Broadmead 13801 York Rd
Cockeysville, MD 21030

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About Broadmead

Broadmead is a Nursing Home facility at 13801 York Rd in Cockeysville, MD.
Primary Specialty

Nursing Home

Practice Broadmead
Services Broadmead provides extended-stay nursing care to seniors with varying levels of disabilities in Cockeysville, MD.

Please call Broadmead at (410) 527-1900 for more information or to schedule an on-site visit.
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Recent Reviews
We chose this community because after visiting about 3 other retirement communities in Baltimore County, Broadmead was the best organized and was the cleanest. The apartments are really nice and have plenty of space. The staff is just marvelous and really makes a difference. Their Director of Sales is a true professional and did really well assisting us with everything we needed. There seems to be plenty of activities to keep the residents occupied if they chose to participate. As soon as we visited Broadmead we just knew this was the community we wanted. We are very pleased with our decision in choosing Broadmead.
by Berbard
A year after my wife passed away, the prodding by my children and my self realization that living alone in my home with all the related upkeep and typical expense, I agreed with the children and decided on Broadmead Retirement Community and after my initial visit, meeting some of the current residents and touring the community, I was impressed with what I saw and made the decision to "Move In". The location was also big factor in my decision in the my children and grandchildren live relatively close by.
Now a seasoned resident of 1 year, I have found the fellow residents to be of different backgrounds and experiences yet with like needs and desires. Spare time activities are in-place and growing as the request and participation requires. The fellowship and commonalty is inspiring and helpful in the daily life. I STRONGLY recommend Broadmead to all comers.
by George S.