The 7th annual Falls Prevention Awareness Day will be observed on September 23, 2014—the first day of fall. This year’s theme, Strong Today, Falls Free® Tomorrow, seeks to raise awareness about how to prevent fall-related injuries among older adults. Click here for some great information on preventing falls for you or a loved one... Since Falls Prevention Awareness Day was first observed in 2008, we have grown participation in the event from 11 states to 47 states and the District of Columbia. This year, we hope to expand our reach even further!
Setting the Standard in Comfort and Care
Maywood Center for Health and Rehabilitation welcomes you, and thanks you for choosing our center for your healthcare needs. An exceptional community healthcare resource for many years, we exceed expectations in meeting the needs of individuals who require short-term rehabilitative care following hospitalization, or are in need of long-term skilled nursing care. Our staff of concerned and dedicated professionals is committed to helping everyone through providing support and guidance on a one-to-one basis.
Whether you join us for a brief stay or call us your home, we want you to feel as comfortable as you would amongst family, while receiving care such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, or speech therapy. Maywood Center for Health and Rehabilitation also provides a myriad of medical services including pulmonary rehabilitation, heart failure services for CHF, cardiac recovery, amputee rehabilitation, stroke rehabilitation and wound care management to name a few.
Maywood Center for Health and Rehabilitation prides itself on our customer service and maintains a common commitment to the highest level of quality care, a focus on customer service and providing a nurturing environment for both patients and families.
Please stop by and visit us in person or contact us soon for a personalized tour of our center and meet our team of caring professionals.
The Maywood Health Center in Maywood, New Jersey should be your first choice for rehabilitative care. As a doctor, retired veteran and dental professor, I am well aware of the complexities associated with today's healthcare system. Working as a healthcare provider, I know that quality healthcare can only occur when there is a team effort between the doctors, nurses, staff and patient. Many years ago, I was diagnosed with severe rheumatoid arthritis affecting every joint in my body. In the last two years, this doctor, who normally treats patients, actually became the patient. I had to undergo three, yes three, major surgeries: two back surgeries with metal implants and a total knee replacement. As a patient, preparing for surgery, I searched for highly skilled surgeons who could provide me with a positive outcome. However, I soon realized that in order to obtain a positive outcome, the quality of my rehabilitative care must be factored into the equation. In these hard economic times, it is unfortunate that most patients attempt to defray the cost of healthcare by placing the burden for rehabilitation on family members. That decision could prove to be very problematic. When considering your rehabilitative care, the first question you should ask is whether or not the family member has the expertise to take care of you 24 hours a day for "X" number of days? As for me, my three and one-half week stay at the Maywood Health Center proved to be one of the best decisions I have ever made. The doctors, nurses and staff at Maywood treated me with respect and provided me with the medical, physical, and occupational care that I needed. The Maywood Center took care of me so that I could return to work and continue to take care of my patients. Thank you Maywood Center for Health & Rehabilitation for a job well done!