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1600 Black Rock Road Royersford, PA 19468 | 610.948.8800 |

A healthcare journey redefined.

Welcome to the new standard of healing.

Parkhouse Nursing and Rehabilitation Center embodies all that a quality healthcare facility should be: a magnificent structure that hosts a professional staff, cutting-edge medical services, and a warm, welcoming environment. 

We invite you to explore our website – browse our offerings, explore our amenities, and stay up-to-date on all things Parkhouse Nursing!

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Daily script on website

In effort to keep you informed, we will be reporting daily the following to you and will continue to track these numbers and notify you of the changes as they occur.

  • The facility has a total occupancy of 467
  • We have (0) residents who have tested positive and (16) admissions who were  treated in the community for COVID-19 and now reside on our COVID unit
  • 0 test(s) pending
  • 104 patients have tested positive and have successfully recovered
  • 1 staff has tested positive and is observing quarantine

Our mitigation efforts have included creating a separate area dedicated to Covid-19 recovery to best accommodate residents in the facility that require care during this time. As our testing increases, we will be moving residents as required, temporarily, into a designated recovery area and once medically cleared they will be able to return to one of the other units.  Please know that residents that test positive or are suspected of having the virus are being safely quarantined from other residents. 

We are diligently following infection control guidance from the CDC and state authorities, are being vigilant with PPE usage and we continuously encourage safe social distancing and masking.

Once our staff are screened before starting their shift and also have had baseline testing completed in accordance with Governor Wolfe’s Executive order. As staff test positive or display signs or symptoms they will be placed off work and quarantined in accordance with CDC guidance.

We know how hard it is, especially during this pandemic to not be able to visit and see your loved ones. Any family that would like to arrange for a facetime phone call can either contact the social services department of leave a voice mail at 610-948-8800.

As always, we thank you for your continued support and pray that everyone stays safe and well.