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CTMcEnroe September 11, 2016
I visited this facility
My 95 year old Mother was accepted into the Elms rehabilitation unit 8/27 after having emergency surgery and a stay in intensive care for 10 days. Since then, she is making progress every day due to the dedicated staff who work at the Elms. Everyone involved with her stay has not only assured a full recovery but made sure my mother’s spirits were kept high. They have made her feel like she’s family. The culture of an organization is created by the owners that lead by example and Anita has done just that. Anita’s passion to provide quality elderly care in a family setting is evident as she interacts with people in the halls sometimes accompanied by her dog, Winston. I would not hesitate to recommend entrusting a loved one to this facility and will certainly recommend the Elms to friends, relatives and business associates. We will be forever grateful this positive experience.
shell314lake December 30, 2015
I am a past client of this provider
This is a multi generational family run acute care/nursing home. The facility is tucked away in a 1600's village community of Cranbury. My family knew persons that worked in the facility because my mothers' family had been located in that area for three generations. My grandmother and my mother have been clients at this facility. No facility is perfect but at the Elms between the Social Worker, Finance Office, Manager's Office and the Nurses in charge were always available and solved the concern - a personal touch - not like the franchised-like facilities now growing in New Jersey - where you never know who is coming and going on the staff.
ejaskol February 14, 2015
My husband was a patient for three weeks. Both he and I were very pleased with all aspects of service -- rehabilitation therapists, doctors, nurses, aides, social services, and dining room staff. The physical surroundings and environment were pleasant. The food was varied and surprisingly tasty for an institution. The staff was responsive to requests. We recommend The Elms enthusiastically, should you need such a facility.
rwnstdnt December 22, 2012
I am a friend or relative of a resident
My grandmother had a stroke and lost the use of her left side of her body. She required almost round the clock care to make sure that she was fed and changed. She also needed physical therapy to strengthen her able side. During her stay, she had a case of C-Dif which caused severe dehydration due to the diarrhea she was having. The staff did a decent job at making sure she was clean when they were able to. I visited the facility on many occasions with my mother who is an RN at a hospital not far from the home. She was satisfied with the level of care that we received but would still go out of her way to change my grandmother if the staff was busy. The people there were very friendly and very helpful. They ever gave us access to the refrigerator to store some snacks for my grandmother to eat in between meals. The physical therapist checked in with her daily and gave us exercises to do with her. Overall, the staff were fairly attentive to ours and my grandmother's needs during her stay.
kathys929 December 12, 2012
I visited this facility
The Elms of Cranbury is a very nice facility. The decor is beautiful, almost like a hotel. The rooms were comfortable and the dining room was very fancy. It looks like an upscale restaurant. I would definitely recommend this facility to anyone who is interested.
Angry spouse April 09, 2012
I am a friend or relative of resident
This place exists only to take your insurance money without providing care. My husband went there after surgery to regain strength in his legs. I was told he would receive individualized exercise at least twice daily. Exercise was once daily and all patients, from Alzheimers to strokes to anyone else got the same regime. He was not allowed to walk even to the bathroom -- they required the he go only 10 feet in a wheelchair - so of course he was guaranteed to not regain strength. Wheelchair requirement created another problem -- toileting. They did not respond to his calls for help to get to the bathroom, and I often found him wet in the bed when I got there. They tried to block my withdrawing him, insisting he needed to daty the full time allowed by insurance. I worked with him myself to get him walking. When we left the facility, against regulations they refused to provide a wheelchair. We walked out together with pride and relief at leaving a totally horrible facility. Looks nice, but don't waste your money there.
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Elms Of Cranbury, The is a nursing home in Cranbury, NJ that provides patients with skilled nursing care as well as private or shared accommodations.for more details on housing, services, and rates.
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