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Laurels of Goshen
For individuals who are in need of long-term care and short-term sub-acute rehabilitative services, we offer high quality care in a state-of-the-art facility with modern-living amenities and hospitality.
Laurels of Goshen includes four 12-bed houses -- Strawberry Fields, Blueberry Hill, Green Gables and Penny Lane -- constructed under the “Green House Project” in 2017. Each house includes common living spaces and individualized delivery of care and services, which include long-term care, rehab/therapy and memory care.
We’re All About You, and we’re here to provide personalized care from highly qualified, professional and compassionate staff with focused attention and innovative best practices.
We're All About Making You Feel At Home.
We believe that from the moment you walk in to the facility, we have a responsibility to offer you the best. Be it services or experts, we endeavor to make you smile with satisfaction.
- Professional care that feels personal
- Pristine home like living environments
- Healthy meals that actually taste great
- Compassionate caregivers
We're All About Offering The Best Career Opportunities!
We’re all about making Ciena the best place to work in the healthcare industry. We offer unrivaled benefits that provide for employees' physical and emotional needs. We always strive to create an environment of respect, compassion, and belonging for everyone. If you are committed to providing the highest level of care and services to our guests and community, your next opportunity is just a click away.
- Health & Wellness
- Worklife Balance
- Career Advancement
- Educational Opportunities
- Employee Perks
- Additional Benefits
Testimonials and Google Reviews
It's All About What Our Guests & Employees Think About Us
The Laurels of Goshen took excellent care of my husband while he was there. They became part of our family. I would highly recommend them!!!
We are working on a transfer from another facility. The gal returned my call on a Saturday... So impressed by that simple fact....unheard of these day.
They took very good care of my husband after a massive stroke. All the nurses there are great! He literally received better care at the laurels then he did at Lutheran hospital. Keep up the good work!
What a wonderful concept it’s just like being at home but all your friends are there. The setting and friendly staff and everyone’s general feeling of being at home makes it a very cozy welcoming place to be.
Very spacious common areas with a homey atmosphere. It's nice that everyone has a private room and bath. Clean and no nursing home smells. Friendly staff.
We decided on Green House Village because of the unique setting. We visited before we made our decision and were very impressed with the friendliness of the staff and management. Our mother has been here for over a week now and nothing has disappointed us. We are very impressed with this facility an... Read More
Very nice rehab facility.
I love the concept and atmosphere of Blue Diamond Communities
Very nice place. Hope my mother-in-law decides to go there.
I think a beautiful place to live at
My father was only at this facility for a week. But during that week, the staff treated him with respect and was very helpful to us the family. Our family like the home feel of the facility and how the all the residents in a home ate together at one big table.
Laurels of Goshen offers a full spectrum of post-hospital services, from a short-term rehabilitation stay to long-term nursing care.
Nursing & Rehabilitation
- Bariatric Care
- Dialysis Transportation
- Hospice Care
- Long-Term Care
- Memory Care Program
- Occupational Therapy
- Outpatient Therapy
- Palliative Care
- Person-Centered, Functional Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Post-Assisted Living Care
- Post-Surgical Program
- Respite Care
- Restorative Nursing - ADL Care
- Short-Term Nursing & Rehabilitation
- Speech Therapy / Speech Language Pathology
- Wound Management
- Licensed Administrator
- Director of Nursing
- Director, Admissions and Marketing
- Physician Medical Director
- Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses
- Certified Nursing Assistants
- Rehabilitation Coordinator
- Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists
- Dietary Manager
- Therapeutic Recreation Director
- Wound Care Team
- Licensed Social Worker
- Registered Dietitian
- Dental, Vision and Podiatry Services
- Family-style Dining
- Comfortable Guest Rooms
- Beauty and Barbershop
- Wheelchair Accessible Bus
- Cable/Satellite Television Hookups
- Recreational Opportunities
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
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American Health Care Association Action Center
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