Golden Gate Rehabilitation & Health Care Center is committed to conducting its
business in compliance with all applicable laws, rules, regulations and other directives
of the federal, state and local governments and agencies. We believe that we can, meet
this commitment only through the efforts of our highly skilled care givers and dedicated
support staff and volunteers, who must earn the trust and respect of patients, families
and others by conducting their daily affairs with honesty, integrity, and in compliance
with the letter and spirit of all applicable laws. Although each individual ultimately is
responsible for his or her own conduct. Golden Gate Rehabilitation & Health Care
Center is committed to maintaining a working environment that promotes these ideals
and permits our employees, volunteers, contractors and physicians to demonstrate the
highest ethical standards in performing their daily tasks.
An expression of this commitment is the "Code of Conduct", which is applicable to all
individuals, including Golden Gate's shareholders, officers, directors, employees and
independent contractors working for or providing services at Golden Gate Rehabilitation
& Health Care Center.
The Code of Conduct is intended to provide general guidelines to assist Staff Members
to understand and appreciate the manner In which Golden Gate wishes to conduct
business. Although the Code of Conduct can neither cover every situation in the daily
conduct of our many varied activities nor substitute for common sense, individual
judgement or personal integrity, it is the duty of every Staff Member to adhere, without
exception, to the principles set forth herein.
A full copy of Golden Gate's Code of Conduct may be viewed by clicking here.
Please note that it is an explicit violation of Golden Gate's policy to retaliate in any way
against a Staff Member who, in good faith, reports an actual or potential violation of
applicable laws, rules, regulations, or the Code of Conduct.
Golden Gate Rehabilitation & Health Care Center
191 Bradley Avenue
Staten Island, New York 10314
October 21, 2021
This directive is intended to heighten awareness among residents and their families as
to the availability of certain compliance information maintained by the NYS Department
of Health (NYSDOH) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicare Services (CMS) with
regards to residential health facilities.
Both the NYSDOH and CMS maintain information on nursing homes that includes
performance on quality measures, complaints, inspection results, and citations and
enforcement actions, as well as any penalties imposed on the nursing home. CMS has
created a tool called Care Compare to help consumers search for and select nursing
homes and other health care providers and the NYS DOH maintains a web site
called Nursing Home Profiles.
On the NYSDOH site, select the nursing home by name after selecting the appropriate
Region/County from the dropdown menu, and open the Inspections tab to view any
Complaints, Inspection results indicating any citations, and any enforcement actions
against the nursing home.
The Nursing Home Compare website maintained by the U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services can be accessed below: