April 2, 2021
To Our Residents and Family Members:
This Easter Sunday, April 4, the Armenian Nursing & Rehabilitation Center of Emerson, New Jersey will close its doors for the last time.
Started in 1938, caring for the aged and infirm Armenians and soon growing to include all races and religions in America, over the last several years the Home struggled to compete with the growth of assisted living and home health care services and finally succumbed to the financial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We want to sincerely thank our residents for allowing us the joy of caring for them over these past 83 years as well as their supportive families and friends.
Our very dedicated staff enabled us to achieve our long-standing, 5-star rating and an industry-wide, extraordinary reputation for superior care.
They are our true heroes!
Wishing everyone the best life can offer in the future.
Stephen J. Epstein, MPA, LNHA