Cheltenham Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

Cheltenham Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
Cheltenham Nursing & Rehabilitation Center 600 W Cheltenham Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19126

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About Cheltenham Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

Cheltenham Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is a Nursing Home facility at 600 W Cheltenham Ave in Philadelphia, PA.
Primary Specialty

Nursing Home

Practice Cheltenham Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
Services Cheltenham Nursing & Rehabilitation Center provides extended-stay nursing care to seniors with varying levels of disabilities in Philadelphia, PA.

Please call Cheltenham Nursing & Rehabilitation Center at (215) 927-7300 for more information or to schedule an on-site visit.
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Recent Reviews
Dr. Cohen ignores my family's request - social worker Alice Teesdale will not return family's calls - will meet with
Director to demand that my family's request be followed 10/14/12
by amm family
XXX.XXX.32.20
My mother in law was transferred to this facility from Sierra Oaks in Bensalem. Today my husband and I visited Cheltenham Nursing Home to drop off admissions paperwork. We had the pleasure of meeting with Stephanie Anderson-MaKuri, the Business Office Manager. Stephanie was very friendly, very thorough in explaining things to us, and extremely compassionate.

What we DIDN'T receive was a call from their social services office. My mother in law arrived at Cheltenham 14 days ago and no one from their social services office called us. I am calling that office today to find out why there was no follow up from that department.
by Donna Lauria
XXX.XXX.53.12
I remember back in 2007 when Mr. Gary Foley, the Assistant Administrator, was in charge of the building when the Administrator was out of his office. He was very conscientious about my concerns for my mother's health. He was very professional when speaking with me, and provided me with a detailed list of interventions he was having the DON work up for my mother's condition. I really liked Mr. Foley a lot, as he also spoke highly of Ed Harding, the Administrator. Things really improved when both Gary Foley and Edward Harding took over the administrative duties of the building.
On my next visit my mother was doing much better, as Gary really laid out a game-plan which ensured my mother's continued health care plan was followed to the letter. Thank you Gary Foley!
by Ms. S. Revere
XXX.XXX.29.2