Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation
The Charles Morris Nursing and Rehabilitation Center of the Jewish Association on Aging is located on the Weinberg Village Campus at 200 JHF Drive in Squirrel Hill.
Click here for a virtual tour of the Charles M. Morris Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
The decision to place a loved one in a skilled nursing facility can be a difficult one. When family members decide to place a spouse, parent, or other relative in the Charles M. Morris Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, they can rest assured their loved one will receive the best nursing care available in a comfortable, state of the art homelike setting.
The Charles Morris Rehabilitation Center is an excellent choice when rehabilitation services are necessary following surgery, a fall or to improve overall strength and mobility.
Designed with dignity and comfort, this facility provides housing and care for 159 individuals in primarily private rooms.
The Morris Center has a reputation for excellent resident care. Our staff, from nurses and nurse’s aides, to social workers and activities staff, to our housekeeping and dietary workers, all play a role in making sure that residents’ physical, emotional, and social needs are met.
The Morris Center is staffed 24 hours a day by a team of devoted, professional registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and nurse’s aides. The excellent care they provide to residents is what distinguishes the Morris Center among nursing homes of comparable size in this region.
Other special health care services include diabetes education and monitoring, and an on-site health clinic, which includes a laboratory, x-ray capabilities, dental clinic, podiatrist, vision care and dermatological care.
Social workers are liaisons between the facility and residents’ family members. They communicate with families on a wide variety of topics, including insurance and financial counseling, resident progress, facility practice, and referrals, as well as end of life and grief counseling when necessary.
The Allderdice Unit is specifically designed for residents who exhibit moderate to severe symptoms of dementia. Staff members on the unit are trained to care for residents who suffer from memory loss and who may exhibit difficult behaviors or a tendency to wander.
For a tour of our facility or additional information please contact Sue Levit, Director of Admissions at 412-521-1790 or email@example.com.