“We are proud to receive this notable national recognition by U.S. News & World Report,” said Burke Rehabilitation’s Executive Director Scott Edelman, MBA, CPA, CFE. “Our hospital is dedicated to patient satisfaction and quality outcomes, which we achieve thanks to our exceptional staff, who provide outstanding patient-centered care.”
According to Dr. Mooyeon Oh-Park, Chief Medical Officer, Senior Vice President at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital, “This ranking reflects the tireless effort and dedication of every staff member at Burke to ensure patient safety and quality. The whole-person approach with the patient and family as key members of the care team is Burke’s differentiator, leading to great outcomes including the lowest readmission rate in the country. We listen to our patients to design and provide the rehabilitation services to achieve the goals meaningful to them.”
Founded in 1915, Burke Rehabilitation Hospital is located on a majestic 61-acre campus in White Plains. Its doctors, therapists, nurses and social workers provide patient-centered coordinated care. The patient experience is further enhanced with the Marsal Caregiver Center as well as therapeutic recreation, companion dog visits and Burke’s Neurological Music Therapy (NMT) program. Outpatient services are available at 12 sites in Westchester County and the Bronx, with a Rockland County location to launch later this year.
Burke Rehabilitation is a not-for-profit healthcare organization devoted solely to acute physical rehabilitation. Its main campus is located in White Plains, NY. Founded in 1915 through an endowment from philanthropist John Masterson Burke, it has been a member of the Montefiore Health System since 2016. Burke operates the only hospital in Westchester County dedicated solely to adult and adolescent rehabilitation medicine. It was named as one of the Best Rehabilitation Hospitals in U.S. News & World Report. Burke also offers therapeutic care in locations throughout Westchester County, the Hudson Valley and the Bronx for those who have experienced injuries, surgery, or chronic conditions, from the simple to the very complex. For additional information, please visit burke.org.