More than just a nursing home.

 

Bear Hill Rehabilitation and Nursing Center is devoted to providing
the best in efficient, effective rehabilitative care and quality long term living.

In our quiet, spacious and accessible facility,
we provide an environment where healthy living and quality of life
are the goals that drive our staff to deliver excellence
to rehab patients and long term care residents each day.

 

The Pub and Lounge

keeping spirits up

 
When the moment suggests camaraderie and perhaps libation, the Bear Hill Pub and Lounge presents a warm, welcome environment for rehabilitation patients and long term care residents to gather, relax and swap stories that everyone knows are usually only half true.

When the moment suggests camaraderie and perhaps libation, the Bear Hill Pub and Lounge presents a warm, welcome environment for rehabilitation patients and long term care residents to gather, relax and swap stories that everyone knows are usually only half true.

 

The Atrium

greenery ‘through the roof’

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A living tree sprouts through the ceiling of our second-floor Atrium, a popular gathering place and one that is often decorated with plants and flowers that commemorate the season—Christmas, New Years, Easter and more. The Atrium is a symbol of life and growth—and serves as a reminder to all that nurturing is an important part of what we do at Bear Hill.


When spring arrives a Bear Hill, our grounds come alive with beautifully manicured rhododendrons, flowering dogwoods, green grass and the first buds on towering oaks, maples and evergreens that are common all around our buildings.

When spring arrives a Bear Hill, our grounds come alive with beautifully manicured rhododendrons, flowering dogwoods, green grass and the first buds on towering oaks, maples and evergreens that are common all around our buildings.


Other things to know about Bear Hill:

We are conveniently located at Routes 28 and 128 (I-95). For directions, click here.

We use, or offer, all of the following:

  • Internet-Based Computerized Medical Documentation System

  • Interact™-trained staff to reduce unnecessary re-hospitalizations

  • Extensive video surveillance systems

  • Open visiting hours

  • Pet Friendly – visiting and in-house

  • Resident computer/internet access

  • Selective menu

  • Wanderguard™ Resident Safety System

  • Whirlpool bath

Common Areas

In addition to private rooms in our facility, we have many “common areas” where rehabilitation patients and long term care residents are welcome—and often frequent as part of our social gathering philosophy:

  • Atrium

  • Beauty/barber shop

  • Chapel

  • Cozy pub and lounge

  • Day rooms

  • Extensive grounds and flower gardens

  • Large activity rooms

  • Large sunning decks

  • Abundant trees and foliage

  • Outside courtyards and a classic gazebo

  • Private family function room

  • Private library

  • Rehabilitation gym

  • Resident dining rooms (3)


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The Dining Room

quiet class, nutritious and tasty food

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Quality dining is a hallmark of Bear Hill. Adequate nutrition is vital, and we focus on providing it in each of our three dining areas. When food is well-prepared by professional chefs and served in an attractive atmosphere, the dining experience becomes something to enjoy, instead of a chore. Our spacious main dining room is meticulously appointed and has been the centerpiece for many memorable meals.


The Chapel

A serene place for prayer and worship

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Tucked away in a secluded corner of the ground floor at Bear Hill is our ecumenical chapel, a quiet place of prayer and worship and one aspect of our facility that residents and families often comment about. Regardless of faith, all are welcome in this special and holy place.


 
We maintain a keen appreciation for natural beauty and way it can enhance life experiences for rehabilitation patients and long term residents.

We maintain a keen appreciation for natural beauty and way it can enhance life experiences for rehabilitation patients and long term residents.