22 Tuck Road, Hampton, NH 03842
Oceanside Center is a skilled nursing facility offering post-hospital, short-term rehabilitation as well as long-term and respite care. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, and most private insurances. Our staff is dedicated to serving the medical and rehabilitation needs of individuals recovering from illness or injury. Oceanside Center is an AHCA Bronze Quality Award Winner and We Honor Veterans community partner!
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- ShortStay care
- LongTerm care
- Respite care
- Palliative care
- Rehabilitation therapy
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Speech therapy
- On-site Medical Director
- On-site Nurse Practitioner
- Attending Physicians
- Registered Nurses
- IV Therapy
- Audiology care
- Bariatric specialties
- Colostomy care
- Dementia care
- Dental care
- Personal care
- Podiatry care
- Psychiatric services
- Vision care
- Wound care
- Hospice care
- Case management
- Dietary and nutrition needs management
- Discharge planning
- Medication management
- 24-hour emergency alert and response system
- Coordinated transportation
- Cultural, educational, religious and social activities
- Recreation activities
- Private and Semi-Private Rooms
- Spacious rooms
- Fully air conditioned
- Beautiful Garden(s) / Courtyard(s)
- Beauty Salon / Barber Services
- Cable Television
- Café with always available menu options
- Comfortable common and lounge areas to gather with friends and family
- Country kitchen
- Dining Room
- In-room dining options
- Private dining rooms for family gatherings
- Restaurant-Style Dining
- Alarm system to aid in the security of residents with cognitive deficits
- Computer with internet access
- Laundry facility on-site
- Mail and Newspaper Service
- Pharmaceutical delivery service
- Wireless Internet
- Fireplace in living room
Smit is from Gujarat, India. He joined medical school after graduating from Swastik High School. After finishing medical school, Smit started working as a primary care physician in his hometown. To continue his work in healthcare, Smit moved to the USA in 2016. Care, compassion and communication are part of his core beliefs. Smit started his career at Genesis in 2021 and is dedicated to working with the long term care population. Smit is passionate about sports and wants to see the World Series one day!
Amanda Rita Hernandez, MDMedical Director
Amanda Rita Hernandez, MD is a graduate of the University of the Eastern Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center, Manila, Philippines. She trained at Massachusetts General Hospital in Geriatrics and holds her CMD, AMDA/Society for Post-Acute and Long Term Care Medicine. Dr. Hernandez has served as both Medical Director and Attending Physician in multiple clinical settings in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire. At present, she works with Vantage Healthcare providing Primary Care for her patients at Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Skilled Nursing Facilities. She has been with Genesis Oceanside Center since March 2020!
Heidi GannonAdmissions Director
Heidi has been with Genesis almost six years, having been in several positions during her time at Oceanside. She studied Accounting and Business Administration at NHTI in Concord, NH. When not working, she enjoys crafts, family time, and traveling to Key West with her husband. She lives in Hampton with her husband Sean and their three adult children.
Nicholas Rowe OT, OTRDirector of Rehabilitation
Nick has been with the company for over 10 years working in Massachusetts and NH in both the LTC and Vitality settings. He is a graduate of Lyndon State College and Utica College where he received degrees in Exercise Science and Occupational Therapy respectively. Nick believes in patient care driven by functional based outcomes with our patients by incorporation of meaningful activities and tasks to each patient. When not working Nick is active in the community sports scene in Hampton working with all age groups in Soccer as well as being the Varsity Boys Soccer Coach at Winnacunnet High School. Nick lives in Hampton with his wife Meaghan and two children, Madeleine and Hudson.
Jessica SnyderDirector of Mental Health and Recovery
Jessy joined the Oceanside Team in 2020 as Director of Social Services after moving to the Seacoast area from Burlington, Vermont. Jessy completed her BA in Psychology at Keene State College and her Master’s of Social Work at the University of Vermont. Jessy has recently transitioned into the role of Program Manager for the Mental Health and Recovery unit at Oceanside. She is committed to the overall psycho-social well-being of the resident’s, supporting the families/guardians of resident’s loved ones, and collaborating with staff to provide the best care possible. When not working, Jessy enjoys exploring the state of NH with family and friends.
My mother was at Oceanside (February 2019) for a little over a month before her passing. She was 97. She spent one week in rehab and the remainder in long term care. The rehab center helped to build back her skills and stamina. The long term care unit afforded her round the clock care and was especially helpful to manage her dementia. The nursing staff was very caring towards my mother and her needs. The facility is large enough to allow for movement and mobility and there are daily activities for the clients. We found the overall facility to be clean and uncluttered, albeit in an environment typical of a long term care facility. The administrative and admissions staff were very helpful. My mother absolutely loved the hair dresser.
My brother was also at Oceanside (December 2019) for 2 months. He had Alzheimer's and was admitted to the Memory Unit. The Memory Unit is indeed a special place. The staff there was always welcoming and professional, despite the many challenges that the day or night brought. They also did their best to attend to the needs and special needs of the residents there. They tried to understand the unique situation and requirements of each resident. I was impressed by the longevity of the staff in the memory unit as well the staff and administrative personnel that have been at Oceanside for many years if not decades. The daily activities in the Memory Unit provided a needed relief from what otherwise could be a mundane existence. The staff and administrative personnel made a special effort to make my brother feel at home. They greeted him with smiles and enthusiasm upon seeing him. He, of course, returned the smile and often exchanged high-fives. They did their best to attend to his special needs. I also want to recognize those working on the administrative end of things. Their assistance helped me to journey through a myriad of paperwork and applications as efficiently and confidently as possible, allowing me to focus on my brother’s well-being. The maintenance staff works to ensure that the facility is clean, tidy, and has a fresh smell to it.
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