Patients Age: 64 Admission Date: 10/29/15 Admitted From: Acute care Hospital-HVHC Discharge Date: 11/24/15 Discharged To: Home Length of Stay: 13 Days Reason for Stay: Hip Replacement How did this patient hear about Sans Souci?Google for insurance
Details of Experience:
The patient was admitted to Cortlandt Healthcare on October 30, 2015 after being hospitalized for a right total hip replacement. Upon evaluation of physical and occupational thearpy it was assessed that the patient was limited with her overall upper and lower body strength, right lower extremity range of motion and required extensive assist with all of her functional activities. The patient was also limited by significant pain in the right hip. With all the data gathered, all disciplines (PT/OT and nursing) developed an interdisciplinary care plan with goals/ interventions that would help reduce the pain and return her back home at her prior level of function. After two weeks of skilled physical and occupational therapy and skilled nursing the patient was pain free and independent with all her activities of daily living.
Physician Services: Patient Stated, “Overall for most part fantastic.”
Concierge Services: Patient Stated “Been a pleasure, above and beyond with all my complaining you still came back every time with a smile, and I have seen all the grief you get and you always have a smile on.”
Patients Age: 79 Admission Date: 9/16/15 Admitted From: Acute Care Hospital – Northern Westchester Hospital Discharge Date: 11/24/15 Discharged To: Home Length of Stay: 69 Days Reason for Stay: Hospitalized for aspiration Pneumonia How did this patient hear about Cortlandt Healthcare? Dr. Stadlin
The patient was admitted to Cortlandt Healthcare on September 16, 2015 after being hospitalized for aspiration pneumonia. Patient has a complicated medical history which includes a history of cancer to the head and neck. Due to this cancer the patient has a feeding tube to help maintain his nutritional status, because his swallowing abilities were compromised due to the cancer.
The patient was assessed by Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy and found to be a candidate for all three disciplines. The Patient was severely deconditioned from a functional standpoint and even now had to use oxygen, which he did not have prior to being hospitalized. So, the patient was placed on all three therapies. Receiving Physical and Occupational Therapy 7 x week and Speech therapy 5 x week. In addition, nursing and dietary all developed interdisciplinary care plans with the hopes of returning the patient to home at his prior level of function.
As the patient’s functional capabilities improved and he stabilized medically, the patient became a great candidate for our cardiopulmonary program. He was seen by our exercise physiologists 3 x week, in addition to his regular exercise regime. As a result of the cardiopulmonary program, nursing monitoring oxygen saturations on just room air, the patient was able to return home no longer dependent on the oxygen.
After two months of rehabilitation, the patient was discharged to home being able to perform all activities of daily living at an independent level with professional recommendations for safety with regards to mobility and swallowing to prevent aspirating incidents in the future.
Patients Age: 75 Admission Date: 2/1/14 Admitted From: Acute Care Hospital Discharge Date: Discharged To: Length of Stay: Reason for Stay: Coronary artery disease, Cognitive loss, history of falls, Hypertension
Mr. M. Sanchez is a 75-year-old man. He is currently a long term resident at Cortlandt Healthcare. He has been a long term resident since February 2014. Mr. Sanchez’s medical diagnosis includes Coronary artery disease, Cognitive loss, history of falls, Hypertension. Mr. Sanchez is a resident on the second floor and has been in a wheelchair for more then a year.
Currently PT had just finished with MR. Sanchez 7 weeks on skilled PT and 5 weeks on skilled OT and has been working towards a personal goal to ambulate in the facility with a rolling walker, to be able to dress and toilet himself. Mr. Sanchez’s son is very involved in his father care and well-being and has had several interactions with the treating physical and occupational therapists.
The staff on the second floor has also been very involved in Mr. Sanchez’s treatment plan of care. They have been educated and are able to follow through with his ambulation, toileting and dressing education. They have been encouraging him to attempt to do more for himself and have had good results.
This Monday November 9th, Mr. Sanchez will be given a rolling walker and his wheelchair will be taken away. Mr. Sanchez will be able to ambulate in and around the facility independently. Although he will still need minimal assistance for toileting and lower body dressing, he and his family are very pleased that he will be able to walk around on his own.
On October 9th, the Cortlandt Healthcare Rehabilitation Team wore pins and pink ribbons to show support for Breast Cancer Awareness! We are proud to be a member of the CareRite Centers network that supports Breast Cancer Awareness and Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Cortlandt Healthcare Takes Heart Health on the Road!
On August 28, 2015 Cortlandt Healthcare’s cardiologist, Dr. Hametz, presented an informational seminar on Cardiac well-being at Jefferson Village. It was a fantastic educational event, and an extremely successful turn out. We are proud to give back to the community!
Patients Age: 73 Admission Date:June 30, 2015 Admitted From: Putnam Hospital Discharge Date: July 08, 2015 Discharged To: Home Length of Stay: 23 Days
Mrs. G is a very active 73 year old woman who was admitted to Cortlandt Healthcare after being hospitalized for a surgical repair of a fracture in her right leg. The fracture was a result of a fall that the resident had at home. Prior to falling the resident was dependant in all of her activities of daily living and driving a car. Upon admission to CHC Mrs. G had 21 staples in the surgical site with complaints of pain. Functionally the resident required a maximum assistance to move in and out of bed, walk, dress and toileting. The resident was evaluated and placed on a skilled PT and OT program, each program was focused on returning Mrs G. to her prior level of function. With the clinical care Mrs. G received from nursing along with the intense therapy program the resident was able to discharge to home in two and a half weeks at her prior level of function!!
Cortlandt Healthcare residents recently enjoyed the annual boat ride trip on the Hudson River! The Captain gave a great narrative for the history of the area while our residents were enjoying the beautiful, calming scenery. Cortlandt Healthcare would like to give a special thanks to the Rotary Club for sponsoring the trip and providing the wonderful lunch.
Patients Age: 58 Admission Date:June 2, 2015 Admitted From: HVHC Discharge Date: June 20, 2015 Discharged To: Home Length of Stay: 18 Days
We had a resident who was admitted from the hospital where she was admitted for a surgical repair. Upon admission to CHC this resident presented with significant loss of strength, decreased functional mobility and a lot of pain at the surgical site. This resident’s goal was to return to home at her prior level of function, living independently and active in her community.
This resident received skilled OT and PT as well as skilled nursing care. After 18 days of excellent rehab and care she was able to return home with her prior level of function!!
Cortlandt Healthcare hosted their Wine and Whiskey Soiree on Thursday, June 11th at the historic Manor House. Healthcare professionals in the Cortlandt Manor community were elegantly provided with a night of fine dining and a beverage and cigar bar, as well as a custom perfumery where they were able to create their very own signature scent. We thoroughly enjoyed your company and look forward to many more luxurious events for our healthcare professionals abroad. Please take an opportunity to a peruse the attached photos of the highly successful event.