Comprehensive Long-Term and Sub-Acute Continuum of Care for Senior Adults
Providing a caring and nurturing environment for Long Island’s aging population is a role that The Long Island Home holds near and dear. The reputation of excellence that Broadlawn Manor has crafted over generations has evolved into a model that is often copied but never replicated.
Our world-class facility is recognized as a safe haven for any type of emergency as noted in a recent review under the Shelter-In-Place project by the New York State Department of Health. In conjunction, our green initiative to create a self-sustaining environment is continuing as Broadlawn Manor has completed the installation of solar (photovoltaic) panels to generate electricity to support our operation. Funds to complete this project were provided under a grant by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, and will assist in reducing our carbon footprint and demands upon the local power authority, while providing an overall savings.
The movement towards Electronic Medical Records has emerged as one of the most beneficial shifts in the advancement of healthcare today. Broadlawn Manor was one of the earliest proponents of this technology and became a founding member of LIPIX (Long Island Patient Information Exchange). In 2011, Broadlawn Manor was honored with a $100,000 HEAL 17 (Healthcare Efficiency and Affordability Law) Grant to be released over three years by the New York State Department of Health to be an ambassador in helping to integrate other healthcare providers within the electronic medical records system.