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SCHERVIER PAVILION RESIDENTS CELEBRATE ST. PATRICK’S DAY ON MARCH 17

Residents enjoy live musical entertainment and refreshments

WARWICK – (March 17) On Friday, March 17, Schervier Pavilion residents and staff who call themselves Irish or were just Irish for the day, assembled in the dining room of the facility to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with music, song and refreshments.

In addition to special St. Patrick’s Day refreshments, residents were treated to a wide angle TV recording of that day’s St. Patrick Day Parade in New York City. They also enjoyed live entertainment by popular singer and musician Marty Koppel whose lively music included both Irish and American favorites.

“We hosted this and other events to give our residents an opportunity to share a holiday tradition,” said Schervier Pavilion Director of Recreation Kari Call. “We’re happy that our residents were able to enjoy this St. Patrick’s Day celebration.”

Schervier Pavilion is a 120-bed skilled nursing facility licensed by the New York State Department of Health. Dedicated to the highest standard of health care excellence, its full range of services, such as its therapeutic recreational program, are designed to respond to each individual’s physical, emotional and spiritual needs. At Schervier Pavilion, our goal is to help each resident maintain the highest level of daily independence possible. Residents participate in a broad range of therapeutic and social activities designed to enhance their physical and mental capabilities. A team of highly qualified and dedicated professionals provides all services. Located on a 27-acre campus that includes Day-At-A-Time Adult Day Health Program, Mount Alverno Center, an adult home and assisted living residence and St. Anthony Community Hospital, Schervier Pavilion residents have access to a complete continuum of care.

In addition to quality long term care services, Schervier Pavilion also offers a wide range of short-term (sub acute) care needs. Its sub acute services include IV therapy, Rehabilitation therapy and wound care. These services afford residents the ability to recuperate for a short time in the sub-acute unit of the facility and then return home where they can resume a more independent life.  

About St. Anthony Community Hospital, a Member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network 

For over 75 years, St. Anthony Community Hospital in Warwick, New York, has been serving the residents of Orange County, New York and New Jersey’s Sussex and Passaic Counties with outstanding and compassionate care. The 60-bed hospital has been a primary resource for emergency, medical, surgical, obstetrical/gynecological and acute care services.  Also on campus is the Mount Alverno Center, a state-approved adult home with an assisted living program serving 85 residents, and Schervier Pavilion a 120-bed, skilled nursing facility dedicated to the highest standard of healthcare excellence. For more information about St. Anthony Community Hospital, Mount Alverno Center and Schervier Pavilion, visit bschs.bonsecours.com or follow the facilities at Facebook.com/bschs or Twitter.com/bschs.

About Westchester Medical Center Health Network

The Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth) is a 1,500-bed healthcare system headquartered in Valhalla, NY, spanning seven hospitals and several campuses and locations in the Hudson Valley. WMCHealth employs more than 10,000 people, with nearly 3,000 attending physicians. From Level 1 and Level 2 Trauma Centers, the region’s only acute care children’s hospital, an academic medical center, several community hospitals and numerous health- related centers, programs and services, today WMCHealth is the leading and

pre-eminent provider of integrated health in the Hudson Valley. For more information about WMCHealth, visit www.WMCHealth.org



Photos:


1.    Residents enjoyed live entertainment by popular singer and musician Marty Koppel whose lively music included both Irish and American favorites.



2.    Resident Frank McHugh, a native of County Donegal, Ireland, arrived in the United States on March 18, 1955 – one day after St. Patrick’s Day.



3.    Ann Felter is all smiles.



4.    Don Milligan is definitely Irish.



5.    Loraine Timmerman even has green eyeglasses.



6.    Caryl McCoy Belmonte wore everything green.


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