New LifeStyles - Connecticut

Fall/Winter 2014

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See legend on page 50. 38 NURSING/REHAB Newtown, CT - Greenville, RI MASONICARE AT NEWTOWN 139 Toddy Hill Road Newtown, CT 06470 (203) 426-5847 154 beds ALZ, MEM, SNF, RHB, SUB (Ad on page 5) MAP #26 MASONICARE HEALTH CENTER 22 Masonic Avenue Wallingford, CT 06492 (888) 679-9997 382 beds SNF, LTC, SCU, RHB, SUB, PT, ST, OT (Ad on page 5) MAP #23 CORTLAND PLACE 20 Austin Avenue Greenville, RI 02828 (401) 949-3880 NUR, RHB, LTC, RSP, ALZ, AL Independently owned and operated Please call for additional information. MAP #14 We provide both short-term (e.g. post-operative) and long-term (e.g. chronic illness and dementia) skilled nursing. Patients receive 24-hour round-the-clock care from professionally licensed, experienced nurses, therapists and certified nursing assistants. As important, you'll find our staff to be compassionate, and the patient environment to be comfortable, secure and nurturing. With over 100 years' tradition of caring for older adults, Masonicare has an array of skilled nursing care services. Masonicare Health Center offers short-term and long-term skilled nursing, as well as a full range of senior-focused inpatient and outpatient healthcare, including an outpatient GI suite, an acute care hospital unit, short-term rehabilitation, and inpatient hospice. Nestled in a park like setting with shade trees, beautiful flowers, flowing streams and outside patios that are enjoyed all during the year. Offering Skilled, LTC Nursing and Rehabilitation, our Nursing Home includes long term and skilled rehabil- itation and a secured wing dedicated to Alzheimer's and Dementia Care. We also offer PT, OT and ST; and Hospice and Respite care are provided as needed. Our AL residents can transition to nursing care as needed. Visit and tour communities from the comfort of your own home. Click Virtual Tour to view a 360 degree tour. w w w.New LifeSty Online Tour!

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