VISITS RESUME:


  • We are open for visitors! See instructions.

Attention All Visitors:
In our ongoing efforts to protect our residents, the administration at Schulman and Schachne Institute in accordance with the New York state Department of Health Advisory will now require that you provide evidence of a COVID-19 test result prior to entry. If you would like to obtain an at home antigen test, one will be provided in the Schulman Lobby. All visitors, regardless of visiting pavilion, must enter through the Schulman entrance if you need an antigen test kit for visitation access.

For more information call Social Work at
(718) 240-5121 or 5122.

MORE VISITATION and COVID INFORMATION HERE


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For information about eligibility and admission to the Schulman and Schachne Institute, call (718) 240-6902.

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News & events

Schulman and Schachne is awarded the national Silver award

In 2014, SSI received the The Malcolm Baldrige National Bronze Quality Award. In 2015, again, they received the The Malcolm Baldrige National Silver Quality Award and this year their application is in to receive the Baldrige National Gold Award.

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ssi wins the 2016 nyshfa innovative practice award

SSI is the proud winner of the NYSHFA 2016 Innovative Practice Award for their intelligent risk taking and resident care innovative practice at their AIDS units. NYSHFA honored SSI in recognition of the importance of innovation in improving the quality of long term care services in NYS through their “Enrichment Program.”

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