Nassau Rehabilitation & Nursing Center provides excellence in care, comfort and compassion when it comes to its Subacute Rehab Long Island. There is supervision by nursing staff 24/7. There are certified nursing assistants that offer assistance when required. Each patient has a private or semi-private spacious room that offers ease of mobility and ambulation.

There are televisions and free WIFI. Patients dine on delicious chef inspired meals that are prepared fresh daily and meeting each patient’s dietary needs. But, that is not why you choose Nassau Rehabilitation & Nursing Center. You choose it for the care, experience, compassion and services that they provide. You choose it for the staff that truly makes this a facility of care, hope and recovery. The unit for Subacute Rehab Long Island is for those patients that are being discharged from a hospital setting whether due to surgery, illness, wound care or need for IV therapy, but are not yet ready to return home. Nassau Rehabilitation & Nursing Center has a wonderful physical and occupational therapy department where therapists work one on one with patients. If your loved one has had a hip, knee or joint replacement, but requires rehabilitation, choose Nassau Rehabilitation & Nursing Center.

For more information on the program for Subacute Rehab Long Island or to learn more about this caring center for care, you may simply click on the attached link You may also call directly to (516) 565-4800 or send us an email. There the admissions representative can advise you regarding insurance participation, room availability and instructions on planning post-op rehabilitation. Nassau Rehabilitation & Nursing Center is exactly what you have been searching for. Call today!

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Nassau Rehabilitation & Nursing Center

 Our Address:
1 Greenwich Street
Hempstead, NY, 11550


By Bus

  • N35 (Harriman Ave/Greenwich)
  • N40/41 – closest to facility (Grove St/Greenwich)
  • N49 (Front St/Clinton)
  • N54 (Harriman Ave/Greenwich)

By Train

  • Hempstead Branch (Hempstead Station)