Awards

Services

We take pride in the service we offer our residents and are proud of the awards we've won.

AAHCA/NCAL Quality Initiative 2013 Tier IV Achievement Award

We were one of only 68 nursing homes in the country (and the only one in NY) to win the AHCA/NCAL Quality Initiative. The AHCA/NCAL Quality Initiative is an effort that builds upon the existing work of the long-term and post-acute care profession by setting specific, measurable goals to further improve quality of care in America's skilled nursing centers, and assisted living communities. Kings Harbor won for the highest tier, Tier IV- which means that we achieved all four goals in the program!

ACHCA ELI Pick Facility Leadership Award 2014

Awarded to our Administrator, Alexander Stern, for his contribution and exceptional commitment to the field of long term care administration.

NYSHFA 2014 Innovative Practice Award

Awarded to Medical Director Dr. Roy J. Goldberg, for commitment to quality and innovation, for “Preventing Unnecessary Heart Failure Rehospitalizations”.


Dear Administrator,

I would like to personally congratulate you and your entire team on achieving all four of the American Health Care Association's (AHCA) Quality Initiative Goals; safely reducing hospital admissions, safely reducing the off-label use of antipsychotics, increasing staff stability and increasing customer satisfaction.
This is a significant accomplishment; your center is one of only 68 across the country to achieve all four Quality Initiative goals, and the only one in the State of New York. These goal areas not only have a positive impact on the quality of life of your residents, but also on the staff and community that you serve. Your center is truly a role model for the profession. You and your staff should take great pride in your success and the care and services you work so hard to provide every day. We are proud to call you members.
As you know, quality is a continuous journey. We look forward to following your continued success, and celebrating more accomplishments with you in the future.

Sincerely,
Mark Parkinson
President & CEO
American Healthcare Association

Castle Connolly Guide Top Doctors In The NY Metro Area

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Our Medical Director, Dr. Roy J. Goldberg was listed as one of the Top Geriatric Doctors in the New York Metro Area by the 17th addition of the Castle Connolly guide.

The Nursing Homes/Ltc Management 2000 Optima Award

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Created by the Nursing Homes Long Term Care Management magazine and the Beverly Foundation, Bill Ward honors a facility's program that enriches the quality of life for their residents. Given for the "Transportation Links" program, our transportation service that brings residents together with family, friends and community.

The Joint Commission 2000 Earnest a. Codman Award

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This trophy was awarded to recognize excellence in the use of outcomes to achieve healthcare improvement. Won for our "Transportation Links to Quality Care" initiative which helps older residents stay close to family and friends who otherwise might not be able to visit their loved ones, and younger subacute patients to receive encouragement with their rehabilitation by receiving visitors.

Castle Connolly Guide Top Doctors In The NY Metro Area

awards (1)

Our Medical Director, Dr. Roy J. Goldberg was listed as one of the Top Geriatric Doctors in the New York Metro Area by the 17th addition of the Castle Connolly guide.

The Nursing Homes/Ltc Management 2000 Optima Award

awards (2)

Created by the Nursing Homes Long Term Care Management magazine and the Beverly Foundation, Bill Ward honors a facility's program that enriches the quality of life for their residents. Given for the "Transportation Links" program, our transportation service that brings residents together with family, friends and community.

The Joint Commission 2000 Earnest a. Codman Award

award

This trophy was awarded to recognize excellence in the use of outcomes to achieve healthcare improvement. Won for our "Transportation Links to Quality Care" initiative which helps older residents stay close to family and friends who otherwise might not be able to visit their loved ones, and younger subacute patients to receive encouragement with their rehabilitation by receiving visitors.

The American Health Care Association 2000 National Quality Award

This award was given in recognition of Kings Harbor having "demonstrated its organization-wide commitment to a facility mission, identified its principal customers and their expectations, and indicated ways that it is ever striving to meet their needs."