Author Archives: Mallory Feeney

Peekskill’s Emerald Peek Unveils State-of-the-Art Amputee Walking School

The Emerald Peek Rehabilitation and Nursing Center was proud to be showcased in the Peekskill Post as they have officially unveiled their signature Amputee Walking School to the Peekskill and surrounding communities!  Led by Paralympic Gold Medalists, Todd Schaffhauser and … Continue reading

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Welcoming Nashville Center

We are thrilled to welcome Nashville Center for Rehabilitation and Healing to the CareRite Centers network!  With a long-lasting tradition of excellence, Nashville Center serves as a premier rehabilitation center in the Nashville, Tennessee region! To learn more, please visit www.NashvilleCenterRehab.com.

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The Emerald Peek Holiday Celebration

Join The Emerald Peek Rehabilitation and Nursing Center on Sunday, December 3rd as the community celebrates the holiday season! There will be games and fun for the whole family! The community celebration will begin at 12pm.

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Hospitality Veterans Event

Join Hospitality Center on Thursday, November 9th as the community honors those who have served us, from yesterday and today. The community is proud to host a Veterans Day event for local seniors and veterans alike; the evening begins at … Continue reading

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“Proud to be From Pittsburgh:” Supporting the Diabetic & Vascular Populations

The Comprehensive Amputee Rehabilitation Program led by Paralympic Gold Medalists, Todd Schaffhauser and Dennis Oehler continues to change the lives of diabetic and vascular patients across the nation! The comprehensive program was recently featured for providing an unrivaled rehabilitation community … Continue reading

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