Dry Harbor Nursing Home & Rehabilitation Center
6135 Dry Harbor Rd, Middle Village, NY 11379
Profit Nursing Home
By Appointment Only: Yes
Services: Housekeeping, Speech Pathology, Podiatry, Occupational Therapy, Skilled Nursing Care, Physician, Mental Health, Clinical Laboratories, Physical Therapy, Dental, Dietary, Residential Care, Assisted Living Care, Nursing Services, Long-Term Care, Social Work, Activities, Extended Care
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
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DO NOT SEND YOUR LOVED ONES TO THIS FACILITY!!!!!!
They are extremley short staffed. The medical care is MEDIOCRE. It's not at all what I expected a Rehab center to be.
I sent my aunt here recommended by her treating physician. (82, broke her femur, had surgery, lives alone). IF I DONT SPEAK UP FOR HER THINGS DONT GET DONE! (Imagine the patients that don't have family)
PT she says is ok. But could be better.
She's in the rehab side, but treatment is as if she was bound to stay there. She's in a wheel chair all day, looking at TV in a Dinning room.
No MD follow ups at the facility.
SHE WASNT ON THE LIST FOR DINNER TODAY AND THEY SCRAPPED UP A MEAL, only because my mom said something.
THEY DONT CARE ABOUT THE PATIENTS.
Giving 1 star wishing I could give 0
A few weeks ago, I finished a stint at Dry Harbor Nursing Home & Rehabilitation Center. It was a short stint because they got me back in great shape very quickly after knee surgery.
Because of Dry Harbor's humane approach coupled with their skill and expertise, I actually looked forward to going to therapy. Each session was both helpful and enjoyable for me, and definitely propelled my progress.
Every time my son needed any information or clarification, he was able to contact the Dry Harbor social worker assigned to my case, and he found her to be extremely knowledgeable, thorough and supportive.
I would not hesitate to recommend this facility to friends and family alike. If you need short term rehab, Dry Harbor is the place to go!
I would like to let you know about the wonderful nurses & staff on the second floor at Dry Harbor Rehab. They are amazing with the love & care they provide to the residents. Every day, I was happy to greet the nurses, the maids, and all of the staff members with smiles and hugs for the great service they provide for my mom and all the other residents. Dry Harbor has an amazing group of nurses on the floors - they have become our family, and we love each and every one of them. Dry Harbor also has another outstanding employee named Renee at the front desk. She is a big asset to the company. That girl is on top of things! On top of answering calls very professionally, there is no task she can't handle. She always greets everyone with a smile on her face and is always willing to help a person in need. In closing, I am happy to recognize all of Dry Harbor for the amazing jobs that they do.
Other than the slow elevator, this place was great. I went for my monthly visit to see my grandmother who has been a resident for years, and as always, she was in good spirits and was truly cared for by the staff. While she's not in the greatest shape overall, her issues began long before she arrived. Whenever a new medical issue arose, the medical staff was quick to uncover it and treat it aggressively.
Bravo to Dry Harbor Nursing Home! From other reviews that I've read - many others are not nearly as good :(
I was a rehab patient at Dry Harbor Nursing Home & Rehabilitation Center in Middle Village in mid-2015. Following my surgery, I was in bad shape physically, but the excellent Dry Harbor Rehab staff got me up and walking much faster than I or my doctors expected. Their dedication was second to none, and I highly recommend them to anybody who finds him / herself in a similar situation. Thank you Dry Harbor!
My great uncle started living at Dry Harbor when he could no longer take care of himself at home. He stayed there for the rest of his life, and I've never seen him happier! Part of that was the removal of his responsibilities as a homeowner, but he seemed to really enjoy all the activities the nursing home provided for residents. The only complaint he ever mentioned to us was about a slow elevator. We just told him that given the state of the nursing home industry, that was the least of his worries. Dry Harbor is a true gem in an industry that sorely needs more like them.
September 17, 2015
Re: August 16 Through September 6, 2015
I was a resident at Dry Harbor as noted above. The facility was well beyond my expectations. It became my home away from home, but better. I was made to feel well taken care of and looked over by your staff of professional people who seemed dedicated to people such as myself recovering from surgery and who had a need to rehabilitate and rest.
Treatment by the staff was well beyond expected. By the time of dismissal, I felt I gained an extended family. I was sad to leave them, especially the nursing staff on the fourth floor who oversaw a medical problem that developed. The floor aides were wonderful and would sit with me while they oversaw the day room. They were both doing their job and keeping me company to pass my time. The aides assigned to me daily were especially helpful and literally went out of their way to see that I was comfortable. The recreation staff constantly saw that I had activities to occupy. I think I even learned art skills. The transporters were always patient and cheery. The traveling entertainers were awesome.
The staff at Physical and Occupational Therapy were outstanding. The people there worked with me to help me regain physical strength. But they were also there as a moral support. I could actually feel myself becoming stronger daily both in body and in spirit.
Everyone on Dry Harbor’s staff was well organized and worked cooperatively with each other making my days at the facility much more relaxed, and, therefore it enabled me to concentrate on recovery. They are truly well selected. Everyone was truly caring and seemed geared to their particular jobs at the facility.
Re: August 16 Through September 6, 2015
My room at Dry Harbor was outstanding and kept clean. The TV and telephone was an additional bonus to me because I was enabled to keep a link with the outside world, particularly my friends and family. I therefore did not become target of a feeling of losing connection with others.
I truly felt I was on a vacation. There was no need to worry about food as it seemed like gourmet meals were served. Portions were plentiful, and variety was the case. I never got bored with the meals as there was always something special served constantly.
Should the need for me to enter a nursing home arise, I will definitely consider Dry Harbor.
Very truly yours,
Great place for your loved one to stay to get better. I was pretty shocked when I was told I could get a free cab to visit my grandma. I can't believe they provided that! Also, the nurses were caring and they pay attention to all detail when it came to my grandma. 5 thumbs up
Everything about Dry Harbor is very nice. My aunt stayed here for rehab back in March and she was happy there. Whenever I came to visit, the staff was friendly and warm. They care a lot about the residents here and the rehab program is amazing! She was home and better within a few weeks. Food is okay, but what can you expect? I know they cant have food loaded with salt but it is HOT when it arrives at least.