New Jersey SNF Unveils $3.5 Million Upgrade
Private equity firm Tryko Partners and its operating affiliate Marquis Health Services have completed a multi-million dollar renovation of the 215-bed Oakland Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center in Oakland, New Jersey (pictured above).
The work includes a newly renovated 3,500-square foot gym that includes a smart car to help patients simulate daily living during the rehabilitation process. The work also included updates to 50 patient rooms within the building’s sub-acute rehab unit, such as new pull-out couches for loved ones who want to stay overnight.
Tryko and Marquis also expanded the building’s common-area lounge space with pool tables and computer stations.
The skilled nursing facility (SNF), which offers sub-acute rehab, dementia care and long-term care, also specializes in cardio pulmonary and orthopedic rehab. Tryko Partners in 2015 acquired the facility, which is operated by its health care affiliate, Brick, New Jersey-based Marquis Health Services.
New Long-Term Beds for Canadian SNF
A long-term care center in Ontario, Canada, will get 26 new beds, paving the way for a future expansion.
The beds are planned at the Village Seniors Community in Hanover, Ontario, reported Bayshore Broadcasting. Revera, the company that operates the SNF, said the newly allocated beds will allow it to build a 96-unit long term-care home in the city.
Construction: In progress
Work Underway for Virginia Veterans Home
A new nursing home for veterans is in the works for Fayetteville, Virginia.
Work is underway for the Community Living Center, reported HC&O news. When completed in 2018, the center will add to what’s already offered at the 60-bed general medicine, surgery and mental health facility for veterans known as the Fayetteville VA Medical Center.
The total project costs roughly $24 million, and is split into three phases. The first two phases are comprised of 33 beds in three houses alongside a community center for activities and rehabilitation. As planned, the third phase consists of 36 beds, but it has yet to be funded.
Written by Tim Regan