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Nursing Homes in South Central Pennsylvania

There are 106 nursing homes in South Central Pennsylvania, 25 of which received an overall rating of five stars from the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

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Results 101-106 of 106

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Transitions Healthcare Gettysburg

595 Biglerville Road, Gettysburg, PA 17325

Overall 1 of 5
Health Inspections 2 of 5
Nurse Staffing 1 of 5
Quality Measures 4 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 135
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Twin Oaks Health and Rehabilitation Center

2880 Horseshoe Pike Po Box 137, Palmyra, PA 17078

Overall 5 of 5
Health Inspections 5 of 5
Nurse Staffing 3 of 5
Quality Measures 5 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 53
  • Continuing care retirement community: Yes
  • Full report »

United Zion Retirement Communi

722 Furnace Hill Pike, Lititz, PA 17543

Overall 3 of 5
Health Inspections 2 of 5
Nurse Staffing 4 of 5
Quality Measures 4 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 59
  • Continuing care retirement community: Yes
  • Full report »

Vibra Rehabilitation Center

707 Sheperdstown RD, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055

Overall Not Rated
Health Inspections Not Rated
Nurse Staffing Not Rated
Quality Measures Not Rated
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Medicare
  • Number of Beds: 48
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Wayne Center

30 West Avenue, Wayne, PA 19087

Overall 3 of 5
Health Inspections 2 of 5
Nurse Staffing 4 of 5
Quality Measures 4 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 112
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Zerbe Sisters Nursing Center

2499 Zerbe Road, Narvon, PA 17555

Overall 5 of 5
Health Inspections 5 of 5
Nurse Staffing 4 of 5
Quality Measures 5 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 87
  • Continuing care retirement community: Yes
  • Full report »

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