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Neshaminy Manor Long Term Care Facility

 Admission's Application - Notice of Privacy Practices - Recreation Department News - Credit Card Payments

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: In the spirit of federal transparency guidelines issued recently, Neshaminy Manor will issue  weekly updates as needed on residents and staff affected by COVID-19.

While Neshaminy Manor has re-opened to the public, please note that all visitors must wear a mask and remain socially distant from others. Please do not enter the building if you are feeling ill in any way. While the building has reopened we are still limiting the amount of volunteers and ask  that only 2 people visit a resident at a time to allow for necessary distancing inside the rooms. 

Interim Guidance for Skilled Nursing Facilities COVID-19

The Pennsylvania Department of Health issued a 12 page document called "Interim Guidance for Skilled Nursing Facilities During COVID-19." This document also contains reopening guidance that occurs in a 3 step process. This starts on Section 6 of the document. Please note that we are also following CMS and CDC relevant guidelines.

Neshaminy Manor Reopening Plan Document

COVID-19 Updates 
NOVEMBER 2020 - MARCH 2021:
43  Number of residents inhouse who have tested positive for Covid-19.
43 Number of inhouse residents who have recovered from Covid-19.  
48 Number of staff who have tested positive for Covid-19 
48 Number of staff who have recovered from Covid-19 
0 Number of staff being followed by the Bucks County Health Department 


Staff that have had respiratory symptoms within 72 hours and are being followed.
88 We are sad to report this TOTAL number of residents testing positive for Covid-19, that have died (number(s) not included in the totals above and cumulative since March 2020).
23 Of the COVID-positive residents reported above, had already RECOVERED from the virus at the time of their passing (cumulative since March 2020). 
100  Total Number of residents who have tested positive during the Spring Outbreak and that recovered from Covid-19. 
70  Number of staff who tested positive and have recovered from Covid-19 between March and July 2020
Please know that we are doing everything we can to limit the spread of Covid-19 within our facility by:

1. Testing of Residents and Staff completed according to CDC guidance.
2. Monitoring all employees and healthcare personnel for symptoms of respiratory illness every day prior to starting their shift;
3. Use of personal protective equipment (PPE) (e.g., wearing masks, face shields, eye protection, gowns, gloves)
4. Monitoring for respiratory symptoms and illness in our residents every day.
5. Implementing enhanced cleaning schedules.
6. Developed a cohorting plan of residents according to CDC recommendations in collaboration with the Bucks County Health Department.
7. In order to keep everyone safe and healthy, we have been instructed to make some room changes to allow us to have a designated unit for residents who test positive for Covid-19. You will be notified if this will affect your loved one.

Neshaminy Manor continues to take aggressive measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, including taking temperatures and monitoring for symptoms three times per day; requiring staff to wear protective items including masks, face shields, eyewear, gowns and gloves; performing enhanced cleaning; and reviewing all new federal guidelines pertaining to this constantly changing pandemic.   


The Bucks County Board of Commissioners officially opened this "State of the Art" Long Term Care Nursing Home April 30, 2000.

Neshaminy Manor Images
(click to enlarge photographs)

Lobby Area

Lobby Seating

Resident Room

Outside Commons Area

Therapy Room

Resident Commons Area

Neshaminy Manor is a non-profit nursing home funded in part by the taxpayers of Bucks County, and the Federal and State governments. The 360 bed sub-acute/skilled care facility providing short term and long term care is located south of Almshouse Road on Route 611 (Easton Road) in Warrington (Doylestown Township), in the heart of scenic Bucks County Pennsylvania.

Neshaminy Manor operates under the regulations of the Long Term Care Division of the Pennsylvania Department of Health. Many individuals of our nursing staff hold certification specifically in the field of Geriatric Nursing.  Neshaminy Manor provides ongoing education and coordinated training for continuous improvement of clinical skills.

Neshaminy Manor accepts most insurances, private-pay, Medicare and medical assistance eligible residents upon certification that nursing care is appropriate. The facility provides continuous physical, emotional and spiritual support for its residents. All current laws, rules, and regulations governing operations are strictly adhered to, while providing and protecting the health, welfare and safety of each individual resident.

For more information on events and activities scheduled at Neshaminy Manor, please see the Recreation Department News Page.

Credit Card Payments
Neshaminy Manor is pleased to inform you we are now accepting credit card payments* 

Mastercard and Discover Only
(at this time)
You may also make a payment by ACH or e-check**

Payments Now Accepted Online
*2.75 % Service Fee for all Credit Card Payments (minimum of $1.00) ** $1.50 Service Fee for all e-check/ACH Transactions

For additional information:
(Admissions policies and requirements, or to schedule a tour of this facility)
Admissions Coordinator: 215-345-3220

For employment opportunities:
Contact the Department of Human Resources: 215-345-3216

Download an admissions application
(Requires Adobe Acrobat )

 Download Notice of Privacy Practices

Neshaminy Manor 
1660 Easton Road 
Warrington, PA. 18976 
Phone: 215-345-3205 
Marjorie Ziegler, RN, BSN, NHA, Administrator