Peconic Landing is proud to have earned the following recognition:
- Fitch Investment Grade Rating was reaffirmed in 2016 READ MORE
- Earned a second 5-year accreditation by the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission – sole recipient on Long Island
- The Shores at Peconic Landing was recognized for a sixth consecutive year among U.S. News & World Report’s Honor Roll recipients for Best Nursing Homes in America, recognizing it among the top 13 percent of nursing homes nationwide. There are over 16,000 nursing homes nationwide, and The Shores is one of only 173 acknowledged in the news magazine. READ MORE
- 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.
- New York Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (NYAHSA) James W. Sanderson Memorial Award for Leadership – Robert J. Syron, President/ CEO.
- Long Island Business News 2016 Corporate Citizenship Award for a leadership for a nonprofit – Robert J. Syron, President/ CEO.
- Greg Garrett, Peconic Landing’s VP/Administrator of Health Services, received the Young Administrator of the Year award from NYAHSA.
- Patricia Lutzky, Peconic Landing’s Vice President of Resident Services, received the 2014 Professional of the Year award from LeadingAge New York.
- NYAHSA “Innovation of the Year” for Working Wonders, the employee work/ life balance program developed by the Peconic Landing team.
- Named among the Best Companies to Work for in NY State in 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015 & 2016 by the state Society for Human Resource Management
- LeadingAge New York presented the 2012 Innovation of the Year Award to Peconic Landing for its social accountability program, Community Connection. Community Connection integrates categories of stakeholders for a common goal: to improve the quality of life for those who live and work in the region, including Peconic Landing’s own employees. In 2011, 117 programs were offered and 7,341 people served in its six areas of partnerships: school/education, arts and culture, business, healthcare, community enrichment and charitable giving.
- LeadingAge New York presented the 2015 Innovation of the Year Award to Peconic Landing for its art accessibility sculpture garden, Art Without Barriers (VIDEO).
- LeadingAge New York presented the 2016 Innovation of the Year Award to Peconic Landing and partner East End Arts for its music therapy program, Music By The Bedside (VIDEO).
As New York State’s only equity-based model, Peconic Landing is the most heavily regulated community statewide. This oversight helps contribute to its strong fiscal standing and premier quality of care. As a Lifecare community providing long-term care, Peconic Landing is subject to all laws and regulations set forth by the New York State Department of Health in association with the New York State Continuing Care Retirement Community Council. The cooperative ownership component of the community is governed through the New York State Attorney General’s Office while the insurance component of the Lifecare contract is overseen by the New York State Department of Financial Services, which approves all monthly service fees and purchase prices.
Peconic Landing enjoys the confidence of a stable BBB– Fitch investment grade rating. Holding a Fitch rating helps the organization with financial investments geared towards strategic growth for the future. A proven asset, the rating helped Peconic Landing to receive a favorable interest rate on bonds issued for the community’s most recent expansion in 2016. Only 104 of the nation’s nearly 2,000 communities have earned an investment grade rating. Of New York State’s 12 Continuing Care Retirement Communities, just 4 communities have earned an investment grade rating. In 2015, Fitch reaffirmed Peconic Landing’s rating, noting that once expansion efforts are complete, the added revenues, coupled with Peconic’s already solid balance sheet and consistent operating profile, could lead to positive rating pressure.