About Us

Sky View Rehabilitation & Health Care, nestled in the beautiful rolling hills of the Hudson Valley, was built around serving the needs of our residents in a magnificent, inspiring environment. Getting back on your feet in as short amount of time as possible is not only our priority: it’s our promise.

Our multidisciplinary approach, combined with a passion for quality care and years of professional experience, come together to build an inspiring community filled with hope, laughter, determination, and healing.

Furthermore, we value your relationship with your beloved pets and encourage their visits to our pet-friendly facility.

To facilitate a speedy, comfortable, and successful experience, we invest every effort in creating a five-star ambiance, complete with a full-service concierge and gourmet dining. We recognize the crucial role family and friends play in a full recovery, and so welcome your loved ones at all times (including pets and support animals) to share in the splendorous views and magnificent decor of Sky View.

Ready to experience the new standard in recovery? Welcome to Sky View.

Feel free to stop by for a personal tour to experience the beauty of Sky View first-hand.


Sky View serves as your bridge between hospital and home, spanning the gap from recovery to community reentry. Our luxurious and hotel-like environment is the ideal setting for those in need of Post Acute Rehabilitation or Long-Term Care.

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Our consistent delivery of exceptional Post Acute Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Care has earned Sky View a stellar reputation. We are pleased to offer “Anytime Admission”.

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To ensure your stay is a five-star experience, we offer a host of amenities and luxuries. We want you to feel relaxed and pampered as you regain your strength.

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“Sky View provided support to my uncle at a very difficult point. They offered solace, comfort and rehabilitation to him, as well as to my family. He has now passed away and I cannot thank the professionals at Skyview enough for their support during his illness.”
– Gregory C.