ManorCare Health Services - Carlisle

ManorCare Health Services - Carlisle

Located on Walnut Bottom Road in Carlisle, PA, ManorCare provides individualized post-hospital skilled nursing care in a comfortable environment. Our clinical and therapy teams are experienced in providing specialized care focused on your needs, interests and ability. This commitment results in a smoother and safer transition throughout your recuperation.

Quality of Care

Levels of Care

  • Independent Living
  • Assisted Living / Personal Care
  • Memory Care
  • Short Term / Respite Care
  • Skilled Nursing / Long Term Care
  • Adult Day Care
  • Rehab

Services Offered

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Medicare Ratings

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National Average
Overall
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Health Inspection
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Staffing
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Resident Care Quality Rating
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Staffing
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Total Number of Licensed Nurse Staff Hours Per Resident Per Day
3.1
3.8
4.1
RN Hours Per Resident Per Day
0.48
0.82
0.89
LPN/LVN Hours Per Resident Per Day
0.87
0.87
0.85
Nurse Aide Hours Per Resident Per Day
1.8
2.1
2.5
Physical Therapist Hours Per Resident Per Day
0.12
0.10
0.10
Quality of Resident Care
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Short-Stay Quality of Resident Care
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Long-Stay Quality of Resident Care
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Penalties
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Number of Fines
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1.3
1.4
Number of Payment Denials by Medicare
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1.2
1.1

Contracts & Pricing

Payment Options
Private Payment, Medicare, Medicaid

Plan Types

  1. Daily Rates

Residents with Fee for Service or Rental contracts generally pay the market rate for assisted living/personal care, memory care, and skilled nursing services. These may be in addition to independent living monthly fees if the resident does not permanently relinquish their independent living accommodations.

Nursing Care
Memory Care
Personal Care
Combined ShapeSemi-Private Room
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Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedroom
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Prices shown reflect minimum costs and may be out of date. Please contact the community directly for complete pricing details.

Living There

  1. Amenities
  2. Dining
    Housekeeping
    Laundry
Religious Services
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Types of Units

  • Private room
    Private Room
  • Combined Shape
    Semi-Private Room
  • Studio
  • One Bedroom Apt
  • Two Bedroom Apt
  • Cottage
    Cottage
  • Combined Shape
    Townhouse

About Company

For Profit/Nonprofit
Non profit
Parent Organization
ManorCare
License Status
Regular

Affiliated Communities

No affiliated communities found.

Reviews
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    I worked here for 6 years. I did leave on good terms and had great professional references from coworkers, including administration, for my new job - so I can assure you that I’m not writing this because I was wrongfully terminated or out of spite. We received a new administrator a few months prior to my departure who I genuinely believe has good intentions. Before her, and maybe a few times after she came, I had some pretty unpleasant experiences but I will leave my personal experiences out of it. I would mostly like to make mention of some of the concerns I have surrounding patient care. They withhold basic essentials such as personal cleansing cloths and only allow them to be administered to patients who are documented as having frequent incontinence episodes. I have heard with my own ears a nurse tell a patient that they can’t have wipes because they’re ‘able to use the bathroom’. I have also heard a registered nurse tell a patient who speaks very little English that she didn’t understand her and she couldn’t help her. The patient was in distress and obviously in need of help and I watched that nurse walk away! I could not believe it then and I can’t now. I reported it, but this nurse was still employed at the time that I quit. Washcloths were very hard to come by and so the aides were left to cut up towels into wash rags. Laundry department was subpar, they’d rather sit outside and smoke cigarettes all shift long. Physically combative patients were brought in and allowed to stay even after they assaulted other patients and workers. One violent person in particular was to be supervised round the clock and administration would sit with him, taking one hour ‘shifts’. As soon as he would move or want something, they would move out and call the CNAs in like security. I was spit on and grabbed by the throat in February of this year by that man and I am still receiving bills and credit agency threats that workmen’s comp was to take care of, and it’s September. The menu is not appetizing at all and I felt so guilty serving those people such terrible food. There’s not much to look forward to when you’re stuck in a hospital bed for weeks or months at a time, so the meals need to be better. Quit trying to cut corners! Stop being so cheap. One man had bed bugs and a nurse yelled down the hallway ‘Watch when you go into *****’s room because of the bed bugs, you know’. People would talk about patients’ sicknesses and diagnoses in public areas. It was a total nightmare. It’s sad that I had to leave because I made great relationships and the floor staff worked together pretty well. I do miss a lot of the people I worked with. I just could not handle being a part of such a negligent environment any longer, so I decided to find a different job. If you want to work there, that’s fine. Everyone has to make money. But if you are looking for a place for your loved one, I do not at all recommend Manor Care of Carlisle.
    taste of ashley · 5 months ago
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    I just got out of this rehab. I have first hand knowledge of there caring. Staff is great. Nurses work hard. They will go beyond to please u. If u need rehab this this is the place.place.ot staff is good. Put staff is great. There goal is to have u not come back. Feel like new.
    Deborah Brenizer · a year ago
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    As far as I'm concerned, they don't even deserve a star. My experience here involved my loved one going straight back to ICU for 5 days followed by a 35 day hospital stay. He was doing ok until he stayed there. Enough said.
    Penny Withey · a year ago
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    Manor care is a awesome facitity if you have to be there the staff is awesome the place is clean giving special thanks to ms kane and allie also sarah and kim and many more also the staff thats works in the therapy dept(we are very pleased from james & debbie brenizer
    Ronnie Geddie · a year ago
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    I had a sister who stayed here for a short time. She suffered with progressive MS which is the worst form of MS. She required a feeding tube, a ventilator and had to be moved several times a day. It was difficult for everyone. It was very emotional for patient, family and staff alike. There is a certain vulnerability the patient feels. The staff if good tries to miminalize the experience into acceptable levels so people can enjoy the time with their loved ones. I feel they did all they could with a difficult situation.The place could be hectic during visiting hours.The patients wanted to appear sometimes better than they were.I could see it was difficult for the staff as well as family. I witnessed staff doing all they could.The staff became like extended family.
    Sharon A · a year ago