2 Memory Care Facilities in Mercer County, PA

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Garden Way Place

Provides: Memory Care
2400 Garden Way, Hermitage, PA 16148
"At Garden Way Place, residents are at the center of our small, homelike senior living community. We develop individual care plans to meet the needs of each resident, and a full-time registered..." More

Saint Paul Homes

Provides: Memory Care
339 EAST JAMESTOWN ROAD, Greenville, PA 16125
"St Paul’s Nursing Home is nice, but my friend cannot afford to stay there. They were a good place -- clean and very friendly. It’s very well maintained, very nice, and organized. Nice neighborhood,..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Mercer County

  • Review of Saint Paul Homes

    St Paul’s Nursing Home is nice, but my friend cannot afford to stay there. They were a good place -- clean and very friendly. It’s very well maintained, very nice, and organized. Nice neighborhood,... Read more

    Maria771030
  • Review of Saint Paul Homes

    St. Paul’s was clean, and the food was good. It's a very large facility, and you had to park outside. They didn't have a pool. The staff was very competent. They had nursing care. Read more

    Jerry541382
  • Review of Saint Paul Homes

    <p>I did not meet a lot of the staff other than the one who assisted me. She gave me a lot of material and explained how they have apartments that you can move in to. She explained all kinds of lev... Read more

    Bonnie106368361

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