All our beds are dually certified Medicare/Medicaid. To expedite admissions, simply follow the 3-step process outlined below.
- Chest X-ray (within 30 days)
- If positive-2, provide AFB sputum
- Medication list (including methadone dosages)
- List of diagnoses
- Skin conditions (size and location of wound(s) if applicable)
- Recent lab results (PCR, CBC, Chemistry)
- CD4 count & Viral load
- HIV Antibody test results (Patients with CD4 & Viral load can skip this)
- Medical history & Physical
- Minimum of one week’s Doctors orders & Nursing progress notes
- Dialysis information including name of center, scheduled dates & times (if applicable)
- Vaccines (flu, pneumonia, etc.)
- Level 1 Screening Tool (if Level 1 is positive, we will need a Level 2 PASSR)
Please fax all documents to Dina Grace, Admissions Coordinator at 973-268-7890 or 973-268-9811.
Request an Application
- Request a Broadway House application by sending an email to email@example.com
If the patient’s Medicaid eligibility is pending or has SSI income only, please contact the county welfare office to apply for institutional or traditional Medicaid.
Next, complete an application for the AIDS Drugs Distribution Program (ADDP). Completion of this form is essential because it provides HIV medication funding for those patients awaiting Medicaid eligibility.
Patients with private insurance must obtain and submit written approval from their insurance provider, agreeing to cover the costs of their care at Broadway House. Daily rates will be provided to the insurance company by the Broadway House Department of Admissions.
IMPORTANT: All applications must be completed and submitted to Broadway House for Continuing Care before patients can be admitted.
Medical Information may be obtained from the patient’s Visiting Nurse Service, Clinic, Hospital, or Private Physician.
Please note: Broadway House is not licensed as a psychiatric facility. Broadway House is a skilled nursing facility, which provides 24-hour sub-acute nursing care.
All information must be completed before a patient will be considered for admission. Broadway House usually has a waiting list. You will be informed of the acceptance or denial for admission. The accepted patient will be placed on the waiting list and you will be contacted when a bed becomes available.