Welcome to Laurel Manor!
Laurel Manor Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center is a 104-bed, full service facility that provides a comprehensive range of short term and long term care services.
Laurel Manor’s residents receive the highest quality treatment by a team of talented and dedicated healthcare professionals.
With a high staff-to-resident ratio, caring and committed professional caregivers, and a full range of amenities, Laurel Manor’s short term rehabilitation program will help you get better and get home faster, when recovering from surgery, illness or injury. Our long term program offers 24-hour skilled nursing care, personalized treatment options and a high quality of life in a comfortable, homey atmosphere, allowing residents to live independently and with dignity.
Laurel Manor continues to pursue its commitment to providing the highest standard of care. We are proud to have recently received a near perfect NJ DOH survey.
Contact us today for more information or to arrange a tour of our facility.
Physicians & Providers
Dr. Prameela Palli, Laurel Manor’s Medical Director, has been a practicing physician for the past 20 years. She is Board Certified in Geriatrics and Internal Medicine at University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ-SOM. She received her medical training in India and in the United States. She is currently affiliated with the Kennedy Health System.
Dr. Kenneth Giacobbo has been a practicing physician for the past 23 years. He specializes in Internal Medicine, Hospice and Palliative Medicine. He is also a Home Visiting Physician. He attended Kanas City University of Medicine and did his medical training at Cooper Hospital. He is currently affiliated with Virtua Hospitals in Southern NJ as well as Lourdes Medical Center. Besides being a Physician at Laurel Manor, he is also currently the Medical Director for Moorestown VNA and Hospice.
Dr. Michael Goldis has been practicing medicine for the past 23 years. He is certified in Geriatric Medicine, Internal Medicine and Family Practice. He is affiliated with The Kennedy Health System, Lourdes Medical Center and Virtua Hospitals in Southern NJ. Besides being one of Laurel Manors physicians, he is also the Medical Director for Compassionate Care Hospice and has a House Call Program serving the Tri-State Area.
Dr. Natalie Tsigonis has been practicing medicine for the past 15 years. She is certified in Geriatrics and is affiliated with the Kennedy Health System. She attended Douglas College and received her Medical training at University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ-SOM. Besides being one of Laurel Manor’s Physicians, she is currently a Physician at Goldis Geriatrics and Family Practices and Geriatrics.
Dr. Sneh Jain, who has just recently come on board as a physician at Laurel Manor, has been a practicing physician for the past 30 years. She specializes in Internal Medicine. She attended Medical School in New Delhi, India and did her medical training at Long Island College Hospital. She is affiliated with Virtua Hospitals in Southern NJ.
Dr. Troy Randle, who heads our Congestive Heart Failure Program at Laurel Manor, has been a practicing physician for the past 10 years. He specializes in Cardiology and is part of Lourdes Cardiology-South Jersey Heart Group. He attended medical school at University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ in the School of Osteopathic Medicine. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiology and Nuclear Cardiology. He is currently the Assistant Program Director of University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ-SOM Cardiology Fellows and is affiliated with Lourdes Health System, The Kennedy Health System and Virtua Hospitals in Southern NJ.
Tracy Lanoza has been an RN for the past 20 years and an APN for the past 5 years. She specializes in Heart Failure and is the Nurse Practitioner for the Congestive Heart Failure Program at Laurel Manor. She attended Drexel University for her MSN and is affiliated with the Kennedy Health System and Lourdes Health System. She is currently working on her Doctorate.
Laurel Manor offers a full range of the comforts and conveniences. Some of amenities and convenient services include:
- Personalized Bedside Television Units with Cable
- In-room Telephone
- High Nursing Staff-to-Patient Ratios
- Beauty and Barber Shop
A wide range of activities, entertainers, painting classes, pet therapy, exercise sessions, trips and celebrations are available to residents throughout the week.
Accommodations are clean, attractive, and pleasant. Our rooms are equipped with Cable TV, telephone and electric bed.
Social workers work with residents and family members even before they arrive and throughout their stay. They help plan discharges, serve as advocates, encourage and motivate residents, assist families, develop individualized care plans, ensure that residents are comfortable and secure and help prepare Medicaid applications.
Our dining staff prepares wholesome, healthy meals for our residents. The menus are designed for each resident by our registered dietician, prepared by our chef. Meals are served in a comfortable dining facility.
Laurel Manor’s state-of-the-art rehabilitation program is designed to help patients recover quickly and to maintain their health and independence following a serious illness, injury or surgery. Our specialty areas include:
Heart Failure Disease Management at Laurel Manor Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center
What is a heart failure disease management program?
Even when you are not having symptoms,follow-up with your cardiac health care provider is very important to evaluate your condition and your response to medications, especially when you have recently been discharged from the hospital. Lourdes Cardiology Services has joined with Laurel Manor to provide this service for patients recovering or residing at their facility who have the diagnosis of heart failure.
Why should I choose Laurel Manor and the heart failure disease management program?
Laurel Manor’s cardiology directed heart failure disease management program can provide you with the following benefits:
- Frequent assessment of your current condition by an Advanced Practice Cardiology Nurse, to make sure your treatment and medication plan is right for you, according to national treatment guidelines, in collaboration with a Lourdes Cardiologist.
- An opportunity to optimize recommended medications for heart failure patients.
- A chance to improve and maintain your optimum quality of life.
- A decrease in hospitalizations and emergency department care.
- Answers to your questions about your heart failure and management advice.
- Help in arranging palliative nursing care and home care as well as nutrition, pharmacy or social worker support when needed.
- Smooth transition to outpatient heart failure program upon discharge from Laurel Manor for care continuity.
Please contact the Admissions Director: Jennifer Blake @ 856-784-2400 Ext. 105
Thank you for getting me back on my feet!
When I arrived at Laurel Manor I was in a bad way both physically and mentally. I'd spent three months in the hospital and had under gone 4 surgeries, the last one being a below the knee amputation of my right leg. Upon my arrival the entire staff started working with me to get me back to my old self. The best therapy I received at Laurel Manor was the encouragement I received from the entire staff. When the staff saw me up and walking they literally applauded me. Every member of the staff helped me reach my goal of walking out the front door. During the roughest time of my life Laurel Manor was there for me and got me back on my feet. - Bob Minton
When Mr. and Mrs. Margolese needed Rehab, they chose Laurel Manor…
We were very happy here and very well taken care of. The Nursing Staff was very sweet and made us feel like it was home. The Physical therapy department was fantastic. We thank all the great people at Laurel Manor” - Mr. and Mrs. Margolese
Thanks to all!
Our Family is so appreciative of the compassionate care given to our loved one at Laurel Manor. When we leave at night, we are confident that he is in competent and safe hands. Thanks to all! - S.E.
To all the Nurses...
To all the Nurses, that cared for my mother, our family wants to thank you all for your kindness and God Bless you all! And also for being so kind to our family. - L.M. Family
Laurel Manor is an Excellent Care Facility and the reason is "The People." From the administrator to the maintenance men, everyone cares. Plus we have very special and gifted nurses who go out of their way to help our residents. They all try and make this a happy place. - C.S
I would recommend anyone needing rehab care to come here
My stay here has been more than I could have thought it would have been. I had a chance to go to another Rehab center. I can’t tell you how glad I am that I picked Laurel Manor. I had heard of this place from my brother-in-law when he had been in here, and he loved it. He loved it so much that my husband and I could not get him to come home for holiday meals. He would say “ No, today is bingo (or) today is the string band.” It was always something going on. Well, now I found it out for myself that he was right. I have been here for 47 days. Today I am going home. I would recommend anyone needing Rehab care to come here. The nurses and CNA’s to the housekeeping and Maintenance and kitchen help are great kind people. I got very good care. If the days comes that I would need to come to a place like this again or for permanent, I want my family to know that this is where I want to come, that place is Laurel Manor Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center. - L.B.
Saying Thanks for All You Do
When the most important people in our lives, our parent’s whom we love and respect, are now elderly and can no longer be independent and care for themselves like they once could and we are unable to give them the care they deservedly need. A huge decision now comes into both your lives that will change both your life and theirs. Where to place your loved one in a facility that will provide Safety, a place you can Trust, Staff you can Reason with, that shows Affection, Treat people with dignity and Friendship. Outgoing, Responsible and Dedicated to give every resident the care they deserve and need. I can honestly say I am quite satisfied that my Mom is living at Laurel Manor. Everyone that works at Laurel Manor is all they can be, to do the best they can at what they do. Thanks. - J.S.
Dear Laurel Manor Administration,
Words cannot express my gratitude for the care that you have provided for my mother while at your facility. Since her admission on February 11, 2010 I have noticed such a change in my mother's demeanor and progress. Your staff maintains professionalism and demonstrates that they genuinely care for the welfare of the residents. Changes to Laurel Manor have truly been for the better. My mother's overall experience has been wonderful. Because I am so pleased with her care, I have recommended others in search of a nursing home for their loved ones to tour "The New" Laurel Manor Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center. I sincerely would like to thank all of the staff for their hard work and commitment to providing excellent care. You all have truly exceeded my expectations for what a nursing home experience is all about. Keep up the good work! - T.S.