Gurwin Quality Care

A history of care, a reputation for quality

It makes sense that Gurwin is expanding their continuum to become a continuing care retirement community. After all, Gurwin is known as an innovative, not-for-profit health care organization committed to blending the art of caring and the science of care. Compassion, clinical excellence and state-of-the-art facilities have cemented Gurwin’s reputation as the health care community of choice for seniors in the New York area. And now, that reputation of excellence will extend to a new lifestyle option for active, independent seniors on Long Island.

An unsurpassed continuum of care

In 1988, Gurwin opened its nursing care facility in Commack with a commitment to providing the ultimate in quality care. Since that time, it has expanded to include a full continuum of care, including a world-class nursing and rehabilitation center, a vibrant assisted living community, exceptional home care programs and an extraordinary adult day health program.

A vision for active, independent seniors

In 2011, Gurwin initiated plans to expand. The Board of Directors began plans to develop an independent living community where seniors of all faiths and cultures would be free to shed home maintenance responsibilities, explore their passions and feel secure about their future. This vision became Fountaingate Gardens.

The comfort of a secure future

As a resident at Fountaingate Gardens, you will have access to the full continuum of care provided by Gurwin. You will also benefit from its financial stability as a leader in senior services for more than 25 years.

Continuum of Care

Value security and peace of mind

… with access to the trusted health care services of Gurwin should you ever need supportive care.

  • Gurwin’s full continuum of care is available on campus
  • Priority access to long-term health care services is guaranteed for life
  • Care includes assisted living, skilled nursing care and short-term rehabilitation
  • Gurwin’s home care programs are also available