Bradford County Manor recently completed the Pennsylvania Department of Health annual survey with a nearly perfect score. This ranks the Manor in the upper echelon of all facilities in the country. The hard work and dedication of the entire team demonstrates the high standards and quality of care offered to the residents of Bradford County. Providing premier, post acute care in the healthcare community gives families confidence that Bradford County Manor is “bridging the gap” between hospital and home.
The Bradford County Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center subscribes to a Non-Discrimination Policy. We are a non-profit organization.
Our recreational therapy staff offers a diverse and interactive activity program that encourages healthy living and social interaction.
- Therapuetic Music Programs
- Beautician/Barber Services
Community Life at Bradford County Manor
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Bradford County Manor is proud to have a very active PEER Group. This program offers residents an opportunity to participate in special training to become a resident advocate and have a positive impact on their community.
Bradford County Manor
Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
15900 Route 6
Troy, PA 16947
Bradford County Manor is the top facility in Bradford County in 2015 according to CMS
On the Medicare.gov website, which is the Official US Government Site for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Bradford County Manor located on Route 6 just West of Burlington received a 4 out of 5 star rating overall and 5 out of 5 stars for Quality Measures. The 4 stars overall received by the Bradford County Manor give them the highest ranking in the 5 nearby counties. (3 in Pennsylvania and 2 in New York)
Bradford County Manor is owned by Bradford County and managed by Complete Health Care Resources-Eastern, Inc. The facility Administrator, Jim Shadduck and Director of Nursing, Connie Taylor have been in their roles for 7 years and the facility has many long term employees, which contributes to the quality. Per Jim Shadduck, “this is really an award that goes to every staff member, every department and every volunteer that contributes to our high standards of customer service”.
Bradford County Manor was also recognized as a “Best Practice” facility for their ongoing ability to be restraint free and be significantly under the average for residents on psychotropic medications.
The CMS rating system was developed by the Centers for Medicare Services to provide the public with a system to evaluate the quality between Skilled Nursing facilities. Those looking to place a resident or view the CMS rating may visit the Medicare website at Medicare.gov (the official US Government site for Medicare).
Bradford County Manor Helps Children
The Peer Group at Bradford County Manor was proud to get involved with Operation Christmas Child boxes. The Group had set and accomplished a goal of 10 boxes. Amanda Storrs, Assistant RT Director at the Manor states that this is the first time trying this here at the Manor and calls the project a success. She feels that this will be a project for next year if the PEER group wants to do this. Donations were received by staff, residents and their families. This was a wonderful project the Peer Group ( Pennsylvania Empowered Expert Residents) decided to do this year, residents enjoyed making the shoeboxes and giving to those children that are in great need. Shoe boxes were donated to the Fellowship Bible Church in Troy where they will be shipped to different countries.
Chris McDuffee ~CDM, CFPP was recently featured in the Certified Dietary Managers Magazine for implementing mobile hand sanitizers to reduce illness with our residents. Chris is currently the Food Service Director at the Bradford County Manor and was recognized as the Certified Dietary Manager (CDM) of the month. Chris has been in his current position for more than 32 years and is responsible for the administration of the Dining and Nutrition Services.
He oversees all phases of food purchases, fiscal projections, budgeting, menu planning, staffing and service to the residents.
Chris felt it was important to become a CDM due to his interest in keeping current in the field of Foodservice and Nutrition. Chris was one of the first to provide formed pureed foods and plans to implement new innovations and ideas in the coming years. Congratulations on your well deserved recognition.
Congratulations Chris McDuffee!
Bradford County Manor and Stepping Stones Rehabilitation recently held their annual Rehab Reunion. Invites were sent to recent rehab graduates that were in our rehab program. Everyone enjoyed lunch grilled out in our pavilion along with cake and ice cream. Attendees played “Trivia” to win giveaways. Pictured are rehab graduates and their families, Stepping Stones rehab staff along with Rehab Director ~ Holly Champluvier, Marketing Director ~ Diane Sindoni and Social worker ~ Katina Sites.
Thank You Bradford County Manor Staff
Bradford County Manor believes that it takes every person in our building to come together to provide quality care and customer service. We would like to take a moment to thank all of our employees for their hard work and dedication. We thank you and appreciate your commitment to our facility and our residents. Our employees never hesitate to go the extra mile to ensure through all times that our residents get the quality care they require and deserve.
Your never-ending dedication is a true sign of your commitment to our building. We thank you, respect you and appreciate the sacrifices you make every day.
On Wednesday December 6th, 2017 Bradford County Manor was presented with the award of Business of the Year from the Troy Chamber of Commerce. This award was given to our Facility in Recognition for our Commitment to our Community. Thank you to all of our staff for your endless dedication to contribute to our community and give back through many aspects. Our motivation to pay it forward shines through with this wonderful award. Thank you to all of you on our team that made this possible.
Recently Bradford County Manor staff held fundraisers to raise money for the local Cancer Center at Guthrie Clinic. The sale of Breast Cancer T-shirts and a bake sale let the Manor raise over $400.00 to donate to the center. The Manor takes pride in giving back to our community and those in need and it was a privilege to be able to donate the money. This donation will be used to be helping sponsor the annual Survivors Day Celebration and patients who have been affected by any cancer.
Pictured left to right are Chuck Crusha, BSN, RN, Nurse Manager Medical Oncology/Infusion Center, Heather Burgess, RN, Clinical Team Leader, Emily Scrivener, Medical Social Worker at the Caner Center and Diane Sindoni, BDS, Marketing Director for Bradford County Manor
Bradford County Manor Donates to Local Cancer Center
Bradford County Manor Receives Community