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Our residents overcame so much to get where they are today. We are inspired by their courage and commitment and we are proud of their strength.

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How I got stronger at Martine Center

Fatmata Bangura

Bannister Center

Christine Barnes

Beth Abraham Center

Carlota Reyes

Boro Park Center

Zeruiah Yehuda

Boro Park Center

Arnie Koenig

Boro Park Center

Eli Tropper

Boro Park Center

Jesus Soto

Bronx Center

Rosemarie Solomon

Bronx Center

Alabi Adeluwoye

Brooklyn Center

Rodger Shields

Brooklyn Center

Justin Coke

Buffalo Center

Yvette Parker

Bushwick Center

Christopher Dario

Bushwick Center

Ralph Didomenico

Cooperstown Center

Linda McCoy

Deptford Center

Teresa Anzalone

Deptford Center

Judy Rushfrord

Essex Center

Patricia Boyee

Essex Center

Dale Sardea

Far Rockaway Center

Lionel Louis

Far Rockaway Center

Jane McArthur

Fulton Center

Theresa Monroe

Glens Falls Center

Jack Murray

Hammonton Center

Trent Robinson

Hammonton Center

Kay-Andra Morgan

Holliswood Center

Denys Surhayenko

Hope Center

Edna Hutchinson

Hope Center

Lawrence Cannone

Kingston Center

Gloria Velazquez

Martine Center

Stephen Nisbett Jr

Martine Center

Donna Quick

New Paltz Center

Annette Fearon

Northern Manor

Jose Vieira

Oak Hill Center

Maria Walker

Oak Hill Center

Alexis Nilsson

Oneida Center

Martin Serenkin

Richmond Center

Rosemary Beckley

Richmond Center

George Long

Schenectady Center

Shannon Lansley

Schenectady Center

Sarah Birdsong

Slate Valley Center

Hector Pacheco

Triboro Center

James Peck

Triboro Center

Rajpaul Mithuram

Triboro Center

Don Krom

Troy Center

Michelle Nelligan

Troy Center

Marcello Puello

University Center

Alyssa Cullember

Warren Center

Albert Jusino

Washington Center

Ronald Hintz

Washington Center

Aria Myrick

Williamsbridge Center

Glen Gomez

Williamsbridge Center

Carol Wilson

Former Patient at Martine Center

I had been treated at the hospital for diabetic wounds, and when it came time for my recovery and rehab I was very nervous. I didn’t know what to expect. Would the staff be friendly? Would they know how to help me? Would I be comfortable there? Th

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Esperanza Gallegos Fernandez

Patient at Martine Center

I have diabetes, and as my condition worsened I had to have half of my leg amputated. My situation is complicated by my asthma. To make matters even worse, I’m from Spain, and I don’t speak a word of English. How would I ever be able to rehab if

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Esperanza Gallegos Fernandez

Patient at Martine Center

I have diabetes, and as my condition worsened I had to have half of my leg amputated. My situation is complicated by my asthma. To make matters even worse, I’m from Spain, and I don’t speak a word of English. How would I ever be able to rehab if

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Gaetano Grippo

Patient at Martine Center

I was unsteady on my feet and fell three times. Not only did I suffer injuries, I was frightened as well. What if I could never walk again? I was worried and losing sleep over it. My doctor suggested I go to Martine Center for rehabilit

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Gaetano Grippo

Patient at Martine Center

I was unsteady on my feet and fell three times. Not only did I suffer injuries, I was frightened as well. What if I could never walk again? I was worried and losing sleep over it. My doctor suggested I go to Martine Center for my rehabilitation. The

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Manoris Long

Resident at Martine Center

I was in extreme pain. I couldn’t walk, I couldn’t even stand on my own. My doctor said I had to be admitted to a facility for rehab, and honestly, I dreaded it. I imagined a dark, depressing place. Then I came to Martine Center, and all my fears

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Scott Dahlgren

Patient at Martine Center

I’ve always been an active guy, involved in sports from the time I was in high school. But all that activity finally caught up with me. My hip was shot, and needed to get surgery to replace it. I began to wonder if I’d ever walk again. The team

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