In its ongoing commitment to delivering quality and convenient rehabilitation services to the community, Burke Rehabilitation Hospital has announced the opening of a second outpatient rehabilitation location in Yonkers.
Located at 6 Executive Plaza, this new site provides state-of-the-art physical therapy treatment for patients who have experienced an illness, injury or surgery. Burke therapists will be using the latest equipment available to ensure each patient makes the fullest possible recovery and attains the highest level of independence.
“The healthcare landscape has shifted to shorter inpatient stays and a greater reliance on outpatient rehabilitation,” said John R. McCarthy, Chairman of the Burke Board of Trustees. “Now more than ever, patients need high quality, compassionate care to continue recovering close to their homes. Our expanding network of outpatient sites helps meet that need.”
Executive Plaza is the second location in Yonkers and the eighth outpatient therapy site in Burke’s network. Other locations include: Yonkers-Ridge Hill, Armonk, Bronx, Mamaroneck, Purchase, Somers, and Burke Rehabilitation Hospital’s campus in White Plains.
Steve Tisser, PT, MBA, Vice President of Outpatient Services, said, “The demand for exceptional physical therapy is incredibly high in the Yonkers area, and we’re thrilled to open an additional location that will provide more care to more patients. We will be able to better address the needs of this community and help people in and around Yonkers reach their maximum level of independence.”
For more information about the services offered at the new Executive Plaza location, or to make an appointment, call (914) 597-3850. For more on Burke’s outpatient services, visit www.burke.org/outpatient.
Burke Rehabilitation Hospital is a not-for-profit, acute rehabilitation hospital in White Plains, NY. Founded in 1915 through an endowment from philanthropist John Masterson Burke, it is the only hospital in Westchester County dedicated solely to adult rehabilitation medicine. As of 2016, the hospital is now a part of the Montefiore Health System, Inc. Burke offers both inpatient and outpatient programs for those who have experienced a disabling illness, traumatic injury or surgery. For additional information, please visit burke.org.