Tryko Partners provides warm living and working environments, and impeccable customer service at our healthcare facilities – illustrating a deep commitment to patients, families, communities and the industry. We focus on providing top-level care and improving the integrity of each and every asset. This includes incorporating innovative rehabilitation and clinical programs that bridge any regional healthcare gaps and help our properties stay ahead of the game. As a third-generation nursing home operator, Tryko brings deep experience to its facilities. Our senior team members have decades of practice, and a wealth of knowledge, ideas and best practices for adapting to the changing healthcare industry.
We currently are involved in more than 2,000 skilled nursing beds through Marquis Health Services, our in-house healthcare division.
Kearsley Rehabilitation and Nursing Center Opens New Sub-Acute Care Unit, Achieves Five-Star Rating (Philadelphia, Pa.)
A new, million-dollar sub-acute care unit at Kearsley Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, and a five-star rating in U.S. News and World Report’s 2017 “Best Nursing Homes” feature, reflect a commitment to enhanced services and quality patient care at the 84-bed West Philadelphia skilled nursing facility. The achievements continue the property’s ongoing progress under the ownership of Tryko Partners and operation by Marquis Health Services. The newly opened, dedicated sub-acute rehab wing houses 30 private rooms, and features fine dining and a patient lounge. Additionally, Marquis Health Services recently introduced a comprehensive cardiac program and other services at Kearsley, developed in partnership with leading Philadelphia-area hospitals. The U.S. News and World Report five-star achievement marks the sixth time in as many years that Kearsley Rehabilitation and Nursing Center has earned “top performer” marks in the annual report.
“We take immense pride in our beautiful facility and our excellent working relationships with regional healthcare providers. Our efforts continually focus on meeting regional needs for comprehensive, highest-quality skilled nursing care provided in a comfortable, home-like environment.” Norman Rokeach, Chief Executive Officer, Marquis Health Services.
Marquis Health Services Assumes Management of Boston Skilled Nursing Facility
Marquis Health Services has assumed operational management of North End Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center in Boston. Tryko Partners purchased the facility at 70 Fulton St. in March from Spaulding Rehabilitation Network, part of the Partners HealthCare system; Partners continued to manage the property during the transition. Under Marquis, the property will be licensed for 100 patients, including 70 beds for long-term residents and 30 beds for short-term rehabilitation patients. Marquis will begin a $5 million renovation at the facility – formerly known as Spaulding Nursing and Therapy Center – in early 2018. The capital improvements will include the addition of a 3,000-square-foot therapy gym and upgrades to all rooms, bathrooms and common areas. The renovations also will feature the conversion of 50 semi-private rooms into private suites. Marquis has immediate plans to enhance its patient programming, including the introduction of cardio-pulmonary and stroke recovery programs. Since its opening in 1983, North End Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center has forged strong local ties.
“I’m glad to welcome Marquis Health Services to the neighborhood. I applaud them for taking on the challenge of upgrading and improving the facility and becoming a member of the community. I look forward to working with them in the future.” Massachusetts State Rep. Aaron Michlewitz
Million-Dollar Renovation Refocuses Westgate Hills for Short-term, Subacute Care (Baltimore, Md.)
Tryko Partners and Marquis Health Services have completed a million-dollar renovation at Westgate Hills Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center, a 120-bed skilled nursing facility located at 10 North Rock Glen Road. The building renovations, along with service and program enhancements, were geared to refocus Westgate Hills toward short-term, subacute patient care. An expanded, 1,500-square-foot rehabilitation therapy gym is among the highlights. The project also revamped family gathering areas, incorporated a fine dining program, and updated finishes throughout the building. Marquis Health Services’ distinctive approach also includes providing care customized to individual needs, and working with local healthcare communities to develop programs that expand options for regional residents. To that end, a new cardiac program has been introduced as part of the Westgate Hills repositioning.
“We are thrilled with the progress at Westgate Hills. Our hands-on approach, excellent patient care and comprehensive services are helping the facility earn a reputation as the regional go-to choice for skilled nursing care. We are proud of this achievement and look forward to serving the Baltimore community in the months and years to come.”
Norman Rokeach, CEO, Marquis Health Services
Numerous Tryko Partners healthcare properties receive five-star ratings in U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Nursing Homes feature.