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Neshaminy Manor Staff Video - #WeAreNMStrong

Thank You To Our Neshaminy Manor Staff for Staying Strong during this Pandemic and doing its very best, under difficult and tragic circumstances, to serve and provide our residents with the quality of care that they so richly deserve. Watch the #WeAreNMStrong video to view some of our unsung heroes.

Attention Family of D1 Residents:

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D1 Visitations

Neshaminy Manor will facilitate scheduled indoor visitations to support the emotional and psychosocial-well-being for residents, while maintaining the health, wellness, and safety of all. 

There will be a designated area on the D1 Unit that will be used for visits. Each visit will be about a half hour. Only 2 visitors are allowed on site for the visitation.

Please note: We are trying to accommodate visitations for every resident. Please keep in mind that if there is a family who has not had a first visit, we may ask you to reschedule your visitation. There should only be one account per resident, and it should be created by the POA.

We ask that all visitors come wearing their own mask. Masks must be worn at all times throughout the duration of the visit.

All visitors will be required to sign in with a staff member where they will have their temperature taken, sign an attestation form, and sign a form indicating that you understand the rules.

More information can be found on the Sign up page New Slots will be available every Thursday/Friday.

 

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Sign Up Genius, Sign Up NowCoronavirus (COVID-19) Update: In the spirit of federal transparency guidelines issued recently, Neshaminy Manor will issue a weekly update on residents and staff affected by COVID-19.

Neshaminy Manor Indoor Visitation is finally here! Check Thursdays/Fridays for slots to open for the following week.
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Schedule Visit: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/904044aa9af22a4fd0-visitors

Please note: We are trying to accommodate visitations for every resident. Please keep in mind that if there is a family who has not had a first visit, we may ask you to reschedule your visitation. There should only be one account per resident, and it should be created by the POA. Only 2 visitors are allowed on site for the visitation. Visitors can meet with their loved one for 30 minutes. We ask that all visitors come wearing their own mask. Masks must be worn at all times throughout the duration of the visit. All visitors will be required to sign in with a staff member where they will have their temperature taken, sign an attestation form, and sign a form indicating that you understand the rules. Please review the full list of rules and regulations on the Sign Up page.

Interim Guidance for Skilled Nursing Facilities COVID-19

The Pennsylvania Department of Health issued a 12 page document called "Interim Guidance for Skilled Nursing Facilities During COVID-19." This document also contains reopening guidance that occurs in a 3 step process. This starts on Section 6 of the document. Please note that we are also following CMS and CDC relevant guidelines.

Neshaminy Manor Reopening Plan Document
Update as of 09/17/20
A Message from Neshaminy Manor 

Just a reminder that Neshaminy Manor is in the Step 3 of the Reopening process. We are using the All Purpose/Chapel Room for indoor visitation as this is considered a neutral zone. The indoor visitation allows residents and visitors to not be exposed to the changing weather conditions.

We did start this on Monday, and have made some improvements to the visitation environment since then. Specifically adding some screening to address privacy.  When you enter the building your will be asked to have your temperature taken and sign an attestation form regarding symptoms.  Once that is complete you will enter the Chapel area of the All Purpose Room where visiting tables are set up.  You will be asked to sign that you understand the Rules of Visitation.  All tables, chairs and any equipment used for the visit will be thoroughly sanitized in between each visit.

Now that we have been able to expand our visitation we will be offering Just Talk/Facetime/Zoom visits on Monday and Friday ONLY and these sessions will only be 5 minutes in length.

Please see the SignUpGenius splash page as we added some of the specifics for the visitation so you know what to expect.

Thank you to all that are visiting. It means a lot to our residents!

  • Number of confirmed in-house resident positive cases of Covid-19: 109
  • Patients recovered:109
  • Staff testing positive: 70 of which all 70 have recovered. Zero staff members are currently being followed by the Health Department
  • To date we are sad to report that 51 residents testing positive for Covid-19 have died. That number is not included in the above totals.  
  • Of the COVID-positive residents reported above six (6) had already RECOVERED from the virus at the time of their passing
  • There are zero (0) staff and/or residents exhibiting signs/symptoms of respiratory issues in the past 72 hours.
  • Neshaminy Manor is continuing to conduct additional weekly testing of negative residents per the Department of Health Guidance.

Update:

If you are interested in video chatting please email your loved ones unit and we will get back to you with instructions on setting it up.

A0 email: UnitA0nmh@gmail.com

D1 email: UnitD1nmh@gmail.com

A1 email: UnitA1nmh@gmail.com

A2 email: UnitA2nmh@gmail.com

C1 email: UnitC1nmh@gmail.com

C2 email: UnitC2nmh@gmail.com

Please know that we are doing everything we can to limit the spread of Covid-19 within our facility by:

1. Monitoring all employees and healthcare personnel for symptoms of respiratory illness every day prior to starting their shift;
2. Use of personal protective equipment (PPE) (e.g., wearing masks, face shields, eye protection, gowns, gloves)
3. Monitoring for respiratory symptoms and illness in our residents every day.
4. Implementing enhanced cleaning schedules.
5. Developed a cohorting plan of residents according to CDC recommendations in collaboration with the Bucks Count Health Department.
6. In order to keep everyone safe and healthy, we have been instructed to make some room changes to allow us to have a designated unit for residents who test positive for Covid-19. You will be notified if this will affect your loved one.

Neshaminy Manor continues to take aggressive measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, including taking temperatures and monitoring for symptoms three times per day; requiring staff to wear protective items including masks, face shields, eyewear, gowns and gloves; performing enhanced cleaning; and reviewing all new federal guidelines pertaining to this constantly changing pandemic.  

Effective 03/10/20, Neshaminy Manor is closed to all visitors due to the COVID-19 virus. Visitors will be permitted on an approved individual basis for end of life. Thank you for your understanding.

Neshaminy

The Bucks County Board of Commissioners officially opened this "State of the Art" Long Term Care Nursing Home April 30, 2000.

Neshaminy Manor Images
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Lobby Area


Lobby Seating


Resident Room


Outside Commons Area


Therapy Room


Resident Commons Area

Neshaminy Manor is a non-profit nursing home funded in part by the taxpayers of Bucks County, and the Federal and State governments. The 360 bed sub-acute/skilled care facility providing short term and long term care is located south of Almshouse Road on Route 611 (Easton Road) in Warrington (Doylestown Township), in the heart of scenic Bucks County Pennsylvania.

Neshaminy Manor operates under the regulations of the Long Term Care Division of the Pennsylvania Department of Health. Many individuals of our nursing staff hold certification specifically in the field of Geriatric Nursing.  Neshaminy Manor provides ongoing education and coordinated training for continuous improvement of clinical skills.

Neshaminy Manor accepts most insurances, private-pay, Medicare and medical assistance eligible residents upon certification that nursing care is appropriate. The facility provides continuous physical, emotional and spiritual support for its residents. All current laws, rules, and regulations governing operations are strictly adhered to, while providing and protecting the health, welfare and safety of each individual resident.

For more information on events and activities scheduled at Neshaminy Manor, please see the Recreation Department News Page.

Credit Card Payments
Neshaminy Manor is pleased to inform you we are now accepting credit card payments* 


Mastercard and Discover Only
(at this time)
You may also make a payment by ACH or e-check**

Payments Now Accepted Online
*2.75 % Service Fee for all Credit Card Payments (minimum of $1.00) ** $1.50 Service Fee for all e-check/ACH Transactions

For additional information:
(Admissions policies and requirements, or to schedule a tour of this facility)
Admissions Coordinator: 215-345-3220

For employment opportunities:
Contact the Department of Human Resources: 215-345-3216

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Neshaminy Manor 
1660 Easton Road 
Warrington, PA. 18976 
Phone: 215-345-3205 
Marjorie Ziegler, RN, BSN, NHA, Administrator