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Centers for Specialty Care Group Provides On-Site Dialysis at Many of Its NYC Rehab Centers
Date:4/12/2013

NEW YORK, April 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Centers for Specialty Care Group is a consortium of nursing homes spread across New York City, New Jersey, and upstate New York. The group, located online at http://www.CentersHealthcare.com, has an extensive list of health services ranging from on-site kidney dialysis to bariatric therapy to ensure a happy and healthy lifestyle for all of its long and short-term patients.

"Nursing home therapy needs to cover each and every individual's most basic needs, along with more specific health requirements dependent on unique circumstances. Our centers were founded on the belief that patients should receive unique attention, with as many necessary specialists located in one building as possible. We hire the friendliest staff with the highest qualifications to provide in-depth on-site dialysis and specialized medical diets to every one of our patients. Aside from our health programs, we offer many enjoyable entertainment events through our therapeutic recreation programs to ensure our patients are happy as well as healthy," said Kenny Rozenberg , the CEO of Centers for Specialty Care Group.

Renal failure is an unfortunately common affliction that strikes people as they age, and can lead to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. The condition occurs when kidneys become unable to filter waste products from the blood. Kidney dialysis is a treatment that helps clear waste and excess water from the blood. Many nursing homes are unable to offer the process on site, and must transport patients to a separate facility to ensure they receive all the services required. Centers for Specialty Care Group eliminates unnecessary travel for residents by having dialysis machine
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