7 Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Pittsburgh, PA

3 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Pittsburgh, PA

Asbury Heights

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
700 Bower Hill Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15243
"We visited Asbury Heights. It is a nice place to live. The environment is very nice. The staff is very helpful and accommodating. I like best their very nice rooms. However, they could improve on..." More

Providence Point

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
500 Providence Point Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA ...
"Mother lived there for several years. High staff turnover with no staffing continuity and agency fill in have no idea of residents needs. The facility is beautiful but the administration is non..." More

Concordia of the South Hills

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1300 Bower Hill Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15243
"Concordia of the South Hills was the only facility that can take her at that time. The days shift was wonderful but the night shift was terrible. The food was awful. The rehab was okay but they..." More

4 Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Pittsburgh, PA

Masonic Village at Sewickley

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1000 Masonic Drive, Sewickley, PA 15143
"My wife loved Masonic Village at Sewickley. I knew everything in it and I liked it too. I had friends that lived there. They had a hospital facility with doctors and everything there too. You could..." More

Redstone Highlands at North Huntingdon

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
12921 Lincoln Way, North Huntingdon, PA 15642
"Redstone was nice as the one I chose for my mother, but it was much more expensive. There was a variety of different sizes and layouts of the apartments. They were very clean. The food there was..." More

Longwood at Oakmont

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
500 Route 909, Verona, PA 15147
"I was able to visit Longwood at Oakmont several times and it's a beautiful facility. It has got more square footage than most places. The apartments are very nice and they are relatively new and..." More

Friendship Village of South Hills

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1290 Boyce Rd, Upper St Clair, PA 15241
"89 bed facility with secure care system. 19 of those beds in the Special Care Unit with specialized activities and steady, caring staff. The Health Center as a whole houses many residents with some..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Pittsburgh

  • Review of Asbury Heights

    My parents moved into Asbury Heights. It's very well-managed and the staff is overwhelmingly nice and helpful. In general the activity calendar for the seniors is very good and has a lot to offer m... Read more

  • 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

  • Review of Providence Point

    Providence Point is beautiful place for their residence. They are also very overpriced for their residence and whether you are their for a short time or a long time it will cost you and your family... Read more

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