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Presbyterian Association for Care of the Aged and Orphans is chartered.
Oakmont Presbyterian Home, now known as Westminster Place, opens.
Washington Presbyterian Home, now known as Southminster Place, is purchased.
Our first affordable housing community, Bellmead, opens in Washington.
Presbyterian Medical Centers of Washington (now known as Southmont) opens to replace Washington Presbyterian Home Nursing Unit.
Redstone Court, the first senior adult condominium, opens in partnership with SeniorLiving Communities.
Woodside Place of Oakmont, the nation’s first residential community specifically designed to meet the physical, mental and social needs of persons living with Alzheimer’s and other related dementias, opens.
Longwood at Oakmont opens as our first continuing care retirement community (CCRC).
Corpus Christi, HIV/AIDS Personal Care Home, opens under our management in Lincoln-Lemington. (Now Closed.)
Pittsburgh Care Partnership establishes Community LIFE, a national PACE Project sponsored by Jewish Association on Aging, Presbyterian SeniorCare and UPMC.
Woodwell hospice program is introduced in collaboration with Family Hospice and Palliative Care.
Longwood at Oakmont receives accreditation from the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CCAC), now known as CARF.
Presbyterian SeniorCare Foundation is created.
Presbyterian Medical Center of Oakmont and Presbyterian Medical Center of Washington names change to The Willows and Southmont of Presbyterian SeniorCare, respectively, to reflect a less institutional philosophy.
Longwood at Home launches as the first home-based continuing care retirement community in the region.
Presbyterian SeniorCare becomes the first CARF accredited “Aging Services Network” in Pennsylvania.
The new Hanna HealthCare Center opens at Longwood at Oakmont.
Presbyterian SeniorCare establishes Presbyterian SeniorCare at Home for at-home care and services.
We become the first long-term care organization to join ClinicalConnect, enabling the secure and timely sharing of digital healthcare records.
We break ground at Mt. Nazareth Commons, a new affordable housing community in Ross Township developed in partnership with Presbyterian Senior Living.
Building upon a six-year collaboration, Presbyterian SeniorCare and Presbyterian Homes of Lake Erie become legal affiliates.
Shenango Presbyterian SeniorCare, after receiving 25 years of management consulting services, becomes a legal affiliate of Presbyterian SeniorCare.
“Network” is added to our name to better communicate the size and scope of our offerings and reflect our complete Network of interconnected living, service and care options.
Our organization is among the first nationally to receive CARF accreditation in six categories.
Presbyterian SeniorCare at Home achieves Medicare certification as a home health provider.
Celebrating Anniversaries! 15th for Longwood at Home, 50th for Shenango on the Green, 75th for Presbyterian Homes of Lake Erie and 90th for Presbyterian SeniorCare Network.
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