There are some fantastic healthcare providers in Morris County.
Not too long ago, I had occasion to visit the Franciscan Oaks Skilled Nursing and Short Term Rehab Center located at 19 Pocono Road in Denville NJ.
In fact, Franciscan Oaks in located next door to Saint Clare’s Hospital in Denville, northern New Jersey’s premier provider of community-based healthcare and across the street are more than 50 physicians.
Just a stones throw from Denville NJ is Dover NJ, home to the magnificent Regency Grande Post-acute Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center!
I’ve had the privilege of visiting Regency Grande on many an occasion!
What a gorgeous rehab and nursing center!
Regency Grande is located in the historic town of Dover, in New Jersey’s Morris County. Founded in 1722, the picturesque community is actually nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, although it is just 35 miles from Manhattan and approximately the same distance from the Delaware River and the Pennsylvania border. Once a landmark hotel, today the six-story facility has evolved into a wonderful showcase of Regency’s commitment to total patient-centered care and comfortable, home-like living.
Regency Grande’s team of experienced caregivers and support staff provides a variety of long- and short-term healthcare services designed to meet the widely varying and changing needs of our residents and patients, including the elderly, those suffering from prolonged illnesses or disabilities, as well as short-term rehabilitation candidates. Services at the 155-bed facility range from 24-hour skilled nursing to sub-acute care and assistance with basic requirements of daily living in Regency Grande’s gracious assisted living accommodations.
Residents and families alike enjoy the friendly environment, comfortable, cheery rooms, sumptuous dining with choice of meals, beautifully appointed living, dining and recreation areas, as well as a stimulating schedule of activities and entertainment.
Regency Grande is very much a part of the Dover town landscape that, for the past several years, has been undergoing a business and cultural renaissance. Families and residents can step out of our front door and shop for antiques, ride in a paddle boat, visit dozens of boutiques, go to a country-style auction, attend a summer concert, or dine at one of the town’s many fine restaurants.
Easily reached by public bus or rail transportation, or via automobile from major roadways Routes 80, 46 and 10, Regency Grande has emerged as a “grand example” of Regency living!
For more information and to schedule a tour, please contact Carla Holton at 973-361-5200.