New Beginnings Sub-acute Care

Broadway House offers a renowned sub-acute program that helps residents recovering from a broad variety of illnesses and injuries to rebuild their health—and their lives. Our sub-acute program, called New Beginnings, serves people who may not require hospitalization, but need extra support before returning home as they recover from conditions including:

  • Diabetes
  • Brain injuries
  • Stroke
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Fractures

Working with each patient’s physician, our expert team develops a personalized care plan that may include a broad scope of services such as rehabilitation, therapy, wound care, diabetes treatment, pain management, behavioral health, social services, and more.

Physicians who would like to refer a patient, or find out more informaton, please call 973.268.9797 ext. 1013 or email badruaj@uhnj.org.

Meet Dari and Maria

When a fire broke out in their Ironbound apartment building, Dari and Maria Coracini jumped from the window of their third-floor bedroom. The couple were severely injured in the fall that saved their lives.

After enduring multiple surgeries at University Hospital, Dari and Maria came to Broadway House for Continuing Care at the recommendation of their medical provider. They say it’s been a blessing for them to recuperate together, sharing the same room and receiving expert care. Dari adds, “We are so grateful for Broadway House and the people who work here. They have a real mission to heal.”

Now, Dari and Maria are looking forward to resuming their lives and seeing their six children. Maria says, “God has been a blessing to us, and he has used these doctors as his instrument. They have embraced us with so much love at Broadway House.”

When I first came to Broadway House, things were not so clear. My mind and body had become so weak, but my spirit knew that I would come around with the help of the doctors, nurses, and other staff members here. Faith, hope, and care battled the disease that wants to take me down. Love clings to Broadway House, reminding me that I am not alone.

David C.