Welcome to Amsterdam
With Columbia University and the Cathedral of St. John the Divine among its neighbors, Amsterdam House is located on Amsterdam Avenue at 112 street in New York City.
The essence of Amsterdam includes a unique combination of old world charm, comfortable surroundings and state of the art clinical care.
Our longstanding tradition of caring is carried out by an exceptional staff who are dedicated to the healing arts, providing each resident with the opportunity to thrive and achieve maximum comfort.
Our reputation tells the story of our success. Having consistently earned a 5-star rating from CMS, we are proud to be ranked among the best nursing homes by the US News and World Report.
The Amsterdam Difference
As a nonprofit organization, we exist solely for the purpose of providing healthcare. For us, healthcare is not a business proposition. It is our mission and it reflects the values of our founders.
With a tradition of excellence, ANH is proud of its fine reputation. This is reflected in a 5-star rating from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), our designation in US News and World Report’s “Best Nursing Homes”, being one of Providigm's 2016 Embracing Quality Award winners, as well as the feedback we receive from patients, residents, and families.
Our patients and residents are our primary focus- as a nonprofit facility we believe that their comfort and well-being is our bottom line for success.
Basic Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement Accreditation in 2017
Awards & Recognition
5 Star Rating by CMS and listed by US News and World Report
Amsterdam Nursing Home Ranks in Top Quintile Of Nursing Homes in New York State
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Providigm's 2016 Embracing Quality Award Winner
We invite you to consider our tradition of care which began over 140 years ago.
The Story of Amsterdam
In 1872, Rev. Isaac H. Tuttle was deeply concerned that many elderly people who had been vital and productive during their working years had fallen on difficult times and had no place to turn. He secured a vacant building and established the "Home For Old Men and Aged Couples" also known as HOMAC.
In 1897, land on 112th Street and Amsterdam Avenue was purchased and a new building was completed. It had attractive rooms, parlors and an infirmary staffed with doctors and nurses — it even had an elevator.
101 years after the founding of the HOMAC, a new home known as Amsterdam House was built which could accommodate more than 300 residents. Along with the increased space came increased services.
Our recent expansions and renovations have created a technologically advanced facility for 409 residents seeking long and short term care. We retained a home-like setting which includes Old World style furnishings. Our programs expanded to include an Adult Day Health Care Center as well as a new gym focused on rehabilitation.
Amsterdam Nursing Home
1060 Amsterdam Avenue
(between 112th and 113th Streets)
New York, NY 10025
Main Telephone: 212.316.7700
Admissions Fax Number: 212.678.1740
Complete agreement should be mailed to Amsterdam Nursing Home, attention Admission Dept.
If you are interested in visiting our home, please call us at (212) 316-7728 to arrange a tour.
Giving to Amsterdam
A gift to Amsterdam Nursing Home provides essential support for resident care and community outreach. There are many ways you can give.
Employment at Amsterdam
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