Bryn Mawr Extended Care Center

Bryn Mawr Nursing Home & Long-Term Care 

Bryn Mawr Extended Care Center was established in 1980 in a quiet residential neighborhood along Philadelphia’s Main Line near the Blue Route (I-475) and Lancaster Avenue. We are a skilled nursing facility specializing in senior rehabilitation services and extended care. Our Bryn Mawr Extended Care Center not only strives to provide exceptional extended care, but also offers a variety of activities, professional entertainers and outings tailored to the likes of our patients. A favorite tradition are the surprises our patients receive from their staff Secret Santa’s.

Long-Term Senior Care Services

Bryn Mawr Extended Care offers senior rehabilitation services and short- and long-term skilled care services. Just like other skilled nursing facilities in the Saber network, our team of physical, occupational and speech therapists assist each patient to help reach his or her goals and strive to achieve their maximum potential both physically and mentally. Our physical therapy programs for seniors aims to get patients home as quickly and successfully as possible. Bryn Mawr has a long tradition of treating our patients like members of our family in a home-like environment.

We have the compassion, experience, expertise, skills and programs to provide the quality skilled nursing care and senior rehabilitation in Bryn Mawr that results in a high quality of life. at (610) 525-8412 to schedule a tour to see for yourself just what makes Bryn Mawr Extended Care Center special.

Acute Care Facility for Seniors in Bryn Mawr, PA 

From physical therapy for senior to short and extended skilled nursing care, Bryn Mawr Extended Care Center acts as a true partner during your healthcare journey. Learn more about our person-centered services below.

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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.


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BRYN MAWR EXTENDED CARE CENTER 956 Railroad Avenue Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 Tel 610-525-8412

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.

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