Seaport 17th Care Center orders food from a local deli for patients a few times a week, and it's on the house.
Online PR News – 28-December-2012 – Santa Monica, CA – Seaport 17th Care Center, a leading Santa Monica rehabilitation and nursing facility, is providing patients with an opportunity to order food from a local delicatessen (Fromin's) a few times a week, on the house. This "food therapy," as it is humorously referred to at the facility, is greatly appreciated by the resident "foodies" at Seaport.
Seaport's Administrator, Barry Friedman says, "Good food has a way of making people feel better. The transition into a nursing and rehab facility can be stressful for patients. We strive to make our residents feel welcome and comfortable. Our resident foodies really love this service, and it makes me feel really good offering it to our patients."
As one of Santa Monica's foremost rehab and nursing facilities, Seaport understands the many factors that lead to improved patient health. Seaport employs a skilled and compassionate workforce consisting of a full nursing staff, medical social workers, Physical Therapists, as well as, Occupational and Speech Therapists. The facilities provide a soothing atmosphere and of course, good food.
People interested in learning more about the services offered by Seaport 17th Care Center may visit their website at www.Seaport17.com
Seaport 17th Care Center is a santa monica nursing home that specializes in caring for elderly patients and helping them undergo various forms of physical rehabilitation. Their offerings also include social services, nutrition support and recreational activities. The facility is within walking distance to doctors offices, hospitals and cafes.