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The Importance of Connecting Emotionally With Residents

It's never easy for patients to admit to a skilled facility, away from loved ones and beloved pets, At Asbury Park Nursing & Rehabilitation Center it is always our priority to CONNECT and meet the medical needs and the social needs of each resident. This photo is...

The Importance of Culture in Health Care Facilities

Through the last year and a half, as we have fought through Covid-19, the importance of having a positive company culture has been driven home at nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Through the pandemic, areas of "company culture" that needed improvement...

The Importance of Staying Active in Senior Care Facilities

The demographic and background of the seniors currently residing in post-acute and long-term care facilities are vastly important in providing customized and individualized care. The majority of residents and patients in these facilities are of the baby boomer...

Successful COVID-19 Activities

Covid-19 came to the United States in mid-February last year. Most states went into some form of lockdown around mid-March. Reports of the new, unknown virus were saying that seniors were among the most at risk. The concern for facilities was three-fold. Residents and...

The COVID-19 Strain on Seniors

Most everyone is suffering from COVID-19 fatigue these days. The Corona Virus has been rampant in the United States since March and, as a result, most areas have been in some form of quarantine and/or lockdown. This has been difficult for everyone, but, with the...

About Us

Asbury Park Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is a 139 bed medicare and Medi-Cal certified and licensed skilled nursing facility in the heart of Sacramento.