From the Provider
We offer a home like setting and cheerful smiles from our professional staff who greet you every day. Our caring staff offers the assistance you need while respecting your independence.
Our peaceful setting, restaurant style dining experience, activities and beautiful setting combine to create a wonderful living environment everyday. Our genuine caring staff, home style meals, daily activities add to our residents' experience. They will tell you they appreciate all the options while living at an Emeritus Senior Living community.
The sense of community is all around you when you become part of the Emeritus family. Through special events, activities, clubs and ongoing cultural enrichment programs, we offer unlimited opportunities for you to get to know other residents and us. Call to set up an appointment for a tour because we delight in showing you our home.
Our Family is Committed to Yours.®
Amenities and Services
- Daily assistance with bathing and dressing
- Medication management
- Dining assistance and special diets
- Assistance with reminders and redirection
- Escorts and assistance with walking
- Emergency response call system
- Laundry and linen service
*Rates subject to change at any time. Level of care not included.
Reviews of Emeritus at Voorhees
Average Rating: based on 6 Reviews
I am a friend or relative of resident
My Father arrived in May 2013 and the staff has been wonderful. He has gained his weight back and his memory has improved. His foot doctor is pleased with the care he is receiving for his heel. The staff and aides are terrific with him and the family. I'm so pleased to know I don't have to worry about him and he is in a safe place begin well cared for. The facility is beautiful and they continue to make improvements.
I am a friend or relative of a resident
Extremely friendly and attentive facility. My mother loves it there and I am happy that they keep me informed of her activities and difficulties. They are quick to respond with my questions and I feel very secure knowing that my mother is in good hands and being treated properly.
I visited this facility
It was newly remodelled and clean but expensive.
I visited this facility
Someone from Emeritus called and invited me to come with my mother to have lunch and a tour of the facility. The place was very nice, the staff was friendly, and the food was good. I like best that the location was very nice and so like the country where my mother lived, and it's not that far from the city.
I visited this facility
The staff was extremely friendly and were always attentive to their residents needs. The place itself was a pretty good size, not too big or too small, and residents didn't seem to have a hard time getting around. Most were in wheelchairs so that obviously adds a number of problems to it. The food was really good. I was surprised that they actually had to much to eat and such a variety as well. When we went up to my family friends' room, it seemed pretty comfortable. It had a small couch and a good sized bed along with a TV with cable. There were also nurses walking by all the time, peering in to make sure the residents were doing okay. The place was extremely safe, too & you had to be buzzed in and out of the building. They let most people out if it was nice but some were too old to go out on their own.
Unscrupulous heartless money grubbers
I placed my Father in Summerville. Not a day goes by that I don't regret that decision. Upon admittance, we were charged a "one-time only" community fee. Please note that my Father was a stroke patient. Much of his behavior was consistent with a stroke survivor. Two months after his entry into Summerville, my Father was admitted to a hospital for gastric problems. Upon his release from the hospital, the staff at Summerville informed me that my Father required placement into their Alzheimer's unit because of vascular dementia. Again, this is consistent with an elderly stroke patient. Of course, they charged another community fee. While he was in their Alzheimer's unit, I personally observed a nurse reacting angerly to my Father because my Father had refused to shower. Its called vascular dementia..what doesn't the nurse understand ? When I tried to question the "house doctor" about a change in his medication: why isn't he getting his blood thinners ? The doctor blew me off by saying, "I don't have to answer to you." Excuse me, I'm the medical power of attorney...what doesn't this pompous jerk understand? One month later, I developed bronchitis and followed their rules that no one with an active cough is allowed to visit. The Summerville staff made daily phone calls to complain of my Father's behavior. Its called vascular dementia...what don't they understand ? Despite all their talk of being experts, the Summerville staff does NOT understand dementia. They can only deal with Stepford patients. Summerville threw my Father out of the Alzheimer's unit for having advanced level dementia. They did this at a time when they knew damn well I was sick. One of the nurses made threatening phone calls to me that she was going to "play hardball with me" and would send him to a state psychiatric facility if I didn't get him out of there. Summerville's complaints about my Father centered on him not wanting to shower and not wanting to eat. My Father was not hostile to any patient. He had yelled at one male nurse who tried to physically force him to shower. At the time they accepted the entry fee to the Alzheimers unit, they knew damn well he had vascular dementia. They took his money and threw him out 2 months later for having dementia!!!! When I came to pick him up, they would not allow me to use a luggage cart to carry his belongings out. They would not allow me to use the back door that was closer to the Alzheimer's unit. They did not offer to help me carry anything. They wouldn't even hold the door open. The male nurse glared at me the entire time as I packed my Father's belongings. Does it make sense to glare at me because my Father had vascular dementia ? Those people are ignorant, inconsiderate, greedy, money grubbers. I hope they all burn in hell.
We truly regret that you were unhappy with your father's care at this community. I want to assure all of our residents, their family members and the local community that Emeritus at Voorhees puts the health and well-being of every single one of our residents first and foremost. We employ a well-trained staff who is passionate about providing superior care and we have strict oversight processes in place to ensure the health and safety of our residents. At Emeritus, we take reports like this extremely seriously and have rigorous systems in place to help us address any issues or concerns about the care we are providing to each of our residents.
We encourage residents and families to communicate openly to our staff members any concerns they may have regarding the care we provide. In addition, we also have a dedicated customer service program for residents and families that allows them to offer feedback anonymously and confidentially in a safe and secure manner. We hope you used one of these vehicles to communicate your concerns to us. Family and resident feedback is vital to our organization and our ongoing efforts to improve our quality of care.
Resident care is our top priority at Emeritus at Voorhees, and we are committed to doing everything possible to ensure the health and well-being of our residents. Our thousands of satisfied residents at Emeritus communities are evidence of our commitment to their quality care.
Jennifer - Community Relations Director
Location of Emeritus at Voorhees
Features of Emeritus at Voorhees
- Lowest monthly rate: 3,550
- Minimum Memory Care Cost: 4,650