Nassau Rehabilitation & Nursing Center has a stellar program for Subacute Rehab Long Island. If you or your loved one are planning on a hip, knee or joint replacement and will require post-surgical rehabilitation, consider Nassau Rehabilitation & Nursing Center. Centrally located in Hempstead, New York, this center for rehabilitation provides you with private or semi-private room, delicious chef inspired cuisine served for each meal, a stellar nursing team and a dynamic physical and occupational therapy department.

If your loved one requires post-hospital care due to a traumatic injury, wound care, post- surgical care, has a musculoskeletal disease or chronic back condition know that the Subacute Rehab Long Island can maximize their ability to function and return home to a more independent lifestyle. Upon admission, a customized care plan is established with realistic goals. With this goal- oriented rehabilitation, they will be guided through their journey to recovery. At Nassau Rehabilitation & Nursing Center, the emphasis is always on the patient with compassionate care and comfort at all times.

For more information on the program for Subacute Rehab Long Island and all the programs available at Nassau Rehabilitation & Nursing Center, you may simply click on the attached link You may also call and speak with the admissions representative directly at (516) 565-4800 or send us an email. They can assist you with room availability, room reservation post-surgery, admission instructions for admission from a hospital setting, insurance participation and to schedule to take a tour. Come and see all Nassau Rehabilitation & Nursing Center has to offer, after all, it is exactly what you have been searching for.

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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)