Cortlandt Healthcare is proud to be part of the long term care community. Residents at Cortlandt consistently have one thing in common- happiness. We make every effort possible to ensure that our resident’s needs are met in a friendly, caring manner. Meal times, daily preparations, activities and care are individual to what a resident may want, allowing for freedom to get involved in everything they may want to.
Cortlandt Healthcare prides itself on the quality and caring of its staff. Our team members are always willing to go above and beyond to make your stay as rewarding as possible. Please let us know at any time if there is something special we can do to make your time with us the best it can be.
In addition to outstanding staff members, Cortlandt Healthcare also offers a full array of amenities to meet your expectations. From high speed wireless internet, individual flat panel televisions with full Cable content, and telephone services, each patient’s room has multiple entertainment options. Additionally, fully electric multi-position beds with specialty mattresses allow for comfort, positioning, and pressure relief to assist in the healing process.
Ask for additional information about our numerous specialty programs in Croton-on-Hudson, NY.
Call 914-739-9150 to schedule a tour or request more information today!
Croton-on-Hudson is a village in Westchester County, New York, United States. The population was 8,070 at the 2010 census. It is located in the town of Cortlandt, in New York City’s northern suburbs. The village was incorporated in 1898. Clifford Harmon, a realtor, purchased 550 acres of land next to the village of Croton in 1903. He gave part of the land to the New York Central Railroad to build a train station, on the condition that the station would forever be named after him. Today it is called the Croton-Harmon station of the Metro-North Railroad. In 1906, the station became a major service facility for the railroad. The station expanded even further in 1913, when it became the stop at which electric trains from New York City switched to steam engines. Resources for Seniors and their Families: