Skilled Nursing

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Skilled Nursing-Lieberman Center for Health and RhabilitationLieberman Center for Health and Rehabilitation, a skilled nursing residential community with 240 private rooms that provides short-term rehabilitation, long-term, dementia care and planned medical respite care designed to address an individual's specific needs and abilities. 

Residents enjoy the benefits of privacy, healthy kosher food, multiple dining options, a soothing indoor atrium, outdoor meditation garden, life enrichment and lifelong learning opportunities… and much more.

With a commitment to an interdisciplinary team approach on each unit, staffing may include a physician, social worker, nursing clinical manager, resident nurse assistants, registered dietician, restorative nurse and a rehabilitation therapist as needed.

Lieberman sets itself apart by achieving positive medical outcomes. These outcomes are well-documented and available for your review upon request or can be viewed online. Click here to review.  A comprehensive data collection system is in place in order to manage resident care standards. In addition, Lieberman has over 30 physicians with privileges to admit and monitor patients.  

Lieberman is recognized for having consistent staffing with low turnover; the majority of nurses, CNAs, and social workers have an average tenure of 5-plus years of employment. Staff is often permanently assigned to certain floors to encourage residents and patients to develop bonds that benefit patient care. Lieberman is unique in that a Physiatrist and Nurse Practitioner are on staff. All direct care staff are required to participate in a proprietary training module on working with patients with Parkinson’s disease. Staff also participates in sensitivity training for the elder LGBT community.

In addition to a staff with advanced knowledge on how to treat complex issues common to an older population, Lieberman has an entire floor devoted to providing care and stimulation for individuals with Alzheimer’s and dementia. As new research findings emerge that could benefit Lieberman’s unique population, staff considers adding innovative methods to Lieberman’s programming. More recently, aromatherapy to ease Sundowning symptoms,  creative wayfinding techniques and new pain management tools have been added.

Lieberman is recognized by professionals for expert care in:

  • Vascular Disease
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Neurological Issues
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Respiratory Disorders

Services available at Lieberman Center include

Through a stay at Haag Pavilion, Lieberman Center also offers specialty care for cardiac diseases through our Center for Heart Health. We are also offer the convenience of dialysis at Haag. 

Review Lieberman Center's for Health and Rehabilitation Outcomes Report through September 2013
 

 

 

 

Download printable version of Lieberman Center's Outcomes Report through September 2013

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