5 Greenwood Street
Hartford, CT 06106
860-236-2901

Bienvenido a Parkville Care Center

George Kingston

George Kingston

Administrator

Dear Residents and Families:

Welcome to Parkville Care Center, formerly known as Park Place Health Center. We are thrilled to announce as of January 2019 Parkville Care Center is part of the iCare Health Network. We chose the name Parkville to honor the care center’s place as a provider of quality skilled nursing and long term care in the historic Parkville neighborhood of Hartford, Connecticut. 

Bienvenido a Parkville Care Center, anteriormente conocido como Park Place Health Center. Estamos encantados de anunciar que a partir de enero de 2019. Parkville Care Center es parte de iCare Health Network. Elegimos el nombre de Parkville para honrar el lugar del centro de atención como proveedor de enfermería especializada de calidad y atención a largo plazo en el histórico vecindario Parkville de Hartford, Connecticut.

It is our commitment to make Parkville Care Center an inviting, homelike environment, providing culturally appropriate clinical care as well as recreation activities, dining, programming and supports. We are exceptionally proud of the specialized programs here at Parkville. At this time the care center provide short term rehabilitation and skilled nursing, long term care and memory care.   Continue Reading

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iCare Heartbeat

All the latest news, discussion, and updates from the iCare & Touchpoints Rehab team.

  • Today, 60 West in Rocky Hill was one of the long term and post-acute care providers recognized with a 2020 Silver - Achievement in Quality Award by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL). Recipients of this prestigious award have demonstrated a commitment to a rigorous journey of continuous improvement in the quality of care provided to residents.  “We have been referring to this at 60 West as our Silver Lining to 2020. We are honored…
  • October 15th is Global Handwashing Day – a day and a practice that has taken on much greater significance during the ongoing COVID pandemic.  The first Global Handwashing Day was held in 2008, when over 120 million children around the world washed their hands with soap in more than 70 countries. Since 2008, community and national leaders have used GHD to spread the word about handwashing, build sinks and tippy taps and demonstrate the simplicity and value of clean hands. Organized by: The…
  • On October 1, 2020 iCare Health Network President and CEO Chris Wright announced in a memo to employees that Allison Breault had joined the company as its new Chief Clinical Officer.   “It is my pleasure to announce that Allison has accepted the new Chief Clinical Officer position for iCare Health Network. She brings to iCare a wealth of experience in executive clinical management. In addition to Bachelor of Science in Nursing, she has a Master of Science in Nursing Administration and…
  • Today the Touchpoints at Farmington team, including the Heart Failure Program’s Transitional Care Nurse and the Touchpoints Therapy team, among others, received a glowing testimonial in the form of a Yelp Review. “  I had a lot of positive experiences. The staff at the facility was working with me very closely. I know I could not have done it by myself. I am happy to finally be returning home after a long stay however I greatly appreciate all the help and support provided to me by t…
  • As of September 28, 2020, Governor Lamont and the Department of Public Health lifted the restriction on indoor visitation in nursing homes in Connecticut. As of this week, all iCare Health Network care centers will be allowing and supporting indoor visits in addition to continuation of outdoor visits, weather permitting. Each care center will have some specific guidelines depending on the center’s layout, staffing and other needs. Below are a list of guidelines and infection control measures. …
  • I have such phenomenal appreciation for all of the staff. I don’t believe you receive enough gratitude and recognition of just how much you are greatly valued and loved for your diligent hard work at Touchpoints. You are the scaffold that keeps this place afloat. And though not everyone is able to express their support to you, please know it is on the minds of all the residents. 
“My name is Ninoshka Carmona, I had a car accident and broke my pelvis. I was three months without being able to walk and with the help of the CNAs Sunny, Tonya, and Natalie, as well as my nurse Olga, as well as Chris, Monsy, and Robin in the therapy department I was able to walk again, get stronger, and get back to my family.”
~ Ninoshka Carmona (June 2019)