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

Bienvenido a Parkville Care Center

Cori Knutsen

Cori Knutsen

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.

  • 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. 
  • 60 West started off the week by recognizing and thanking the housekeeping and laundry staff that are a critical part of their environmental services team and daily operation.  As with much of iCare’s recognition it came in the form of treats! September 13-29 is National Healthcare Environmental Services Week and their service means even more in 2020 as the COVID pandemic continues and environmental services teams are on the front lines everyday. A safe, hygienic, orderly, compliant and c…
  • On September 8, 2020 the team at Optum/United Healthcare treated the residents and staff of Touchpoints at Bloomfield to a tasty Summer treat of tropical shaved ice from the Kona Ice Truck.   Staff and residents had the opportunity to enjoy some sun and fresh air while picking out a shaved ice flavor. Some staff were seen dancing down the sidewalk! Optum/United has sent treats, snacks, recognition, thanks and relief to many of iCare’s care centers and we appreciate their thoughts and con…
  • The conditions and rules related to COVID seem to evolve and change almost every day. This is especially true in skilled nursing care centers across the State and country. However, it is important to note that the COVID infection rate in Connecticut nursing homes is LESS than the infection rate in the general population. Skilled nursing care centers are a safe place to receive the care you or your loved one need at this time. If you need medical care and treatment, including in a nursing home, s…
  • Today, August 31st, is International Overdose Awareness Day. As iCare Health Network provides extensive care and supports to persons recovering from opioid and other substance use disorders through its iRecovery Program, today is a time to remember those lost to overdose and substance use disorders and reflect on ways to reduce harm and risk.  International Overdose Awareness Day is a global event that aims to raise awareness that overdose death is preventable and to reduce the stigma associa…
  • “I have realized that I have been blessed to be here, the healing I needed, the therapy in both physical and emotional have provided the foundation I needed to regain my inner peace. My new strength will carry me into many brighter tomorrows. As I get ready to leave here on my actual 65th birthday, please know that every person I have made a connection with will never be forgotten.”
“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)