The Allure Group transforms nursing homes into post-acute rehabilitation centers that are attentive to the needs of residents when it comes to their health, comfort, culture, and quality of life. With the appearance and amenities of a 5-star hotel, each of The Allure Group rehabilitation centers caters to the unique needs of the community in which it serves. For example, the Longevity Garden Program at Hamilton Park Nursing and Rehabilitation Center accommodates the needs of the expanding, local Chinese population in Brooklyn. The program employs Mandarin-speaking nurses, offers a Chinese menu, and provides family trips and visits. Through The Allure Group, Joel Landau also eliminates the “revolving door” nature of rehabilitation facilities so that patients needn’t to go back and forth between the hospital and the rehabilitation center. The Allure Group’s skilled nursing and post-acute rehabilitation centers are designed to support the growing needs of the aging Baby Boomer generation, with a care model that offers both short-term rehabilitation and long-term nursing care.
Joel Landau is committed to leveraging well-grounded healthcare operating experience and industry knowledge to develop solutions that lead to improved health care quality and access, while still being affordable for all. His motto is that “an improved, more cost-effective and holistic healthcare system is well within our reach.”
Having set this motto in motion throughout his career, Joel Landau brings a combination of management expertise and dedication to excellence to every endeavor he undertakes as an entrepreneur. A leader in the healthcare industry, he has developed an ability to identify opportunities in the marketplace and created products, services and companies that hone in on market opportunities.
In addition to maintaining strong political, corporate, and community-based relationships, Mr. Landau has served as a member or an advisor on a number of boards and committees including the Medicaid Managed Care Advisory Review Panel (MCCARP), NYS DOH Preventative Health and Health Services Block Grant, NYS DOH Task Force on Long Term Care Financing, and the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce.