Sitrin opens a six-bed residence for the elderly.
Sitrin expands to a 111-bed facility.
Sitrin offers the region's first medically affiliated Adult Day Health Care program.
Sitrin adds residential housing for medically complex individuals with intellectual disabilities.
Sitrin expands to a 173-bed residential health care facility.
Sitrin Child Care Center opens, serving 24 children.
Sitrin opens the most comprehensive medical rehabilitation center in the region, and establishes the first licensed Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Facility (CORF) in the tri-county area of Central New York.
Sitrin opens a dental clinic located in its Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Facility.
Sitrin implements the STARS (Success Through Adaptive Recreation and Sports) program, offering individuals with disabilities the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of sports.
Sitrin builds a new Child Care Center to accommodate 64 children.
Sitrin acquires Georgian Court Estates in Utica, and transitions the 30-unit apartment complex to offer independent living for adults age 62 and older.
Sitrin acquires the former Camp Pioneer located on Graffenburg Road in Frankfort (142 acres). The Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties, Inc., awarded Sitrin $80,000 to aid in renovations to the property. This grant, from The Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties, Inc., was made possible by generous donors since 1952.
Sitrin restructures its long-term care program by rightsizing a portion of its beds to assisted living (ALP) services. Sitrin opens the Cedarbrook Enriched Housing and Assisted Living Complex with 44 one- and two-bedroom apartments. This transition resulted in more than $1.2 million annual savings to the Federal/State Medicare/Medicaid programs.
Sitrin implements a new model of long-term care not widely offered in New York State. Its traditional institutional setting is replaced with nine Cape Cod-style houses for residents. Sitrin also opens the Cedarbrook Enriched Housing and Assisted Living Complex with 44 one- and two-bedroom apartments.
Sitrin renovates its inpatient medical rehabilitation unit and expands to 46 private patient rooms.
Sitrin launches a Military Rehabilitation Program for veterans and injured service members. Post-9/11 veterans who choose to be treated at Sitrin pay nothing for their care.
Sitrin opens two additional offsite residences for medically complex individuals with intellectual disabilities.
Sitrin opens Sitrin NeuroCare, the first and only long-term care program of its kind for individuals with Huntington's Disease and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).