Broomall Manor

Unlike Any Skilled Nursing Home Near You

Nestled within a quiet, residential neighborhood, just minutes from several local area hospitals and downtown Philadelphia, is Broomall Manor. Broomall Manor has a relaxed, quiet atmosphere and is close to the amenities of a large city. Not many senior nursing homes in Delaware County can enjoy such a humble setting while also being close to the history and culture of downtown Philadelphia. Located just a short drive from Philadelphia, our skilled nursing home community is easily accessible via I-95 and I-476 or public transportation, and an easy drive for family and friends.

Quality Senior Rehabilitation Care in Broomall, PA

 Broomall Manor is a 123-bed senior care community that offers short-term skilled nursing care, long-term care, respite care and senior rehabilitation services, including physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. Our senior care services strive to help our patients meet their highest physical and mental potential. From long-term care to senior rehabilitation, our staff treats each resident like they are members of their own family.

Contact one of the Top Skilled Nursing Homes in Delaware County

Broomall Manor has the compassion, experience, expertise, skills and programs to provide the quality senior care services that result in a high quality of life. We offer a suite of senior care services that focus on physical, emotional and social wellness. Learn more about what makes Broomall Manor so special and the skilled nursing care we offer.

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2020 AHCA Award

Our facility proudly holds an award from the American Health Care Association (AHCA) as part of the 2020 Quality Initiative Recognition Program. This recognition is for one or more of the following goals: Safely reduced long-stay and short-stay hospitalizations;​ improved long-stay or short-stay satisfaction; safely reduced the use of antipsychotic medications, or improved short-stay functional improvement or long-stay worsening mobility.

 

Pre-registration Program

Saber Healthcare Group® is excited to offer a Pre-registration Program that allows you to plan for your rehabilitation prior to your surgery. Our specialized programs are designed to enhance the lives of our patients. To help make the transition from the hospital to rehabilitation easier, we are encouraging anyone having an elective surgery to call or make a reservation.

Commitment + Clinical Leadership = Customized Care

 
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