“I’m quite content at St. Elizabeth’s. I’ve made many friends here and I’ve lost many friends too. I’m cared for by a wonderful group of staff people, friends and family.” -Elsie Hartlove, St. Elizabeth Elder

“I found a home with lots of friends. The staff and I are like family.” – Doris, St. Elizabeth Elder

“Words cannot express our deep appreciation for all you did to care for our dear mother. Over the years, you lovingly and compassionately met her every physical, emotional and spiritual need. You loved her and cared for her. You treated her with dignity.” – Family Member

“Your facility provides a great healing service for countless individuals, and you are to be commended.” – Former St. Elizabeth Elder

“Your ministry is to serve people in need of encouragement, strength and medical assistance at a very difficult time in their lives. Your staff performed this work with professionalism, compassion and gentleness.” – Family Member

“It’s my home! I love it here and I get great care.” – Germaine, St. Elizabeth Elder
“I love this place! The Rehab program is fabulous. I’m feeling stronger already! Everyone is so nice and the nursing assistants are fantastic. It’s the best move I’ve ever made!” – Ray, St. Elizabeth Elder

“St. Elizabeth’s is the greatest place to go for rehab! I would go there myself! Everyone from the front desk staff to the nursing staff and the social workers are great!” – Jacques, family member

“I’ve never seen a facility that’s so clean! And the staff is all so friendly. I love it!” – Family member

“I looked around at several places and decided on St. Elizabeth’s. They give top-notch care and the staffing is always great! St. Elizabeth’s is great!” – Michael, family member

“St. Elizabeth Rehabilitation & Nursing Center’s Noah’s Place is a safe, secure and caring home away from home for loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. An excellent staff that give lots of TLC to their residents and families and fills each day with fun and activities for all. Communication with family is tops!” – Mary Ann, family member