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ManorCare Health Services-Washington Township

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378 Fries Mill Rd, Sewell, NJ 08080

(856) 218-4200

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A Proven Leader in Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Care

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ManorCare Health Service's skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers offer post-acute services for those transitioning from hospital to home. This specialized quality care helps shorten or eliminate hospital stays, laying the groundwork for a successful discharge. Some of these services include: high-intensity physical, occupational and speech therapies, cardiac recovery, stroke and other neurological recovery care, skin and complex wound care, I.V. services, diabetes management, oncology care, and orthopedic and joint replacement recovery. With individualized programs and a variety of post-acute services, including a specialized MedBridge unit, ManorCare offers rehab hospital caliber health care options to meet the unique needs of patients and ensure that they receive outcomes-oriented care that will speed their recovery and their return home.
Regular HoursOpen 24/7 including Holidays
Post-hospital care, Complex medical, intensive rehab,Post-hospital care, Complex medical, intensive rehab, short & long-term stays, Skilled Nursing, MedBridge unit on site, short & long-term stays, Skilled Nursing
ManorCare Health Services
Payment method
insurance, master card, visa
Alliance for health careAmerican Health Care Association
Residential Care Facilities, Assisted Living Facilities, Nursing & Convalescent Homes, Nursing Homes-Skilled Nursing Facility


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If you are not ambulatory and self sufficient this is not the place to recuperate. There is not enough staff to care for the amount of patients they have. Walk the halls early in the morning while the one nurse is trying to give out meds to 20 patients. You'll hear elderly people begging for help, asking to go to the bathroom. They are often told to "go in your diaper". It will break your heart. This is not acceptable care for anyone you love.