The Personal Care Home at Guthrie Towanda Memorial Hospital is a unique setting for individuals who require some personal assistance to maintain an independent, active and self-sufficient lifestyle. The combination of housing, personalized support services and health care is ideal for individuals who need help with daily activities but not the skilled medical care of a nursing home setting.
Staff is on duty 24 hours a day to assist with personal hygiene such as bathing and dressing, and with the tasks of daily living. Residents can enjoy security and peace of mind knowing that the adjacent Skilled Nursing Unit is available to provide a higher level of care if they need it; physical and occupational therapies are available on the hospital campus.
The Personal Care Home is furnished with antique accent furniture and décor. Interior spaces throughout the facility are designed with comfortable areas for visiting and relaxing: two dining rooms, a library and outdoor porches for peaceful comfort on warm days.
The facility is accessible for residents with wheelchairs, walkers or canes. Residents have access to an emergency call system.
Every room comes furnished with a single-size bed, dresser, stand, and chair. Residents may also bring their own furnishings to make the space feel more like home. Several room options are available to meet each resident’s needs:
- Semi-private rooms.
- Private rooms.
- Executive suites.
Each room has a private bathroom, including a walk-in shower, ample closet space and an outside window. Rooms are equipped for cable TV.
The activities director creates a monthly calendar of varied activities. Planned activities may include:
- Arts and crafts.
- Special outings.
- Birthday parties
- Games and puzzles.
- Daily newspaper reading.
- Shopping trips.
- Ice cream socials.
Cost for patients includes room, board and personal care services. For more information about cost and payment options, call 570-268-2426.
Our goal is to treat each individual as family, and we encourage residents’ family, friends and neighbors to be involved. For a tour, call 570-268-2424.