Founded in the late sixties, Hempstead Park Nursing Home is a 251-bed facility located in Hempstead, NY, in close proximity to all local hospitals.
Through the years, we have continued to grow and evolve to meet community needs, and today offers a full continuum of care, from temporary respite stays, to short-term rehabilitation, to long-term skilled nursing care, as well as a broad array of specialty programs and services.
Moreover, our convenient location provides immediate access to hospital specialists in virtually every area of medicine, as well as emergency care, should it be required.
At Hempstead Park Nursing Home, we are dedicated to creating a sensitive, nurturing and comfortable home where each patient and resident receives personalized care and attention. We take pride in our resident-centered philosophy and approach to care. Whether in our short-term rehabilitation, long-term skilled nursing, or specialty programs, this philosophy is reflected in our commitment to promoting optimum independence and quality of life for all those who pass through our doors.
Recovering from a recent hospital stay following an injury or illness can come with many challenges. Often times, a family member, based on their experiences caring for loved ones at home, believe that certain changes require hospitalization. However, while true for the elderly living at home, one of the advantages of having your loved one in our care is our ability to respond and manage virtually any need they have – now and in the future.
When hospitals discharge patients and recommend continuing the healing process at our facility, they do so with the trust that we can “take it from here”. Our goal is to build off the progress our patients have made at the hospital and to get them back to their everyday lives as soon as possible. Thus, we have taken measures to improve our clinical capabilities and keep a watchful eye on your loved ones to avoid any unnecessary hospitalizations.
Additionally, our staff is uniquely trained to identify any changes in condition and to communicate that to the appropriate team member, ensuring your loved one receives the best quality care possible.