Upper East Side in News

McKnight’s Article

How skilled nursing facilities are using virtual reality to enhance resident stays

Sushant Abrol, PT, MS, DPT, Direc­tor of Reha­bil­i­ta­tion, Upper East Side Nurs­ing and Reha­bil­i­ta­tion con­tributed to this article

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ELITE DAILY ARTICLE

Will The Flu Shot Still Work If You Get It Now? Experts Say Yes, So That’s Good News

Jen­nifer Jap­say, assis­tant direc­tor of nurs­ing at Upper East Side Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Cen­ter, tells Elite Dai­ly “there’s more than one strain of the flu,” 

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A Little Of Our Story

New Beginning for Upper East Side Rehabilitation and Nursing Center Draws Top Leaders To New York

Con­gress­woman Mal­oney, polit­i­cal, busi­ness, hos­pi­tal lead­er­ship, health care providers, & oth­er dig­ni­taries con­gre­gate at Upper East Side

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BUSINESS INSIDER ARTICLE

Cutting down on calories could slow the aging process, according to new research

Nutri­tion­ists like Lareina Lee, Chief Clin­i­cal Dietit­ian at Upper East Side Nurs­ing and Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Cen­ter in New York, say there’s not yet enough evi­dence that calo­rie restric­tion leads to longer life spans in humans

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ELITE DAILY ARTICLE

Why Is The Flu So Bad This Year? Experts Break Down Exactly What You Need To Know

Fran­cis Gon­za­les, assis­tant direc­tor of nurs­ing at Upper East Side Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Cen­ter in Man­hat­tan, believes that 20-some­things may be more prone to catch­ing the flu because of — sur­prise — their unyield­ing addic­tion to tech­nol­o­gy pre­vent­ing them from get­ting enough sleep and rest in general.

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NYC Fire Dept ARTICLE

Fire Safety Education Workshop At Upper East Side Rehabilitation and Nursing Center

Safe­ty edu­ca­tion and aware­ness workshop

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