At The Phoenix Rehabilitation & Nursing Center, our extraordinary team of pulmonary specialists and licensed respiratory therapists deliver all-encompassing care to help patients cope with breathing disorders including COPD (chronic bronchitis or emphysema), asthma, ARDS, and more. Whether the patient is trach-dependent or was recently weaned off of a ventilator, our respiratory program enhances the quality of life of pulmonary compromised individuals in the Fort Greene area.
Our Specialized Respiratory Care Includes:
- 24/7 Respiratory Therapists on Staff
- Tracheostomy Care
- Cardiopulmonary Safety
- Bronchial Hygiene
- Oxygen Therapy & Monitoring
- Piped-in Oxygen
- CPAP & BiPAP Machines
- Specialized Rehabilitation Regimens
- Nebulizer & Aerosol Treatments
- Patient & Family Respiratory Education
As the patients learn to overcome the challenges associated with their conditions, they and their families receive an unparalleled level of support. Our goal-oriented approach aims to get our patients back to the lives that they know and love in the Fort Greene neighborhood.
Contact Us today at 718-858-6400 to learn more about our respiratory rehab programs!
“I like here. The Staff is always caring. They treated me like it’s not part of their job; they treated me like I am part of the family.”
– R. Ding
Fort Greene is a neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York City with a population of 15,903. Fort Greene is located in northwest Brooklyn in the area known as South Brooklyn, just across from Lower Manhattan and north of Prospect Park. It is listed on the New York State Registry and is also on the National Register of Historic Places. The neighborhood is named after an American Revolutionary War era fort that was built in 1776 under the supervision of General Nathanael Greene. General Greene aided General George Washing during the Battle of Long Island in 1776. Fort Greene Park originally called “Washington Park” is noted as Brooklyn’s first park.
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