McPeak’s Assisted Living Named One of Long Island Business News’ Health Care Heroes of 2015

healthcare heroesDue to its “outstanding service” and “safe, clean environment,” McPeak’s Assisted Living was named one of Long Island Business News‘ (LIBN) 2015 “Health Care Heroes” in the Assisted Living Facility category.

McPeak’s Assisted Living was founded in 1956 by two registered nurses, James and Katherine McPeak. The licensed facility is devoted to caring for the elderly and the disabled, while obtaining the most modern safety features and updates. McPeak’s Assisted Living offers many amenities and is run by an efficient and compassionate staff.

“The goal of the Health Care Heroes awards is to recognize excellence, promote innovation, contribute to the enhancement of the value and quality of health care and, ultimately, recognize the people and organizations whose tireless work, contributions and dedication to healing and caring ensure the well-being of everyone on Long Island,” a representative from LIBN stated.

“We’re very grateful to be recognized by LIBN as one of the Health Care Heroes this year,” says James McPeak, Owner/Operator, McPeak’s Assisted Living. “We truly feel quality care at an affordable cost is something of utmost importance to Long Island, particularly in this climate of economic uncertainty, and we are proud to be able to offer that to our community.”

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Pictured are Suzan Csako (front row center), Kitchen Director for McPeak’s Assisted Living, displays the facility’s Health Care Heroes Award, which the company received from Long Island Business News. Ms. Csako is joined by fellow McPeak’s staff members (front row, l to r) kitchen staff member Diana Ramon and launderer Maria Tello; (back row l to r) Personal Care Assistant Janet Garcia, Owner/Operator James McPeak, Activities Director Liz Turner and Personal Care Assistant Carmen Yugcha.

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