Sitrin Timeline

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1951

Sitrin opens a six-bed residence for the elderly.

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1972

Sitrin expands to a 111-bed facility.

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1974

Sitrin offers the region's first medically affiliated Adult Day Health Care program.

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1991

Sitrin adds residential housing for medically complex individuals with intellectual disabilities.

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1992

Sitrin expands to a 173-bed residential health care facility.

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1995

Sitrin Child Care Center opens, serving 24 children.

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1997

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.

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2000

Sitrin opens a dental clinic located in its Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Facility.

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2001

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.

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2003

Sitrin builds a new Child Care Center to accommodate 64 children.

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2005

Sitrin acquires Georgian Court Estates in Utica, and transitions the 30-unit apartment complex to offer independent living for adults age 62 and older.

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2006

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.

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2009

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.

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2009

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.

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2010

Sitrin renovates its inpatient medical rehabilitation unit and expands to 46 private patient rooms.

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2011

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.

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2011

Sitrin opens two additional offsite residences for medically complex individuals with intellectual disabilities.

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2016

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).

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