Long-Term Care Center In Newark, NJ

Our professional nursing team is on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and is trained in geriatrics. We provide skilled nursing care with a focus on maximizing physical and emotional health. Our interdisciplinary team, including nursing, social services, recreation, rehab, and nutritional personnel, works closely with the family members to develop a specialized plan for each resident. We schedule daily meetings to guarantee that our residents are provided with the care they need. Sinai Post-Acute, Nursing & Rehab Center also offers Respite Care for those who require nursing care while their caregiver is away or in need of temporary relief.

A few of our amenities include:

  • New Renovated Dedicated Subacute Unit
  • Complimentary WiFi & Cable
  • Religious Services
  • Private & Semi-Private Rooms
  • On-Site Beauty Salons
  • Multicultural & Multilingual Staff

We take great pride in our highly acclaimed recreation program that features a handful of activities and trips, providing our patients and residents with opportunities  to enjoy socializing, relaxing and some good old-fashioned fun!

Call us today at 973-483-6800 to schedule your personal tour!

Newark, NJ is, by population, the largest city in the state of New Jersey. Newark is home to the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and Newark Museum, as well as The Mills as Jersey Gardens premium outlet mall. To learn more about what Newark has to offer, click here.

Newark Resources:

Essex County Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs – The parks system is comprised of over 6,000 acres of open space. The department is also responsible for operating Turtle Back Zoo, Richard J. Codey Arena, South Mountain Recreation Complex, and more.

Newark Symphony Hall – The Newark Symphony Hall is the oldest and largest showcase for the arts, education and entertainment programming in New Jersey.

Nursing Home Abuse – Abuse is not always easy to discover, but the signs of abuse can make themselves evident in several ways. The easiest way to learn about neglect of abuse is to communicate with your loved one, making sure the resident has every opportunity to tell you about the wrongdoing.

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