Garden Manor History
Sam Boymel and his wife Rachel, Holocaust survivors, immigrated to the United States in 1949. Three children and eighteen years later, Sam and Rachel were able to fulfill their dream. They purchased a five-room home in 1967 where they began their dedicated service to the elderly within the community.
The original five-room home has evolved into what is now Garden Manor. The vision behind Garden Manor was to create a distinct and unique senior community built upon the principles of wellness, independence and respect. Garden Manor Retirement Village is a blended, continuing care retirement community offering something for everyone. Middletown Terrace presents a tailored and supportive environment, with spacious Independent and Assisted Living apartments. Our Extended Care Center offers accommodations for those that need more personalized care. We are also proud of our newly remodeled rehabilitation unit, Transitional Care Services at Garden Manor, where our staff is passionate about helping individuals return home, to our community.
In 2011 Garden Manor received a national quality award from the American Health Care Association (AHCA). To be recognized by such an organization is a prestigious accomplishment. It truly reflects what Garden Manor is, and has been all about: quality driven, innovative and efficient healthcare.
This award represents a collective effort of all our employees striving together to provide quality care for our residents. Many people each year entrust their care to us. This award recognizes that we are committed to high levels of quality, committed to our community and committed to each individual that enters our continuum of care.
To reach this level of quality, it requires a collaborative effort of people outside our walls as well. Everyday we interact with providers, vendors and community resources that are instrumental in helping us to provide the best quality care in our area.
To learn more about Garden Manor or to schedule a visit, please contact:
Director of Admissions
Pauline Hinkle, LPN