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About Us

The Gardens at Easton for Nursing and Rehabilitation is a 181-bed nursing home in Easton, Pennsylvania conveniently near Easton Hospital and Lehigh Valley Hospital Muhlenberg. The center offers short-term rehabilitation, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy. The Gardens at Easton also offers long-term care, including wound care and dementia care. Resident amenities include an arcade, spiritual room, music room, patient-operated store and outdoor gardens.

Services

Our Amenities

  • Arcade
  • Spiritual Room
  • Music Room
  • Patient Store
  • Outdoor Gardens

Clinical Capabilities

  • Short-Term Rehabilitation
  • Long-Term Care
  • IV Therapy
  • Wound care
    • Certified Wound Care Specialist In-house
    • Certified Wound Care Nurse Practitioner Rounds
  • Trach Management & Care
  • Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy
  • Dementia Care
  • Chest Tubes
  • ACP Therapy Equipment in a Full ADL Suite Equipped Gym

  • BCNEPA Medicare
  • BCNEPA/First Priority HMO/PPO
  • Blue Cross Out Of State All
  • Capital Blue Cross Commercial HMO/PPO
  • Capital Blue Cross Medicare
  • Gateway Managed MA
  • Gateway Medicare Replacement
  • Geisinger
  • Geisinger Family Managed MA
  • Health America Commercial HMO/PPO
  • Health Plan
  • Highmark Commerical HMO/PPO
  • Highmark Freedom Blue
  • Highmark Security Blue
  • Horizon BCBS Of NJ
  • Humana
  • Keystone Health Plan East/IBX
  • Keystone Health Plan West
  • Medicaid
  • Medicaid Pending
  • Medicare
  • United Health Care Community Plan
  • United Healthcare Ameri-Choice
  • United Healthcare Commercial HMO/PPO
  • United Healthcare Medicare
  • UPMC Commercial HMO/PPO
  • UPMC For Life Medicare
  • UPMC For You MA
  • Vibra Health Plan

Testimonials

I feel happy here. I enjoy bingo and parties. I have a good relationship with the Nursing staff.

Charmaine Best

The staff are all nice, they listen to my problems. I met my girlfriend here, and they have good entertainment.

Bob Cronce

Therapy is more than just therapy. They get involved. Activities staff are all good. The staff here genuinely care.

William Allen

News


Success Story: Donald

Success Story: Eileen

The Gardens at Easton Continues Six-Year Streak of Excellent Survey Results by Dept. of Public Health

Success Story: Susan

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3 weeks ago

The Gardens at Easton

Staff and visitors were invited to bring their dogs in for the Doggy Fashion Show at The Gardens at Easton, complete with a runway and judging stage.

Our panel of resident judges had the best seat in the house to view all the beautiful dogs in their fancy attire. They all came dressed to impress. Immediately following the show, the residents had an opportunity to love on all the dogs and boy did they enjoy it!

Each dog went home with a goody bag filled with tasty treats and a small trophy. Everyone who participated and attended were thrilled and greatly anticipate our upcoming Spring Fling with Paws on the Patio event.Staff and visitors were invited to bring their dogs in for the Doggy Fashion Show at The Gardens at Easton, complete with a runway and judging stage. Our panel of resident judges had the best seat in the house to view all the beautiful dogs in their fancy attire. They all came dressed to impress. Immediately following the show, the residents had an opportunity to love on all the dogs and boy did they enjoy it! Each dog went home with a goody bag filled with tasty treats and a small trophy. Everyone who participated and attended were thrilled and greatly anticipate our upcoming Spring Fling with Paws on the Patio event.
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Independence, one step at a time...

Donald Teeter came to The Gardens at Easton following a recent hospitalization; showing significant de-conditioning and a decrease in:

- Overall leg strength resulting in limitations to my functional mobility
- Getting in/out of bed and standing up from a bed/chair, now needing 75%-100% assist
- Ability to walk; only able to walk 75 feet with 75% assist versus 300 feet without assist
- Ability to maintain my balance with mobility and was a high fall risk

Working with Donald, our therapy teams developed an comprehensive recovery plan and workable timeline – our goal was to help Donald regain his strength and return to independence with walking.In a little over a month of intensive skilled therapy, Donald was able to:

- INDEPENDENTLY get in/out of bed and stand up from both a bed and chair
- INDEPENDENTLY walk over 500 feet with a rolling walker, which is even farther than when I first came to The Gardens of Easton!
- Perform mobility at a low to no fall risk

Donald demonstrated hard work, determination, perseverance, and commitment daily to achieve his goals. With strong staff and therapy support, Donald has reached his therapy goals.

Donald has always brought laughs and smiles with his one of a kind personality, and the therapy team is excited to congratulate him for all his success!

#TherapyGrad #Easton
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Independence, one step at a time...

Donald Teeter came to The Gardens at Easton following a recent hospitalization; showing significant de-conditioning and a decrease in: 

- Overall leg strength resulting in limitations to my functional mobility 
- Getting in/out of bed and standing up from a bed/chair, now needing 75%-100% assist
- Ability to walk; only able to walk 75 feet with 75% assist versus 300 feet without assist 
- Ability to maintain my balance with mobility and was a high fall risk

Working with Donald, our therapy teams developed an comprehensive recovery plan and workable timeline – our goal was to help Donald regain his strength and return to independence with walking.In a little over a month of intensive skilled therapy, Donald was able to:

- INDEPENDENTLY get in/out of bed and stand up from both a bed and chair
- INDEPENDENTLY walk over 500 feet with a rolling walker, which is even farther than when I first came to The Gardens of Easton!
- Perform mobility at a low to no fall risk

Donald demonstrated hard work, determination, perseverance, and commitment daily to achieve his goals. With strong staff and therapy support, Donald has reached his therapy goals. 

Donald has always brought laughs and smiles with his one of a kind personality, and the therapy team is excited to congratulate him for all his success!

#TherapyGrad #Easton

 

Comment on Facebook

Hey Donald, Congratulations buddy!!!!

My man teet!

Loved the Therapy Team during my stay.

Awesome job Donald way to go

Love him so much!

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4 weeks ago

The Gardens at Easton

Residents, staff and family joined Nancy Messina Todaro in celebrating her 100th birthday at The Gardens at Easton!Residents, staff and family joined Nancy Messina Todaro in celebrating her 100th birthday at The Gardens at Easton! ... See MoreSee Less

ITS A BABY SHOWER!

Our Social Service Director, AnaKaren Cotto and her loving husband are anxiously awaiting the arrival of their baby boy “Milo”. Milo will make child number 2 for the happy couple. All of her coworkers came together to surprise her with a beautiful baby shower. So many beautiful gifts and the food was delicious. We are all pretty excited and anxious to meet Milo!
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ITS A BABY SHOWER!

Our Social Service Director, AnaKaren Cotto and her loving husband are anxiously awaiting the arrival of their baby boy “Milo”. Milo will make child number 2 for the happy couple. All of her coworkers came together to surprise her with a beautiful baby shower. So many beautiful gifts and the food was delicious. We are all pretty excited and anxious to meet Milo!Image attachmentImage attachment

1 month ago

The Gardens at Easton

The Residents, Staff, and Visitors celebrated Valentine’s Day with live entertainment, Valentine Sundaes, Crowning of King and Queen, Kissing Booth, Candy Grams and even a Cupid. It truly was a fun filled day for all who participated.

It gives us great please to announce that our Valentine King is Marcus Moore and our Valentine Queen is Jana Lampeter. Winners were chosen by staff, peers and visitors. There was a Kissing Booth on hand for folks to purchase a “kiss” candy for .25 each, then the booth was used as a photo prop for some of our couples.

Everyone was given the opportunity to secretly purchase a “candy gram” for someone. All Candy Grams were hand delivered by “Cupid” on Valentine’s Day. Love was definitely in the air.The Residents, Staff, and Visitors celebrated Valentine’s Day with live entertainment, Valentine Sundaes, Crowning of King and Queen, Kissing Booth, Candy Grams and even a Cupid. It truly was a fun filled day for all who participated. It gives us great please to announce that our Valentine King is Marcus Moore and our Valentine Queen is Jana Lampeter. Winners were chosen by staff, peers and visitors. There was a Kissing Booth on hand for folks to purchase a “kiss” candy for .25 each, then the booth was used as a photo prop for some of our couples. Everyone was given the opportunity to secretly purchase a “candy gram” for someone. All Candy Grams were hand delivered by “Cupid” on Valentine’s Day. Love was definitely in the air.
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Good job Cindy and your crew making people happy

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Facility Contact
Phone:
610.258.2985
Fax:
610.258.5860
Address:
498 Washington Street Easton, PA 18042