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Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center – NEW YORK
The Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center is a pediatric skilled nursing and rehabilitation healthcare organization providing care for medically fragile children from birth to 21 years of age who have a broad range of complex conditions including orthopedic problems, spina bifida, blindness, speech and hearing impairments, brain injury, cerebral palsy, premature birth, congenital heart disease, chronic lung disease, chromosome disorders, metabolic disorders, respiratory disorders, failure to thrive, muscular and neurological diseases, and immunodeficiency syndromes.
The 136-bed Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center was established in 1987 by the Sisters of Charity. It was founded to provide specialized medical and rehabilitative services to medically fragile children with complex clinical conditions and disabilities.
Over time the Pediatric Center has evolved into a multi-location $65 million healthcare organization with a wide range of services including pediatric long-term care, special education, homecare and an Article 28 Clinic. In 2012, the in-patient Center in Manhattan will relocate to its new home in Yonkers, NY.
Children's Rehabilitation Center
Children’s Rehabilitation Center is an outpatient pediatric diagnostic and treatment center providing services to 3,200 children annually ages birth to 21, who reside in Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, Duchess and Orange Counties and the Bronx. Comprehensive medical and rehabilitative services are provided to children with developmental disabilities, orthopedic impairments and other complex medical diagnoses. Our clinical specialties include Pediatric Rehabilitation, Developmental Pediatrics, Neurology, Neonatology, Orthopedics, Ophthalmology, Audiology and Pediatric Surgery among many others. Our team of highly skilled professionals employs an integrated approach to early identification, treatment and family support. The Pediatric Center consists of seven unit-based team neighborhoods, each providing the highest quality of resident care. The “Neighborhood” approach allows for the decentralization of services, ensuring that care and activities are focused and arranged around the child and family.
Children’s Rehabilitation Center
317 North Street
White Plains, NY 10605
Fax #: 914-597-4012
Dr. Maria A. Pici, Medical Director
Sue Hausch, PT, DPT
Director of Rehabilitation