The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at Queens is a 179-bed rehabilitation and skilled nursing facility located in residential Whitestone, Queens. At The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at Queens, we have worked tirelessly to bring the warmth and comforts of home to our fully-appointed facility. Both short and long term guests will notice the difference in our approach to providing quality healthcare throughout our facility. At The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing, our guests always come first.
As the preferred destination for the highest quality healthcare, The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at Queens boasts the most advanced and world class clinical care anywhere. We believe that even the little things can play a large role in getting our guests back on their feet again, with holistic care that extends beyond treating symptoms. Take a moment to enjoy our peaceful grounds, to chat with our friendly staff, or to savor the blissful feeling of slipping into a freshly made bed at the end of a long day. Whether you are here for an extended stay or just for short term rehabilitation, we have no doubt that our amiable, attentive personnel and our tastefully decorated environment will provide those extra touches that will turn your stay with us into an experience that is truly Grand.
The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at Queens is proud to offer a full continuum of premium healthcare services provided by highly trained and skilled personnel with years of experience caring for individuals in all clinical situations.
We are very grateful for the care and love you have put into our grandmother, Mariam. Thank you to all of the doctors, nurses, caseworker Erick Gonzalez, and physical therapists: Clark Litimco and Shushana Normatova that have helped to put our grandmother back on her feet mentally, physically, and emotionally. Your hard work has truly paid off and you have brought a smile not only to our grandmothers face, but to our entire family. Your dedication and determination showed as with each new day, came progress.
I was at the Grand from 10/2016- to 02/2017 after dislocating my hip. After I dislocated it 10 times, I had surgery in September and went to another facility for 4 weeks. When I returned home, I had other problems, and was hospitalized again. After that I decided to return here.
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