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.
Coral Harbor Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center Earns Key License to Enhance Chronic Kidney Disease Management Program (Neptune City, N.J.)
Coral Harbor Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center, a Marquis Health Services member, has earned peritoneal dialysis licensing – enabling a key enhancement to its chronic kidney disease (CKD) management program. Coral Harbor is one of the few skilled nursing facilities in the New Jersey shore region approved by the New Jersey Department of Health to administer this cutting-edge, in-home treatment program.
Coral Harbor’s specialized CKD management program already is well established. For many years, the facility’s clinical team has worked in partnership with board-certified nephrologists to provide specialized care and services to patients with CKD and related diagnoses. The program aims to preserve kidney function and prevent further decline through a balance of treatment and education. This includes protocols to reduce symptoms, decrease disability, increase quality of life and promote independence.
“For those living with end-stage kidney disease, peritoneal dialysis offers a greater quality of life and independence. Patients can self-administer this form of dialysis in the comfort of home rather than traveling to a hemodialysis facility for ‘traditional’ – and more time-consuming – dialysis treatments. This is such an exciting addition for us and one that will greatly benefit our regional community.” Pam Montemurno, Director of Physician Relations, Coral Harbor
Providence Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center Introduces Cardio Pulmonary Care Program (Yeadon, Pa.)
Providence Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center, a Marquis Health Services member, has launched a Cardio Pulmonary Care Program as part of its planned enhancements at the 129-bed skilled nursing facility. The organization acquired Providence earlier this year and immediately launched a $2.5 million capital campaign designed to serve the healthcare needs of area residents. Providence provides post-hospital care, short-term rehab and long-term residential care. The new, physician-led Cardio Pulmonary Care Program focuses on promoting independence and quality of life through reducing symptoms and decreasing disability in heart and lung patients, while increasing their participation in physical and social activities. Michael Korman, M.D., a pulmonary specialist affiliated with Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital – which sits adjacent to Providence – is heading the program.
“Creating comfortable, homelike environments where patients can benefit from specialized programming developed in partnership with leading doctors and hospitals is a hallmark of the Marquis approach. At Providence, we are pleased to have Dr. Korman overseeing our new Cardio Pulmonary Care Program – and look forward to further enhancing our offerings in the coming months and years.” Norman Rokeach, Chief Executive Officer, Marquis Health Services.
Community Members Enjoy Korean Open House at Laurel Brook Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center (Mt. Laurel, N.J.)
Attendees of all ages enjoyed live musical entertainment and authentic Korean culinary delights at Laurel Brook Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center’s recent Korean Community open house. Pastor John Sung, director of the facility’s Korean Community programming, addressed attendees at the event, which was held in celebration of recent renovations to the skilled nursing facility’s dedicated cultural wing. Located at 3718 Church Road in Mt. Laurel, Laurel Brook, a Marquis Health Services member, provides post-hospital care, short-term rehab, memory care, long-term and respite care. Within Laurel Brook’s popular Korean Community wing, Korean seniors benefit from high-quality skilled nursing care in a cultural setting. With the support of caregivers and medical professionals who share their values and speak their language, residents enjoy familiar traditional décor, ethnic cuisine prepared in-house, and special cultural programming and recreational activities.
Numerous Tryko Partners healthcare properties receive five-star ratings in U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Nursing Homes feature.