Work Underway On Rehabilitation Center Project In South Amboy

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Hyman Jacobs, CEO of Windsor Healthcare, and Michael Jacobs, Vice President of Windsor Healthcare, discuss the floor plan of the new Venetian Care & Rehabilitation Center with South Amboy Mayor Fred Henry after Wednesday’s State of the City address. The Venetian is the newest addition to the Windsor Healthcare family of communities and is scheduled to be complete by Spring 2013. (Photo courtesy of Windsor Healthcare)

Hyman Jacobs, CEO of Windsor Healthcare, and Michael Jacobs, Vice President of Windsor Healthcare, discuss the floor plan of the new Venetian Care & Rehabilitation Center with South Amboy Mayor Fred Henry after Wednesday’s State of the City address. The Venetian is the newest addition to the Windsor Healthcare family of communities and is scheduled to be complete by Spring 2013. (Photo courtesy of Windsor Healthcare)

SOUTH AMBOY — Foundation work has begun for construction of The Venetian Care & Rehabilitation Center, a state-of-art facility in South Amboy which will combine the best of modern design and technology with an old-world feel.

“We are very excited to begin work on the site and to contribute to the redevelopment of the new South Amboy waterfront area,” said Hyman Jacobs, Founder and CEO of Windsor Healthcare Communities. The Venetian is scheduled to be complete by Spring 2013.

Jacobs and his son Michael, Windsor Healthcare Vice President, met with South Amboy Mayor Fred Henry this week to discuss plans for The Venetian following the mayor’s State of the City address.

The Venetian will be a four-story, 93,000 square foot facility with three floors of resident rooms and a ground floor containing common areas for fine dining, two rehabilitation gyms, administrative offices and central support services.

“The Venetian will bring 200 construction jobs to the area, and after opening, will employ approximately 200 people,” said Hyman Jacobs.

Henry said, “This is a win-win for South Amboy. With the Venetian, we will add another great ratable to the city and many jobs.” He anticipated that with the increase in traffic down Broadway, “more customers will be drawn to the business district, which will be fabulous for the city.”

“We are thrilled to be part of the Southern Redevelopment Plan of South Amboy, and we believe this will be the perfect site for the residents of the Venetian and will contribute to South Amboy,” said Michael Jacobs. “We are delighted to be working with Mayor Henry on this project.”

The Venetian will be within walking distance of downtown and the waterfront area. It is also near the new YMCA and Recreation Center, which opened in 2010. Adjacent to the Venetian site will be 88 town homes built by Woodmont Properties.

The Venetian will have 120 long term and 60 short term beds, two large rehabilitation gyms, multiple dining rooms, large resident rooms with individual heating and cooling controls, flat-panel television and wireless internet in each room, and much more.

The Venetian is the newest addition to the Windsor Healthcare family of communities which consists of 10 long-term care and rehabilitation facilities throughout New Jersey. A family-owned company, Windsor Healthcare is committed to providing medical excellence and enabling patients and residents to maintain the quality of life they expect and deserve. Windsor Healthcare strives to consistently deliver the highest level of services in a comfortable setting that respects personal dignity, achieves positive outcomes and enhances the quality of life.

Windsor Healthcare is committed to excellence in sub-acute rehabilitative and skilled nursing care. There is a strong focus on positive clinical outcomes through collaborative efforts with medical teams. The company fosters an environment that respects the individuality and independence of all our patients and residents. Windsor Healthcare selects caregivers based on experience, dedication and compassion and is committed to assuring a rich quality of life in communities, where patients and residents feel at home and become neighbors and friends.

 


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