The Gardens at Palmyra and The Gardens at Campbelltown, both located in Palmyra, PA, attained The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services overall rating of five stars this month.
The rating, created by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, scores nursing homes in three separate areas: health inspections, staffing, and quality measures. On the scale of one to five, five stars mean the facility is considered to be well above average. In addition to the overall five-star rating, The Gardens at Campbelltown scored five stars on quality care measures, and The Gardens at Palmyra scored five stars on health inspections.
The Gardens at Campbelltown, located just three miles from Hershey Medical Center, offers short term rehabilitation, long term skilled nursing care, and assisted living personal care. The facility’s long term care department provides IV therapy, trach care, wound care, and feeding tube care, as well as respite and hospice services. Residents benefit from daily physical, occupational and speech therapies. Personal Care residents maintain their independence while enjoying the peace of mind that comes with a fully staffed facility.
The Gardens at Palmyra is a 39-bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility located in the town of Palmyra. The facility is small and home-like, while providing physical, occupational, and speech therapy to help get residents back on their feet after an illness or injury. For long term residents, The Gardens at Palmyra offers a full schedule of daily activities by their recreation department, plus outstanding wound care and hospice care, if needed.
Both facilities are operated by Priority Healthcare Group. Priority Healthcare Group (PHG) is a leading provider of rehabilitation and skilled nursing services in Pennsylvania and other states. PHG was founded by healthcare administrators whose intimate knowledge of the industry helps them attract and retain talented professionals in their facilities PHG’s mission is to provide the highest level of nursing and rehab care while treating each resident as they would treat a member of their family.