A New Lease on Life
New Eastwood Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center provides its own distinct blend of charm and warmth in an intimate environment. The stellar nursing staff is comprised of many familiar faces who have become a beloved presence over the years and are noted for their compassionate and attentive care.
Our effective Cardiac Rehabilitation Program, under the expert direction of esteemed cardiologist, Dr. Koroush Khalighi, is designed to assist individuals suffering from challenging or life-threatening heart conditions, those who may be recovering from a cardiac event or surgical procedure and those who are at risk for cardiovascular disease. Our all-encompassing care includes daily therapy, as well as lifestyle modification and management with a dedicated focus on proper diet and exercise.
Services and Benefits include:
- Routine Visits and clinical oversight from Program Director and Board Certified Cardiologist Koroush Khalighi, M.D. and his physician extenders
- 24/7 Cardiac Monitoring as deemed appropriate
- 24/7 Skilled Nursing Supervision by Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) trained and certified nursing staff
- 7 day per week Therapy Services as ordered
- 24/7 Access to Laboratory and Radiology Services
- Cardiac Diet and Education as overseen by Registered Dietitian
- Multidisciplinary Approach to Care and Rehabilitation Services
- Personalized Treatment Plan designed with individual medical and personal goals
- On-Site Availability to Nurse Practitioner
- Post-Discharge Assistance and Follow up by licensed medical team leaders
Throughout each patients stay, our team meets weekly to discuss progress, with Dr. Khalighi monitoring the implementation of your treatment plan.
New Eastwood Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center uses advanced technology and strong fundamental rehabilitation methods to get Easton residents back on their feet and home as soon as possible.
Contact us at 610-258-2801 to schedule a tour of our facilities today!
Easton is a city located in Northampton County, Pennsylvania. Located at the confluence of the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers, the Native American name for the area was “Lechauwitank” or “The Place at The Forks.” Easton had a population of 26,800 at the time of the 2010 census.
Resources for Easton Seniors and Their Families:
- A Patient’s Guide to Heart Surgery – A guide to what to expect with heart surgery.
- NIH Senior Health – NIHSeniorHealth makes aging-related health information easily accessible for family members and friends seeking reliable, easy to understand online health information.
- Easton Garlic Fest – The Easton Garlic Fest celebrates the diversity of garlic and its many uses.