually medically stable but have chronic or ongoing conditions that require 24-hr supervision as opposed to 24-hr medical care, such as mobility or cognitive issues. Nursing homes don’t need to have registered nurses in-house, around-the clock and can have RNs or doctors on call.

The duration of care is another major difference between SNFs and nursing homes. According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), the average length of stay in a SNF is 28 days. In contrast, a nursing home is a home, rather than a clinical setting, and is designed to be more permanent. A nursing home has residents instead of patients. Nursing homes focus on daily, non-medical care, with an emphasis on social engagement and building a sense of community. Meals are served in a communal setting, and planned activities and neighborhood excursions are a regular part of life.

The final major difference between Skilled Nursing Facilities and nursing homes is cost. Medicare does not cover the costs for custodial care, which is what nursing homes provide. SNF stays in a semi-private room may be partially covered by Medicare Part A if certain criteria are met, including but not limited to:

• The stay is ordered by a doctor
• A qualifying hospital stay of at least 3 days preceded the order
• Care is complex enough that it can only be performed by professional personnel, such as nurses or therapists
• The services are received in a Medicare-certified SNF

If these and other criteria are met, Medicare will cover stays of up to 100 days as follows:

• Days 1-20: 100%
• Days 21-100: copay
• Days 101+: 0%

What are the Benefits of Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation?

• Skilled nursing is available 24/7, under the supervision of a doctor
• A specialized therapy and care plan involving a variety of treatment methods
• Lower chance of rehospitalization
• On-site tests and procedures
• Dietary assistance
• Medicare coverage for qualifying cases

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