Do you or a loved one have trouble breathing?
The New Eastwood Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center can help.
Working in partnership with Board Certified Pulmonologists, Dr. Gerald Lowman & Dr. Michael Nekoranik, our full-time respiratory staff provides unique care and services to those with COPD, emphysema, asthma, chronic bronchitis, and other acute and chronic lung disorders.
Conveniently located in Easton, PA, New Eastwood Healthcare & Rehabilitation is just a short trip from your home in Bangor, PA.
Specifically, our program aims to:
- Reduce pulmonary symptoms
- Decrease disability
- Increase participation in physical & social activities
- Promote independence & quality of life
Our Program features:
- Physical and Occupational Therapy 7 days per week as ordered
- Onsite and Full-Time Respiratory Therapy
- 24 Hour Licensed Nursing Supervision
- BLS & ACLS Trained Nurses & Therapists
- Routine Physician Evaluations
- Interdisciplinary Care Planning involving
- Patient & Family/Caregiver Support
- Patient, Family & Caregiver Education/Training
- Discharge Planning & Post-Discharge follow up onsite visit by Nurse Practitioner
Contact us today at 610-258-2801 to discuss effective pulmonary rehabilitation.
Bangor is a borough located in Northampton County, PA and has a population of 5,273. The area was settled and around 1760 by Robert M. Jones, an immigrant from Bangor, Wales. To honor him, in 1914 the town erected a statue of him in the town’s center. The area is heavily influenced by Bangor, Wales and its Welsh heritage. In fact, stone walls, rectangular gardens, and greenery resemble the Bangor, Wales area.
Resources for Bangor Seniors and Their Families:
- Big Brothers Big Sisters – Big Brothers Big Sisters pair with children to mentor them and help them reach their unlimited potential. The organization matches children with mentors that are not only safe and well suited to each child’s needs, but also gives both parties a harmonious friendship that’s built to last.
- The Bangor Public Library – The Bangor Public Library was founded in 1921 by the Bangor Women’s Club. The library is a cultural focus of the community and promote literacy and understanding for all.
- Bangor Area School District – The Bangor Area School District encompasses 87 square miles serving the boroughs of Bangor, and offers a challenging curriculum based on academic standards set by the PA Department of Education.