Putnam Hospital Center’s Rehabilitation Services Grows

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Putnam Hospital Center’s Rehabilitation Services in the Katonah/Bedford Hills area has expanded its hours and added more physical therapists to its roster.

The satellite office now has five therapists providing care to its growing list of patients. They include Hannah Clark Polhill, Drew Polhill and Jeanne Morgante, who all have doctorates of physical therapy; Laura Ann Librera, who holds a master’s degree in physical therapy and Tricia Jenkins, a certified hand therapist and occupational therapist.

The center at 160 Harris Road is now open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday and from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday.

The 3,750-square-foot facility opened in 2013 to better serve patients in the southern part of Putnam Hospital Center’s service area. Physical, occupational and hand therapies are offered there.

The therapists said they had to expand given the increase in patients they were seeing.

“It’s been so welcoming for the northern Westchester community,” Morgante said. “The majority of our patients come through word-of-mouth because of the quality of care we offer.”

The center offers one-on-one patient care where therapists give patients about 45 minutes of their undivided attention each session.

To learn more about Health Quest’s Rehabilitation Therapy program, visit http://www.healthquest.org/rehabilitation/physical-rehabilitation.aspx


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