Hurlbut™ Care Communities admit patients 24/7/365, so there is no lapse in care and 7-day-a-week rehabilitation services can start immediately.
Hurlbut™ Care Communities admit, 24/7/365, so there is no lapse in care and skilled nursing and rehabilitative services can start immediately. Call (585) 222-CARE
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Effective July 1st, Jeremy Strauss, president and CEO of The Grand Healthcare System, will be operating both The Shore Winds and Hornell Gardens locations. With this change, all employees will retain their positions at their respective facilities. I will continue to own and operate the remaining 11 skilled nursing facilities in the greater Rochester area under Hurlbut Care Communities®. Additionally, my son, Robert G. Hurlbut, is being named Vice President of Hurlbut Care Communities®, which now makes us a fourth-generation, family-owned business. I look forward to continue evolving, improving, and serving the needs of the elderly in our area.
-Robert W. Hurlbut, President, Hurlbut Care Communities®
As COVID-19 dangers reemerge with the spread of the highlytransmissible Delta variant and breakthrough infections begin to hit thevaccinated, how ready are area nursing homes to weather what could be a newsurge?
The public needs to know what ‘reforms’ some of our State Legislators, Senators and Governor Cuomo are trying to push through in the final FY 2021-22 State Budget. This legislation being advanced in the Senate and Assembly adversely affect nursing homes, both residents and staff. The very same industry that has been at the forefront of this battle, our healthcare heroes working day in and day out throughout this COVID-19 pandemic. During a critical time when we need support, we are instead facing Medicaid cuts, staffing mandates, and reforms that don’t truly help us to care for our residents, and certainly don’t help us to strategically grow our workforce.