Old Orchard Health Care Center

Old Orchard Health Care Center

Located on Freemansburg Avenue in Easton, PA, Old Orchard Health Care Center 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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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
0.66
0.82
0.89
LPN/LVN Hours Per Resident Per Day
0.68
0.87
0.85
Nurse Aide Hours Per Resident Per Day
1.8
2.1
2.5
Physical Therapist Hours Per Resident Per Day
0.090
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
Average rating from 5 reviews:
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    My 89-year-old mother was admitted into Old Orchard as a hospice patient on January 8, and she died there on January 11. We are so thankful to the caring staff at Old Orchard, who took such good care of my mother. The rooms were spacious and clean, and everyone who dealt with my mother treated her with kindness and respect. A special shout out to Pascal, an RN who was so professional and upbeat. The staff and the facility made a very difficult and sad situation more bearable. Thank you!
    Judy Smestad-Nunn · a month ago
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    I would give Old Orchard no stars but that is not an option. My mother waited 12 hour for a cup of water. Medications are not delivered on time. They lack caring and compassion. The director of physical therapy is cold and heartless. Due to the inability to deliver medications on time it leaves patients weak and unable to receive the physical therapy they need. Rooms are dirty. Today when I arrived there was water spilled on the floor right by the bed. That is a broken hip waiting to happen. The bathroom was not cleaned, soiled bed not changed, garbage not removed and food trays not picked up. They are slow to give answers but quick to take money. They hide behind policy and really pay no regard to the patient. I would not recommend this location. Please see all of the reviews before making a decision on a loved ones care. It is very clear that it is a terrible facility.
    Rebecca Ciraco · 9 months ago
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    Barbara A, the receptionist is always very friendly when you enter the building. She alwa.ys makes a point to speak to visitors and patients
    Barbara Price · 5 months ago
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    I was really hoping that the previous reviews were exaggerated, however that is not the case. They are very accurate and please don’t send your loved ones here. The staff has absolutely no idea what each other is doing due to there is absolutely no communication. We were provided incorrect information multiple times and it caused a large delay in my grandmothers care. Nobody responds phone calls, and when you do get to speak to someone their favorite phrase is “oh, I don’t deal with that, but I’ll try and find someone who can help.” Someone will reply to negative reviews informing you to call them, you can explain the situation until you’re blue in the face but it won’t do anything. They advised me that the “administrator” would be calling me back to address my concerns. The social worker, who is one of the big problems, is the one that will eventually call you back (if you’re “lucky”). I have been around rehab/nursing homes all of my life, and this is by far the worst experience I have had. They had my grandmothers pills incorrect even though we confirmed 3 times what she was supposed to be on. Due to them screwing up her pills she was unable to perform at rehab and they discontinued her care. Once they had the right pills, we noticed an instant change in her, but it was too late, according to insurance. There was a patient that was trying to get out and the lady at the desk was more concerned about sitting there eating cake. She said “I can’t open the door for anyone until someone comes and gets her, I placed the call a long time ago but nobody has come to help.” We were unable to leave the facility from visiting because they were unable to take care of an elderly lady. One of the guests was the one who actually had to talk to the patient and distract her long enough for everyone to be able to be left out. My grandmother could not wait to be moved to another facility, but even that process was screwed up. We were told her transport was 1:00 so at 1:30 we asked what was happening. Her nurse said she was told 2:00 so that’s why she didn’t get her ready yet. We have heard the workers hanging out in the hallway talking about personal things outside of work, while we waited for over 20 minutes for someone to come assist my grandmother to the bathroom. The nurses are walking around singing some garbage and have never made any attempt to communicate with us when we would visit (everyday). The only person that showed us ANY genuine concern whatsoever was the one who helped us with the Medicaid information. It was difficult to get to in contact with her initially, however once I got her information from her we didn’t have any issues with Medicaid. My grandmother said that she did enjoy the food. I will never recommend this place to anyone and hope that my review helps others avoid a negative experience for their loved ones.
    Jason T · 10 months ago
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    Largest patient assignments with lowest pay scale anywhere in the area. Toxic company culture over decades of placing profit ahead of safety of patients and workforce. Injuries (both patient and employee) are common place, yet the company refuses to look inward. This is because they are 100% supported by medicare and medicaid, with little accountability to anyone except the top rung fat cats at the highest levels of corporate. Company greed takes advantage of the high rate of unemployment and lack of jobs. Exploitation of patient and employee at its finest level ever seen, due to lack of adequate staffing. Use of cellphones is uncontrolled and never discouraged by management, therefore call bells go unanswered. Revolving door atmosphere due to low pay and high level of care/stress required with nurses choosing between keeping one's license and collecting a paycheck. Doctor's orders are suspect and written as if patient assignments are hospital ratio 6-1 , when these assignments are regularly 30-1. Many nurses and aides are genuinely nice and caring workers with desire to provide quality care, but company greed sets up all employees to fail, as the workload and assignments are impossible to complete with even a small degree of adequacy. Sadly, even after entering receivership and then bankruptcy , DOJ fraud investigations and fines, with countless lawsuits and megamillions paid in damages, its just business as usual at Manorcare with patients used for inventory and profit, and employees treated as slaves. My hope is that the entire corporation closes for good, and patients are relocated to a respectable home.
    Brett White · a year ago