Healthcare

Tryko Partners, through Marquis Health Services, 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, Marquis brings a senior team with deep experience; decades of practice; and a wealth of knowledge, ideas and best practices for adapting to the changing healthcare industry.

We currently are involved in approximately 3,000 skilled nursing beds through Marquis Health Services, our in-house healthcare division.

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Laurel Brook Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center Celebrates 10th Anniversary of its Korean Community Wing (Mount Laurel, N.J.)

More than 80 guests joined residents and staff of Laurel Brook Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center at the 10th Anniversary celebration of the skilled nursing facility’s distinctive Korean Community wing. Festivities included congratulatory remarks by distinguished guests, including Camden County Freeholder Susan Shin Angulo and Mount Laurel Mayor Kurt Folcher, among others; musical entertainment by world-renowned performers; and award presentations to staff and volunteers. Laurel Brook is recognized far beyond Mount Laurel for its high-quality skilled nursing care in a Korean cultural setting. Recently renovated, the 60-bed Korean Community wing creates a culturally authentic environment for the care and comfort of Korean seniors. 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.

“We are honored to celebrate this momentous occasion with community leaders, local medical professionals, staff, volunteers, residents and family members who have been an integral part of making our Korean Community wing a truly special place. A special thank you to Pastor John Sung, director, for his leadership and compassion every day during the last 10 years.” Norman Rokeach, Chief Executive Officer, Marquis Health Services

 

Spring Grove Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center Launches Chronic Kidney Disease Management Program (New Providence, N.J.)

Spring Grove Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center has launched a chronic kidney disease (CKD) management program, naming Dr. Carl S. Goldstein as its director. The CKD initiative is part of Marquis’ multi-million-dollar upgrade at the 106-bed skilled nursing facility in New Providence. Spring Grove’s new CKD management program provides 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. Program features include consultation with board-certified nephrologists, diabetic management, health coaching and dietary education, and routine medical management of associated co-morbidities, among other services and therapies. Patients undergoing any form of dialysis treatment will have their treatment carefully coordinated with the dialysis unit to assure continuity and overall quality of specialized service.

“We are pleased to welcome Dr. Goldstein, who is highly respected for his nephrology expertise, as the director of our CKD management programming here at Spring Grove. This specialized program aims to meet the healthcare needs of those living with CKD in the New Providence community and surrounding area.” Norman Rokeach, Chief Executive Officer, Marquis Health Services

 

Willow Springs Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center Welcomes Dr. Joshua Shua-Haim as Medical Director (Brick, N.J.)

Willow Springs Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center has named Dr. Joshua Shua-Haim, FACP, AGSF, CMD, as its new medical director. The 163-bed skilled nursing facility in Brick Township provides post-hospital care, short-term rehab and long-term residential care. Dr. Shua-Haim is an attending physician at Ocean Medical Center in Brick, and has privileges at Community Medical Center in Toms River and Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune. He currently serves as president and medical chief for the Mid-Atlantic Geriatric Association, and is a clinical professor of medicine at Robert Wood Johnson in New Brunswick. Marquis in late 2016 completed a $2.8 million repositioning of Willow Springs. Physical improvements included the addition of 13 private suites in the facility’s sub-acute rehabilitation wing, an approximately 3,000-square-foot expansion of the state-of-the-art rehab gym, and upgrades to common areas, as well as the facility’s long-term care and secured geriatric neighborhoods.

“Dr. Shua-Haim is widely regarded as one of the region’s leading geriatric care specialists, and we are thrilled to welcome him as our new medical director at Willow Springs. Dr. Shua-Haim will play an essential role in our continued development and expansion of specialty programming to meet the needs of area residents.” Norman Rokeach, Chief Executive Officer, Marquis Health Services

 

Numerous Tryko Partners healthcare properties receive five-star ratings in U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Nursing Homes feature.