6 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania

Asbury Heights

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
700 Bower Hill Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15243
"Asbury Heights was great. The rooms were clean and accessible, and I'm in a wheelchair, so that is important. It was definitely a higher-end place, so you will have lesser worries than in other..." More

Masonic Village at Sewickley

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1000 Masonic Drive, Sewickley, PA 15143
"Masonic Village is a very large community. I've been on a waiting list for almost two years to get an apartment large enough for us. They give preference to their residents. We've eaten there, and..." More

Longwood at Oakmont

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
500 Route 909, Verona, PA 15147
"The rooms at Longwood at Oakmont were nice sized. They had an on-site shuttle, activities, transportation to the doctor, shopping, and 24-hour emergency services. They had all the appliances, and..." More

Providence Point

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
500 Providence Point Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA ...
"I had a dear friend in need of rehab and she choose Providence Point. I was very impressed with the rehab team and the individualized care she received . I have visited other facilities and was..." More

Friendship Village of South Hills

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1290 Boyce Rd, Upper St Clair, PA 15241
"Everything at Friendship Village was great. They have exercise room, movies, a library, and billiards. The dining room was beautiful, very cheerful, and big. " More

Concordia of the South Hills

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1300 Bower Hill Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15243
"Concordia of the South Hills, located on 19 acres on Bower Hill Road in Mt. Lebanon, offers a beautiful environment situated just a few minutes from shopping, cultural events, and downtown..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Allegheny
  • Review of Longwood at Oakmont

    The rooms at Longwood at Oakmont were nice sized. They had an on-site shuttle, activities, transportation to the doctor, shopping, and 24-hour emergency services. They had all the appliances, and y... Read more

    Barbara
  • Review of Longwood at Oakmont

    My mother-in-law was at Longwood at Oakmont for about 10 years, so I became familiar with it. I would call it a first-class place. I thought it and the staff was very good. She went in there in for... Read more

    William317810
  • Review of Asbury Heights

    Asbury Heights was great. The rooms were clean and accessible, and I'm in a wheelchair, so that is important. It was definitely a higher-end place, so you will have lesser worries than in other pla... Read more

    Alica
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