St. Patrick's Home Main Entrance
Green House & Gift Shop
Relaxing in the Pub
Enjoying the outdoors
Quiet time at the aquarium
Special Outings Bus
View from the roof top
No account needed to view.
To schedule a tour of Our Home...
Call us at: 718-519-2800
or send us an e-mail:
The Admissions Team of St. Patrick’s Home is here to help the applicant and their loved ones through the admission process. Please call the Admissions Department at (718) 519-2800 or e-mail us to discuss any questions you may have about our Short-term Rehabilitation or Long-term Care Services.
In order to be considered for placement, an application and Patient Review Instrument (PRI) must be completed. If you or your family member are in the Hospital, please ask the discharge planner to fax the PRI directly to St. Patrick’s Home for review. If you or your family member are currently at home, the PRI can be completed by a Home Care Agency / Registered Nurse.
Please fax your completed application to (718) 304-1817
St. Patrick’s Home
66 Van Cortlandt Park South
Bronx, NY 10463
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Our belief is that each person is special, a unique being, created by the Almighty as the object of His personal love. Since life is a gift from God, the human person is worthy of respect and dignity in all stages - from conception to death - and entitled to quality in care of the whole person, body, mind, and soul.
Our belief is that quality of operation can be maintained by the combination of religious and lay persons committed to the goals of a Christian community. In providing compassionate care, Carmelite Sisters and all those persons complementing our ministry are accountable to strive for excellence in performance and adherence to professional and regulatory standards.
Our belief is that all who render services within the facility deserve to be treated with respect for their own personal worth and dignity. Those in managerial positions are entrusted with the obligation to provide staff with opportunities for professional and personal achievement and job security through fair compensation and good working conditions based on principles of social justice.
Our belief is that we sustain each facility as a viable organization within a pluralistic society; fulfilling our social, legislative, and community obligations and insisting as a matter of conscience, that our expressed moral positions and corporate rights be upheld.
Our belief is that we are committed to witness to the gospel message of Jesus Christ, in that human life is precious and should be preserved whenever possible and that death is the prelude to eternal life.
Our belief is that we have an opportunity and a responsibility to provide pastoral care for all persons associated with our health care facilities – residents, families and staff. In the spirit of ecumenism, we respect the religious beliefs of those with whom and to whom we minister, however we uphold our philosophy and mission.