FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Gina Irwin
Manager Community Relations
CHS Continuing Care
May 11, 2011
Sayville, NY 11782 – On Wednesday, May 4, 2011, Good Samaritan Nursing Home, located at 101 Elm Street, Sayville hosted their first sold-out event a “Taste of Sayville”. The evening was a huge success with over 200 guests dining on deliciously prepared food by local Sayville restaurants as well as the local vineyard. Butera’s, Café Joelle, Crickets, The Cull House, LaTavola, Bistro 25, Sayville Inn, 5 Points Café, 21 Main, Stop & Shop, American Cheese and Loughlin Vineyards generously donated their time and talents to Good Samaritan Nursing Home to make this event a success. Kay Porter, local resident of Sayville, was also instrumental in the success of this event. The residents, family members and community had their appetites fulfilled and left happy and satisfied. “This is the first time we have hosted this type of event and are so pleased to see it succeed. We look forward to doing more in the future”, stated Teri Cronin, Administrator.
Photo caption: Roger Sullivan, Director of Community Relations CHS Continuing Care, Teri Cronin, Administrator Good Samaritan Nursing Home, Kay Porter, resident of Sayville, Gina Irwin, Manager Community Relations CHS Continuing Care
Funds from this event will go directly to purchase new outdoor furniture for the residents of Good Samaritan Nursing Home. For further information and reservations, please call 631-465-4633.
Good Samaritan Nursing Home is a 100-bed skilled nursing and rehabilitative care center that is part of Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center. Good Samaritan Nursing Home is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) and licensed by the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH). As a member of Catholic Health Services of Long Island, Good Samaritan Nursing Home plays an integral role in the health care delivery system of the Diocese of Rockville Centre and offers expertise in the field of long-term care and sub-acute care. In addition to skilled nursing home care including geriatric care, rehabilitative care, respiratory therapy and medically complex care, and Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
For more information about the services Good Samaritan Nursing Home offers, please call (631) 244-2400 or visit us on the web at good-samaritan-hospital.org