I would not recommend Mifflin Center to anyone. I had my mother there at one time, and recently my father. Neither experience was good, but it was the only place that they could go to. I was with my father when he obviously was not well. I was with him for about five hours, and the nurses would just do little things for him. They finally did an x-ray because my father was in a lot of pain. They had to call an ambulance to take him to the hospital to the emergency room where he was admitted with pneumonia. He went back there after being released from the hospital after about a week. Then they suddenly called me, and this is for the insurance. They gave me 48 hours notice, and said the insurance is stopping afterward. They suggested that my father was ready for an assisted-living, which surprised me. That turned out to be the biggest mistake of all because once I did find a facility for him, and after I paid an exuberant amount to keep him there while I searched for a place; when we moved at 11 a.m., within 5 hours, I had to call an ambulance to take him back to the hospital. He was in no condition to be released from Mifflin Center, let alone to be advised to go to an assisted-living facility!
The room that I saw was extremely small. They shared bathroom with an adjoining room. There was not a chair to sit in for a guest. It was claustrophobic. The dining area was very nice looking, but I don’t think they had enough to staff to adequately take care of all their guests. The food, according to my father, was just average.