Tolstoy Foundation Rehabilitation & Nursing Center provides a homelike environment for those in need of long-term care and short-term rehabilitation. Throughout our 50 years of service, our commitment to excellence has remained steadfast. Resident needs are addressed through care plans, interdisciplinary team meetings and the resident’s individual preferences. Resident family members and/or significant others, as well as the resident are considered part of the interdisciplinary team and are encouraged to voice any concerns they have.

The admission process is initiated by evaluating the prospective client, using a Patient Review Instrument (PRI). This review is conducted by a certified assessor, either within the hospital, or by a visiting nurse if the client is coming from the community. Completion and submission of the PRI to TFRNC is the beginning step of the admission process.

Once the PRI is reviewed, and accepted, an application packet must be completed. This packet asks for information regarding the prospective resident’s finances, Advanced Directives (healthcare proxy or living will), social information, citizenship and funeral arrangements. Along with the completed application, certain documents are required; they include but are not limited to: a copy of the Social Security and Medicare cards, birth certificate, naturalization papers or green card, any supplemental insurance cards, and all bank statements for the most recently past 36 months.

The private bed rate is $425.00 a day, plus additional charges for pharmaceutical items.

Our Admissions Department will assist with any questions which might arise.

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100 Lake Road
Valley Cottage, NY 10989


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The Board of Directors, Administrators, and Staff of the Tolstoy Foundation Rehabilitation and Nursing Center are committed to providing our Residents with the highest quality of health and personal care services, at reasonable and cost- effective rates.

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