Philadelphia Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect Attorneys:
Senior Justice Law Firm

A Philly Firm Focused on Nursing Home Litigation and Cases Against Personal Care Homes

Suspect negligence caused your loved one’s injury inside a Pennsylvania personal care home? Call an experienced Philadelphia nursing home abuse attorney, we are here to help.

Our law firm focus is on cases involving nursing home and assisted living negligence. Let our decades of experience with nursing home cases help you and your family on your journey to justice.

 

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Call our Philadelphia personal care home lawyers today for your free consultation at:
(215) 399-9200

Senior Justice Law Firm

1617 John F Kennedy Blvd #355b
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Trusted Philadelphia Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers

At Senior Justice Law Firm, our priority is achieving justice for neglected residents of nursing homes, personal care homes and assisted living facilities. Elder abuse injury and death claims are our focus. Senior justice is our mission. Let our narrow focus on this sub-specialty of the law help you and your family following a tragedy inside a Philadelphia facility.

Senior Justice Law Firm - Philly Nursing Home Lawyers

A Nursing Home Abuse Law Firm Serving the People of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer - elderly person in a wheel chair Nursing home abuse is one of the most despicable acts imaginable. No one inside a Philadelphia personal care home or assisted living residence deserves to be neglected.

Fortunately, both Pennsylvania and the federal government heavily regulate nursing homes, and legal options are available to abuse victims and their loved ones. The Pennsylvania Department of Health monitors neglect and abuse inside Philadelphia personal care homes. 

Most of the time, Philadelphia lives up to its reputation as the “City of Brotherly Love.” From Spruce Street Harbor Park to the cultivated exuberance of the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, Philadelphia also serves as a cosmopolitan dynamo. For some city residents, however, there is a dark side that doesn’t get talked about as often as it should.

About 200 nursing homes dot the Greater Philadelphia landscape with bed space for about 30,000 residents. There are many more assisted living residences and personal care homes in Philadelphia County. Although most of these residents are well cared for, a certain amount of abuse is inevitable when you have that many people who are completely dependent upon nursing staff for their well-being. When you suspect the abuse of your loved one, it’s time to take action.

We Focus on Nursing Home Abuse Cases and Personal Care Home Litigation

Many law firms are “jack of all trade” firms that will handle any type of case that is brought to them. At Senior Justice Law Firm, by contrast, our focus is exactly what our name implies – justice for senior citizens who have become victims of abuse in nursing homes, personal care homes, assisted living residences, hospitals, and similar facilities.

Just as you wouldn’t hire a general practitioner over a cardiologist to perform open heart surgery on you, it’s not a good idea to hire a general practice personal injury law firm to handle a nursing home abuse case for you. You are going to need an experienced Philadelphia nursing home abuse lawyer who understands the complex regulations that govern nursing homes.

The Numbers Don’t Lie

At Senior Justice Law Firm, we have recovered tens of millions of dollars for literally thousands of clients.  Of course, simply winning compensation is not enough in a nursing home abuse case. You need to have the abuse halted immediately and make sure that it never recurs. We know how to do that as well since we’ve been doing it for years.

Our personal care home negligence attorneys regularly resolve cases in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. More important than the dollar amount recovered, our Philadelphia Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys restore justice and dignity to victims and their families.

Call us today to see why a knowledgeable, caring and proven Philadelphia nursing home abuse lawyer from Senior Justice is different — 215-399-9200.

Philadelphia Nursing Home Injuries that Warrant Further Investigation

Philadephia Nursing home abuse attorney - empty wheel chair picMany times, we receive calls involving negligent Philadelphia nursing home conduct that does not result in an injury. While these mistakes may be egregious, luckily, no one got hurt. These kinds of instances do not usually result in litigation, as there are no significant damages that were sustained due to the nursing home neglect.

However, we also routinely receive calls involving serious injuries that occurred under mysterious circumstances inside Philadelphia personal care homes or assisted living residences. Oftentimes, the facility management will blame the resident for their own injuries. This is unacceptable as it is the legal duty of the nursing home to keep its residents safe from harm and injury. For this reason, if your loved one suffered a serious injury or death inside a Philadelphia nursing home, you should investigate further.

Common Philadelphia Personal Care Home Injuries Resulting in Successful PA Nursing Home Lawsuits

Nursing home abuse inside of Philadelphia facilities may be concealed from the resident’s family and friends. For this reason, it is crucial that you understand how to spot signs of nursing home negligence.

If your family member sustained any of the below injuries, you should speak with our Pennsylvania nursing home abuse law firm immediately. The below injuries are highly suspect for elder abuse or neglect:

  • Pressure Sores & Open Wounds.
  • Broken Bones.
  • Falls.
  • Lack of Nutrition, Hydration; Weight Loss.
  • Wrongful Death.
  • Head Injuries and Brain Bleeds.

If your family member has suffered any of the above injuries inside of a Philadelphia nursing home facility, contact our experienced Philadelphia nursing home abuse attorneys today. All calls are confidential and the case consultation is completely free.

Call us now at (215) 399-9200.

FAQ’s Regarding Pennsylvania Nursing Home & Personal Care Home Lawsuits

Philadelphia Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer - FAQ's picWhat is the difference between a Personal Care Home, a Nursing Home, and an Assisted Living Residences?

In Pennsylvania, nursing homes are commonly referred to as personal care homes.

A personal care home is the ‘lowest’ care provided to residents. As a resident’s care needs increase, they can graduate to an assisted living residence. If they need an even higher level of care, the resident should be transferred to a nursing home, also referred to as a skilled nursing facility.

Why Bring a PA Nursing Home Negligence Case if Money Will Not Undo the Harm Done to my Loved one?

The loss of a loved one is an incredibly traumatic event.  No amount of money will ever fill the void that is left when a loved one is seriously injured or passes away.  You might ask: “so why should I even bother with a lawsuit”?

There are two key reasons to bring a lawsuit if a loved one suffered abuse or neglect at a nursing home or assisted living facility in Pennsylvania.  First, compensation can help cover medical expenses that have accumulated for treatment in the past and future costs for medical treatment.  You should not go bankrupt due to increased costs in medical care caused by a nursing home’s negligence. You can claim medical expenses   In the unfortunate event that your case involves death, compensation can cover funeral expenses and provide for family members who lost their loved one.

The second reason to bring a lawsuit if a loved one suffered abuse or neglect at a nursing home or assisted living facility is to deter the harm from reoccurring at the facility to other residents.  Paying a settlement hurts a facility’s bottom line; if every abused or neglected resident sued, it would cost the facility a significant amount.  By making abuse and neglect more costly to the facility, lawsuits encourage the facility to spend more money on staffing, training and improving safety procedures and equipment to avoid abuse and neglect.  This is the main objective for many of our clients, who seek to prevent the pain and suffering caused by abuse and neglect in nursing homes and assisted living facilities to happen to other families.

How Much Does it Cost to Hire a Philadelphia Nursing Home Negligence Lawyer?

Our Philadelphia nursing home abuse attorneys work exclusively on a contingency fee. This means that we do not get paid unless you and your family recover money damages. If you do make a monetary recovery, we share in a percentage of the recovery for our attorney’s fees. This is traditionally a third to forty percent of the total settlement or judgment.

How do I know if I have a case?

Philadelphia Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer - ill elederly man picNursing home and assisted living facility residents often suffer from dementia or reduced capacity. Residents may not be able to communicate abuse or neglect directly because they forgot the incident or they are unable to formulate the complaint directly to you. Therefore, it is important to keep an eye out for common signs of nursing home abuse or neglect.

Signs of physical abuse include the following:

  • unexplained fractures, broken bones or bruising
  • unexplained scars or lacerations on the body
  • an inconsistent or improper dosage of medications provided
  • signs of restraint, such as marks from a rope on wrists or ankles
  • inability to be alone with your loved one without a caregiver being present

Signs of emotional abuse include the following:

  • signs of unusual behavioral change in your loved one, such as thumb sucking, rocking back and forth and/or increased signs of dementia
  • seeing dominating or controlling behavior from staff towards residents in the facility

Signs of sexual abuse include the following:

  • unexplained STDs or other infections in intimate areas
  • bruising or cuts in intimate areas

Signs of neglect from the staff include the following:

  • bedsore(s) developing because the resident was not turned regularly
  • noticing residents in the facility who require heightened care being left alone in public areas
  • infrequent bathing or leaving a resident in dirty clothing
  • a soiled bed, dirty linens, bed bugs
  • an unusual loss of weight or dehydration
  • an unusual weight gain

If you notice any of these signs, you likely have a case for nursing home abuse or neglect. To be sure, you should reach out to a Philadelphia nursing home abuse attorney who focuses in this field, and can provide an experienced opinion on the validity of your case free of charge.

What is a nursing home negligence lawsuit?

In simple terms, negligence occurs when a party breaches a duty owed to another party that causes an injury to the other party.  For example, a nursing home owes a duty to take reasonable care of its residents (which is what the residents pay for, and what the facility and its parent company profits off of).  A nursing home can breach that duty in a number of ways.  For example, a nursing home can fail to hire enough staff to care for the number or acuity level of residents that it houses, or a nursing home’s employees can fail to turn a resident every two hours per care plan instructions (among many other breaches).

If a nursing home breaches their duty, that breach must have caused the injury.  The causation must be a cause in fact and it must have been foreseeable that such a breach could result in such an injury.  For example, if a nurse does not use the proper equipment for safely transporting a resident with limited mobility (duty breached), and that senior falls as a result of this (cause-in-fact), and it was foreseeable that using incorrect equipment could lead to a fall (foreseeable), the nursing home is liable for any damages that result from the negligent act (i.e. the fall).

If my family member passed away due to nursing home negligence, who has the standing to sue the at-fault facility?

The proper party to bring a nursing home wrongful death claim in Pennsylvania would be the estate of the decedent. We will work with probate attorneys to get you or your family member appointed as the executor of the Estate of your deceased loved one.

Are Punitive Damages available against Philadelphia Nursing Homes?

Yes, for “conduct that is outrageous, because of the defendant’s evil motive or reckless indifference”, punitive (punishment) damages are available. Pensylvania’s punitive damage provision against reckless nursing home conduct allows for a jury or arbitration panel to punish the defendant by awarding more damages to the plaintiff than normally allowed.

I see that Senior Justice Law Firm has offices in other areas. Which lawyer handles Philadelphia nursing home cases?

All our Pennsylvania nursing home negligence cases are handled by attorney Len Haberman out of our Philadelphia office. Len has more than 20 years as a Philadelphia nursing home abuse lawyer and devotes the majority of his professional time to suing negligent Philadelphia nursing homes and assisted living facilities.

How Long do I Have to Sue a Philadelphia Nursing Home for Negligence?

Under 42 Pa. Cons. Stat. § 5524(2), victims of nursing home negligence in Pennsylvania have two years from when the injury was discovered, or reasonably should have been discovered, to bring their claim. If you are suspicious of an injury that occurred inside of Philadelphia Pennsylvania nursing home facility, a delay is not on your side. Contact our Philadelphia nursing home abuse lawyers from Senior Justice before your claim is time-barred by the Pennsylvania statute of limitations on nursing home negligence.

Are there Caps on Damages in Philadelphia Nursing Home Abuse Lawsuits?

Pennsylvania statute title 40 section 1303. 505d states that there is no limit on compensatory damages in Pennsylvania nursing home negligence cases. Punitive damages cannot be awarded in wrongful death claims, however, they can be awarded in a survival action against the nursing home.

What pre-suit requirements does Pennsylvania have two bring a nursing home negligence case against the Philadelphia nursing home?

In Pennsylvania, the law requires that the plaintiff obtains a certificate or affidavit of merit. This is a legal document signed by a medical professional which certifies that medical professional has reviewed the pertinent records and substantiates that there is a viable case of negligence against the Philadelphia nursing home. In other words, the certificate or affidavit of merit explains how and why the Pennsylvania nursing home breached the standard of care relating to the injured resident.

How can I get a certificate of merit from an expert and a Pennsylvania nursing home case?

Because Pennsylvania statutes require a very specific procedural pre-suit process, it is highly recommended that you hire an experienced lawyer to help you pursue justice on your case. A committed Philadelphia nursing home abuse lawyer from our firm focuses on the specific practice area and we have a variety of experienced expert witnesses who can provide us the required opinion to pursue a Philadelphia nursing home negligence case.

What kind of claim can I file if my loved one died due to nursing home abuse?

Under Pennsylvania wrongful death law, the executor (personal representative) of the deceased victim’s estate has the right to file a wrongful death lawsuit, and the beneficiaries of the estate are entitled to the proceeds. Wrongful death lawsuit damages can be substantial, even if the victim was elderly.

Want to ask our attorneys a specific Philadelphia nursing home abuse case question?

Call us now for a free case consultation on your potential Pennsylvania nursing home negligence claim. (215) 399-9200.

Pennsylvania Nursing Home Resident’s Bill of Rights

Did you know that every Philadelphia nursing home resident is guaranteed certain rights under Pennsylvania law?

Protecting Vulnerable Patients inside Nursing Homes and Rehabilitation Facilities

In 1987, our Federal Government recognized that we have a nursing home neglect problem in this country. An official Congressional research study determined that nursing home residents were routinely being abused, neglected, and given inadequate care. As a result, the Nursing Home Reform Act, or OBRA ’87 was passed. In this national legislation, nursing home residents were guaranteed basic human rights and nursing homes were legally obligated to prevent facility abuse, neglect or negligence.

Pennsylvania’s Enactment of OBRA ’87

028 Pa. Code § 201.29 lays out protections for Pennsylvania’s nursing home residents. Also referred to as the Pennsylvania Nursing Home Resident Bill of Rights, 201.29 requires Philadelphia nursing homes to implement policies and procedures to keep residents safe. These polices must be available to the public and specifically prohibit mistreatment, neglect, and/or abuse of the resident.

Filing a Complaint Against a Philadelphia Nursing Home

In order to stop elder abuse, we must speak out when we observe it. Learn how to report nursing home abuse in Pennsylvania and be a voice for the voiceless.

In order to curb mistreatment inside Philadelphia area nursing homes, the Pennsylvania Department of Health has established a nursing home complaint hotline – 1-800-254-5164. Additionally, complaints about Pennsylvania nursing home can be electronically completed by clicking here. If you have any questions on filing a complaint against a negligent Philadelphia nursing home or rehabilitation facility, our attorneys can help you through this process. Call us now at (215) 399-9200.

What Residents’ Rights are Protected in Pennsylvania?

Nursing home residents in Philadelphia facilities have the following guaranteed statutory rights:

  1. To be informed of their medical diagnosis.
  2. To see a physician if they choose to.
  3. To be able to choose their own doctor and pharmacy.
  4. To enjoy privacy and dignity and human respect.
  5. To have the right to refuse medical treatment.
  6. To have on adulterated access to telephone calls to speak with family and friends.
  7. To be free of elder abuse neglect and negligence while a resident inside the Philadelphia nursing home.

Violations of these protected Pennsylvania Nursing Home Residents’ Rights can be remedied in a Philadelphia nursing home negligence lawsuit.

Corporate Liability for Philadelphia’s Negligent Nursing Homes

Can I Sue the Corporate Parent Company that Owns a Nursing Home or Assisted Living Facility?

Why sue a parent company?

When an injury occurs at a nursing home or assisted living facility due to abuse or neglect, the facility itself is likely at fault.  In Pennsylvania, a nursing home or assisted living facility is responsible for injuries from abuse or neglect.  Sadly, some nursing homes and assisted living facilities hire teams of lawyers and consultants to create complex structures to protect their assets from lawsuit liability.  In simple terms, they create a bunch of interrelated companies so that each facility does not have many assets.  These underfunded facilities may not have enough money to pay a verdict in full because they have been funneling profits and assets into other interrelated companies.  In Pennsylvania, one way to bypass these complex structures is to sue the corporate parent company of the nursing home or assisted living facility as well as the facility itself.

How can you sue a parent company for negligence in a Philadelphia nursing home or assisted living facility?

In Scampone v. Highland Park Care Center, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania described why a parent company of a nursing home could be subject to liability for negligence.  The court discusses negligence under “direct liability” and “vicarious liability”.  Quoting the case, direct liability occurs when “the plaintiff seeks to hold the defendant responsible for harm the defendant caused…directly to the plaintiff”.  Vicarious liability occurs because of the relationship between the subsidiary nursing home and the parent company.  Vicarious liability occurs simply because the corporate parent, as principal, assumes the risk of individual agents’ negligence even if the parent company has played no direct part in the neglect or abuse.

The Supreme Court found that a plaintiff can sue a corporate parent for negligence under theories of direct liability and vicarious liability.  Additionally, the Supreme Court clearly states that a plaintiff can assert these claims together or in the alternative.

Philadelphia Nursing Home Negligence – Wrongful Death or Survival Claim?

What is a Wrongful Death Claim in a Pennsylvania Nursing Home?

Under Pennsylvania law, in a claim of Wrongful Death, family members of the deceased (limited to the spouse, the parents, or children of the deceased) can bring a claim for damages resulting from the death of the decedent.

The following damages are recoverable under a claim of Wrongful Death:

  1. expenses for funeral costs, medical treatment and administration of the estate of the deceased;
  2. compensation to cover the loss of contributions for material items the family would have received between the time of death and today. These material items include, but are not limited to, payments for: food, clothing, education, medical treatment and coverage, entertainment and gifts, and housing;
  3. compensation to cover the loss of contributions for non-material items the family would have received between the time of death and today.  These nonmaterial items focus more on the concept of the decedent’s support as a family member, such as comfort, services and society; and
  4. compensation to cover the loss of contributions for services the decedent’s children would have received between the time of death and today.  This includes parental services such as guidance, advice, providing a stable household and raising a child with morals and ethics.

What is a Survival Claim in a Pennsylvania Nursing Home?

Under a Survival Claim, the personal representative of the decedent’s estate stands in the shoes of the decedent. This kind of lawsuit claims damages that the decedent endured while they suffered with the injury. In other words, a survival claim is limited to the time of injury until the decedent’s death.

The recovery varies depending on the cause of action possessed by the decedent at the time of their death.  To put it succinctly, a Survival Action is the statutory right of the personal representative to bring a claim (or continue a claim) that the decedent had during their lifetime.

Pennsylvania has a survivor statute which allows for any causes of action to survive the death of the decedent. The estate of the decedent may recover damages on a negligence claim that occurred prior to the death of the decedent.  These damages can arise from:

  • pain and suffering,
  • loss of gross earning power from the time of the injury until the death of the decedent, and
  • loss of earning power, less personal maintenance expenses from the date of death through decedent’s hypothetical future years of work

Major Corporate Owners of Philadelphia Nursing Homes

Many Philadelphia nursing home facilities are owned by large corporate entities.  Some of the largest nursing home corporations have a significant presence in Pennsylvania, with a high percentage of those locations in Philadelphia.  Below are some key players in the nursing home industry who have an oversized presence in Pennsylvania.

  1. GenesisGenesis Healthcare Corp is based out of Kennet Square, PA.
  2. Brookdale
  3. Heartland
  4. Manor Care
  5. Arden Courts
  6. Golden Living
  7. Kindred
  8. Five Star Quality Care

Our Philadelphia nursing home abuse attorneys have experience with handling cases against these large corporate nursing home defendants.

Notable Philadelphia Nursing Homes in the Philadelphia Area

The Pennsylvania Department of Health is charged with inspecting Philadelphia Nursing Homes.  According to the Pennsylvania Department of Health, there are 47 nursing homes in Philadelphia County.  Please use the link for updated information.
Below is a list of each of those facilities:

  1. ANGELA JANE PAVILION (AKA PARK RIDGE)
    8410 ROOSEVELT BLVD
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19152
    (215)708-1200
  2. BALA NURSING AND RETIREMENT CENTER
    4001 FORD ROAD
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19131
    (215)877-5400
  3. CARE PAVILION NURSING AND REHABILITATION CENTER
    6212 WALNUT STREET
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19139
    (215)476-6264
  4. CARING HEART REHABILITATION AND NURSING CENTER
    6445 GERMANTOWN AVENUE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19119
    (215)438-5268
  5. CATHEDRAL VILLAGE
    600 E CATHEDRAL ROAD
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19128
    (215)487-1300
  6. CENTENNIAL HEALTHCARE AND REHABILITATION CENTER (AKA STEVEN SMITH HOME FOR THE AGED)
    4400 WEST GIRARD AVENUE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19104
    (215)477-1170
  7. CHAPEL MANOR (AKA CHAPEL MANOR NSG & CONV CNTR)
    1104 WELSH ROAD
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19115
    (215)676-9191
  8. CHELTENHAM NURSING AND REHABILITATION CENTER
    600 WEST CHELTENHAM AVENUE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19126
    (215)927-7300
  9. CLIVEDEN NURSING AND REHABILITATION CENTER
    6400 GREENE STREET
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19119
    (215)844-6400
  10. DEER MEADOWS REHABILITATION CENTER (AKA BAPTIST HOME OF PHILADELPHIA & DEER MEADOWS RETIREMENT COMMUNITY)
    8301 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19152
    (215)624-7575
  11. DELAWARE VALLEY VETERANS’ HOME
    2701 SOUTHAMPTON RD
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19154
    (215)856-2700
  12. FAIRVIEW CARE CENTER OF BETHLEHEM PIKE
    184 BETHLEHEM PIKE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19118
    (215)247-5311
  13. FOX SUBACUTE AT SOUTH PHILADELPHIA
    1930 S. BROAD ST. 4TH FLOOR NORTH
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19145
    (215)709-4000
  14. GERMANTOWN HOME
    6950 GERMANTOWN AVENUE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19119
    (215)848-3306
  15. GLENDALE UPTOWN HOME
    7800 BUSTLETON AVENUE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19152
    (215)722-2300
  16. HOLY FAMILY HOME
    5300 CHESTER AVENUE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19143
    (215)729-5153
  17. IMMACULATE MARY CENTER FOR REHABILITATION & HEALTHCARE
    2990 HOLME AVENUE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19136
    (215)335-2100
  18. INGLIS HOUSE
    2600 BELMONT AVENUE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19131
    (215)878-5600
  19. KEARSLEY REHABILITATION AND NURSING CENTER
    2100 NORTH 49TH STREET
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19131
    (215)877-1565
  20. LAFAYETTE-REDEEMER, THE (D/B/A ENTITY OF HRHS)
    8580 VERREE ROAD
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19111
    (215)214-2800
  21. LAUREL SQUARE HEALTHCARE AND REHABILITATION CENTER (AKA MARWOOD REST HOME)
    1020 OAK LANE AVENUE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19126
    (215)224-9898
  22. LIBERTY CENTER FOR REHABILITATION AND NURSING
    7310 STENTON AVENUE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19150
    (215)242-2727
  23. MAPLEWOOD NURSING AND REHABILITATION CENTER
    125 WEST SCHOOLHOUSE LANE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19144
    (215)844-8806
  24. OAKWOOD HEALTHCARE & REHABILITATION CENTER
    2109 RED LION ROAD
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19115
    (215)673-7000
  25. PAUL’S RUN
    9896 BUSTLETON AVENUE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19115
    (215)934-3000
  26. PENN CENTER FOR REHABILITATION & CARE
    3609 CHESTNUT STREET
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19104
    (215)386-2942
  27. PENNYPACK CENTER
    8015 LAWNDALE STREET
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19111
    (215)725-2525
  28. PHILADELPHIA NURSING HOME
    GIRARD AND CORINTHIAN AVES
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19130
    (215)685-0800
  29. PHILADELPHIA PROTESTANT HOME
    6500 TABOR ROAD
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19111
    (215)697-8000
  30. POWERBACK REHABILITATION 1526 LOMBARD STREET (AKA RITTENHOUSE CARE CENTER)
    1526 LOMBARD STREET
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19146
    (215)546-5960
  31. PRESBYTERIAN CENTER FOR CONTINUING CARE
    39TH AND MARKET STREETS
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19104
    (215)662-8186
  32. RENAISSANCE HEALTHCARE & REHABILITATION CENTER
    4712 CHESTER AVE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19143
    (215)727-4450
  33. RIVERS EDGE NSG & REHAB CTR
    9501 STATE ROAD
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19114
    (215)632-5700
  34. SACRED HEART FREE HOME
    1315 WEST HUNTING PARK AVENUE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19140
    (215)329-3222
  35. SIMPSON HOUSE INC
    2101 BELMONT AVENUE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19131
    (215)878-3600
  36. SOMERTON CENTER
    650 EDISON AVENUE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19116
    (215)673-5700
  37. SPRINGS AT THE WATERMARK, THE
    TWO FRANKLIN TOWN BOULEVARD
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19103
    (215)563-1800
  38. ST. IGNATIUS NURSING & REHAB CENTER
    4401 HAVERFORD AVENUE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19104
    (215)349-8800
  39. ST. JOHN NEUMANN CENTER FOR REHABILITATION & HEALTHCARE
    10400 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19116
    (215)698-5600
  40. ST. MONICA CENTER FOR REHABILITATION & HEALTHCARE
    2509 S 4TH STREET
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19148
    (215)271-1080
  41. TRANSITIONAL CARE UNIT AT NAZARETH HOSPITAL, THE
    2601 HOLME AVENUE
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19152
    (215)335-6367
  42. TUCKER HOUSE NURSING AND REHABILITATION CENTER
    1001-11 WALLACE STREET
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19123
    (215)235-1600
  43. WESLEY ENHANCED LIVING AT STAPELEY
    6300 GREENE STREET
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19144
    (215)844-0700
  44. WESLEY ENHANCED LIVING PENNYPACK PARK
    8401 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19152
    (215)624-5800
  45. WILLOW TERRACE (AKA WILLOW TERRACE NURSING HOME AND REHAB)
    ONE PENN BLVD
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19144
    (215)951-8500
  46. WILLOWCREST
    5501 OLD YORK ROAD
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19141
    (215)456-8710
  47. YORK NURSING AND REHABILITATION CENTER
    7101 OLD YORK ROAD
    PHILADELPHIA PA 19126
    (215)424-4090

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