Rose City

Nursing and Rehabilitation
at Lancaster

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Rose City

Rose City Nursing & Rehabilitation at Lancaster is a 124 bed nursing home located in historic Downtown Lancaster and conveniently situated just one block from Lancaster General Hospital.

Rose City’s experienced clinical and therapy teams provide individualized long and short-term skilled nursing and rehabilitation care in a comfortable environment. Our dedicated caregivers utilize their training and experience to enrich the lives of all who come through our doors.

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Quick Recovery

Our priority is to help your loved one return home quickly after recovering from illness or injury.

Our Amenities

Clinical Capabilities

Short-Term Rehabilitation
Long-Term Care
Physical Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Speech Therapy
Respite Care
IV Antibiotic Therapy
Pain Management
Palliative Care
Hospice Care
Wound Care/Therapy
Post-Surgical Care
Trach Care
Eternal Care

Accepted Insurances

Medicaid Pending

Nursing & Rehab Careers

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Rehab here is good. Everyone on the rehab staff was kind and sociable, which made it fun while getting better. The therapists listen to how I am feeling and work with me to reach my goals. They are good group of people.

Mary KlingerResident

I like the rehab here at Rose City. My therapist listens to me and what goals I want to achieve and my care is centered around me and my goals. The therapists are friendly and funny and we have a great time during my sessions.

Denise CostelloResident

I have a lot of pain in my knees and it was hard and painful to walk. The group in rehab made it fun and helped me get up and walk every day. I am happy to be able to walk. They are a great group of therapists.

Pam LairdResident

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Are you considering rehab or nursing home care for yourself or a loved one?
Call us today at 717-397-4281 to arrange a personal tour.

Local students supporting and encouraging our residents during this time!

Local students at home are sending pictures, cards, and letters of encouragement!

Please if you are feeling down or bored, take 10 minutes to be thankful you are safe at home with your family and write a quick note or picture for our residents, there are many residents in nursing facilities everywhere that have no family. Just 10 minutes of your time can give 24 hours or more of sunshine ☀️ and love ❤️ to someone on these dark days.
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"These are my everyday heroes at Rose City Nursing. This staff comes in everyday, scared and worried, but they show up to take care of our residents and each other. Thank you for your commitment. I am proud to be the administrator of this team of every day heroes. I am grateful for your services."

-Tasha Lehman, Administrator
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Although this is a tough time, we have an amazing Activities department and Staff who continue to ensure our residents have their daily activity and a lot of fun playing noodle hockey 😊
#rosecity #skillednursing #activities #noodlehockey #nursingandrehab
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We are so grateful for the love and support you have shown for our residents, staff, and facility during this time. We are continuing to keep the safety and well-being of your loved ones in the forefront day in and day out. The overwhelming amount of love you all have shown through our Facebook posts help us get through each and every day.

During this time of uncertainty, please consider sharing your experience with our facility by posting a review on our Google Business Page. These are strange times, and sharing your experience will hopefully help another family who is going through this feel at ease.

Again, Thank you for being so understanding and patient during these times, we couldn’t do this without your cooperation!
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A Salute to our Staff during this time.
We are so appreciative of your dedication, hard work, and selflessness at this time. Not all heroes wear capes. 🦸‍♀️🦸‍♂️
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