Greenewood Manor is both Medicare and Medicaid Certified.

Perspective Residents

An admission committee reviews information about perspective residents to determine if placement is appropriate. Consideration is given to medical, social, and psychological needs. Visits and tours are encouraged to help with the decision-making process. Residents new to Greenewood Manor must be tobacco-free, and meet all level of care requirements.

Greenewood Manor does not discriminate in its admission or treatment practices with regard to race, color, gender, age, national origin, religion, marital status, disability, payor source or other protected class.

Respite Care

We can arrange for short and long term respite stay, either under a private pay status or Medicaid. A history and physical will need to be completed within five days of admission, as well as approval of admissions committee and the Area Agency on Aging. Call the admissions director for information.

Further Information

For more information or to arrange a tour, please contact Traci Campbell at 562-7572.