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May 6, 2020

Publication: Catholic New York

The staff at ArchCare Senior Life is taking extra steps to be sure senior citizens are not forgotten on Staten Island during the coronavirus pandemic.

ArchCare Senior Life averaged a combined 65 senior visitors a day to its Staten Island locations at Carmel Richmond Healthcare and Rehabilitative Center, which was open six days a week, and St. Mark’s Adult Day Center, which was open five days a week, before the pandemic closed both centers in March.

Apr 22, 2020

Publication: Catholic New York

Looking at the self-reported list of deaths recorded at nursing homes across New York state attributed to Covid-19 is “meaningless” without delving more deeply into the problems nursing homes have faced in caring for their residents, said Scott LaRue, president and CEO of ArchCare.

Apr 10, 2020

Publication: Spectrum News NY1

At 102, Sophie Avouris of Queens has seen a lot: two world wars, the Great Depression, 9/11. So when she became sick weeks after her birthday in January, after surgery in Westchester and physiotherapy at Mary Manning Walsh nursing and rehabilitation facility on the Upper East Side, her family didn't think much of it.

Then, they got a call from the nursing home that Avouris had tested positive for the coronavirus.

Mar 9, 2020

Publication: Crain's New York Business

In late February ArchCare implemented its disaster plan following the emergence of a new coronavirus, which had spread around the world.

The plan had three tiers, with the first focused on planning and the second activated once a person was diagnosed in the New York area. ArchCare, the long-term-care system of the Archdiocese of New York, operates five nursing homes, an assisted-living facility, home care programs, a specialty hospital for people with disabilities and a palliative care hospital.

Jun 20, 2019

Publication: Cardinal Timothy Dolan celebrated the introduction of home health services from ArchCare, the health care system of the Archdiocese of New York, in Ulster and Dutchess counties during a visit to Kingston. Continue reading...

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