The 10 Best New York, NY Nursing Homes

New York is one of the most expensive cities in the nation with a higher cost of living for nursing homes compared to the national average. New York has a total of 675 nursing home facilities according to the United States Census Bureau.

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Village Care of New York

Village Care of New York is a memory care center that succeeds by redefining wellness and creating an interesting experience for their seniors.
  • Various floor plans
  • Great meal plans
Village Care of New York
Start My Search 121A W 20th St
New York, NY, 10011

Brookdale Battery Park

In addition to multiple levels of care, this facility offers residents a view overlooking the Hudson River which is located a few steps right outside of your door and in a quaint neighborhood.
  • Yoga classes
  • Gardening
Brookdale Battery Park
Start My Search 455 North End Avenue
New York, NY, 10282

Amsterdam Nursing Home

This nursing home offers residents short- and long-term care for a variety of medical conditions. They also offer adult health day care.
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Individualized rehabilitation plans
Amsterdam Nursing Home
Start My Search 1060 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY, 10025

Northern Manhattan Nursing

This nursing home has 320 beds dedicated to quality care for their residents and is centrally located in upper Manhattan.
  • Art classes
  • Music Therapy
Northern Manhattan Nursing
Start My Search 1612, 116 E 125th St
New York, NY, 10035

Harlem Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation

This nursing home facility offers short-term as well as long-term care and skilled nursing. From rehabilitation to fine dining, this facility offers a variety of care options and amenities.
  • Gospel Choir
  • Large private and semi-private rooms
Harlem Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation
Start My Search 30 W 138th St
New York, NY, 10037

Elite Nursing

This nursing home community provides residents with incomparable nursing care. It offers dementia care, diabetic care and travel nurses for residents who have the ability to do so.
  • Medical case management
  • Plastic surgery recovery
Elite Nursing
Start My Search 347 5th Ave #1402
New York, NY, 10016

The Hebrew Home By RiverSpring Health

Hebrew Home is always ranked as one of the top nursing homes with revolutionary programs and services.
  • Care management
  • Elder Justice
The Hebrew Home By RiverSpring Health
Start My Search 5901 Palisade Ave
Bronx, NY, 10471

Upper East Side Rehabilitation and Nursing Center

This facility is a 24-hour skilled nursing care center, offering long-term and short-term rehabilitative services.
  • Specialist services
  • Occupational therapy
Upper East Side Rehabilitation and Nursing Center
Start My Search 211 E 79th St
New York, NY, 10075

Laconia Nursing Home

In addition to short- and long-term care, Laconia Nursing Home offers its clients nutritional and dietary counseling that fits all meals. They also offer a hospice program.
  • Movie nights
  • Dancing
Laconia Nursing Home
Start My Search 1050 E 230th St
Bronx, NY, 10466

St Marys Center Inc

St. Mary’s is located in New York City and works with residents on an individual basis. They offer residents customized medical care programs.
  • Pet Therapy
  • Creative art therapy
St Mary's Center Inc
Start My Search 516 W 126th St
New York, NY, 10027

Additional New York City Nursing Home Resources:

New York City has many senior living resources for residents living in nursing homes in the area. We’ve listed five of the most well-known and helpful resources for seniors below.

  • DOROT: DOROT is a non-profit leader in the field of aging services and volunteerism focused on providing connections for seniors.
  • NYFE.ORG: New York Foundation for Elder Care provides a list of resources for seniors in the New York area who have health challenges.
  • Elder Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage: This is a program for seniors provided by the Department of Health to help seniors with their out-of-pocket Medicare plan.
  • New York State Partnership for Long-Term Care: This program helps combine private long-term care and Medicaid extended coverage and helps keep New Yorkers prepared financially.
  • The Lighthouse: The lighthouse is a non-profit organization for vision and healthcare. They focus on those with multiple disabilities.