Named one of the “Best Nursing Homes in America” by U.S. News & World Report, The Shores is located on our waterfront campus.
We proudly offer long-term care in the comfort of our 28 private and 8 semi-private rooms. Members have the peace of mind that comes with excellent care and a tremendous sense of community, all experienced in a breathtaking natural setting.
Our friendly, professional staff provides quality person-centered care, cultural activities and three delicious meals a day. An interactive, interdisciplinary relationship between each person, physician and professional staff member promotes recovery and independence. Our dedicated team of healthcare professionals helps to determine the appropriate care, medication, treatment and activity levels for each member and then incorporates physicians’ orders into an interdisciplinary member care plan to ensure physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual well-being. The Shores at Peconic Landing also offers the following consulting services:
We utilize state-of-the-art medical technology and innovative best practices while creating a warm, friendly environment. Our entire team is dedicated to delivering exceptional person-centered care by taking into consideration each individual’s interests and preferences. This allows our members to maintain an independent lifestyle that’s grounded in true peace of mind.
The Shores also earned national recognition as a Person-Centered Long-Term Care Community through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Commended by CARF on its quest for quality programs and services, The Shores is the sole recipient of this accreditation in the New York Metropolitan Area.
This innovative neighborhood was recognized, for the sixth consecutive year, on The U.S. News & World Report’s Honor Roll for Best Nursing Homes in America. There are over 16,000 nursing homes nationwide and The Shores is one of only 173 acknowledged in the news magazine.
*Hands-on approach that helps align the neuromusculoskeletal system so the body can function as a unit rather than as individual parts.