Cambridge Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center, a 200-bed Moorestown nursing facility, has completed Phase 1 of a multimillion-dollar modernization project, the center announced March 15. Officials did not immediately disclose a more specific cost of the renovations.
Kate Bauer, regional director of market development for Brick-based Marquis Health Consulting Services – which supports the facility with administrative and consulting services – said in a statement that the renovations provide residents with “an elegant, modern environment” while also accommodating the facility’s “progressive skilled nursing services.”
Located at 255 E. Main St. on a 14-acre campus, Cambridge Rehabilitation provides post-hospital care, short-term rehab and long-term residential care.
Upgrades to the Moorestown facility include:
“The updates pair a high level of functionality with hotel-like aesthetic touches, with the goal to support the health and wellness of the entire Cambridge family,” Bauer added.
In addition to the physical renovations, Cambridge Rehabilitation continues to enhance its programming, including pulmonary rehabilitation and cardiac care.
Bauer said plans for Phase 2 are well underway and will include a new welcome center and reception area, among other updates.
“It’s an exciting time at Cambridge,” Bauer said.
Cambridge Rehabilitation also houses Cambridge Enhanced Senior Living, a 63-bed assisted living offering featuring a memory care setting for patients in the earlier stages of dementia or Alzheimer’s.l