Bradford County Manor
Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
15900 Route 6
Troy, PA 16947
For more information, call 570-297-4111
Short Term Rehab and Long Term Care
For more information or to schedule a tour, please contact our admissions coordinator at 570-297-4111.
Welcome to Bradford County Manor
Nestled in the mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania, Bradford County Manor provides short & long term
rehabilitation therapy services, 24 hour skilled nursing care, memory support programs, and end of life care.
Bradford County Manor participates with most insurances,
and accepts Medicare, Medicaid, and Private Pay.
"MANY, MANY, THANKS TO THE STAFF!!"
- from the family of Cynthia Piollet Sims
As our nation, commonwealth and local community continue to weather the Corona Virus pandemic; we believe it is extremely important that accurate communication occur. We are doing what we can to limit the spread of COVID-19 within the facility. We are taking steps based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), the local Health Department and Emergency Management Agencies to reduce the spread and impact of COVID-19, such as:
• Enhanced infection control precautions
• Screening residents, staff, and essential visitors for expanded list of symptoms
• The use of Personal Protective Equipment
• Restricting visitation and entry of people to the building
• Testing staff and residents for COVID-19 based on current protocols and availability of tests
• Postponing communal activities
We are excited to announce that starting Monday, July 20, 2020 we will start doing scheduled outside visits for residents and families. We are requesting that interested families contact Pam Brown in Activities and schedule visits in 15-minute intervals. The visits will be in the covered area on the left side of the building and for the 1 East resident will be at the fence towards the back of the building. Both areas are concrete so there should not be any issues with traveling in the grass.
Activities started some small group activities with six or less residents with at least 6 foot distancing this week to attempt to create some more normalcy for the residents.
As we move forward we will continue to evaluate our volunteer program and the possibility of doing inside visits, but I see that taking some time as we see different areas of the United States have increased cases. With the weather being nice we feel this is a good plan to allow families and residents to get to see each other.
We have gone to routine testing with additional testing required if staff travel to "RED" states or areas. If at any point, we were to get a COVID-19 positive staff or resident we would then immediately notify all families, go back to weekly testing, and suspend visitation until we felt it was safe to proceed.
This is our weekly update regarding COVID-19 including the number of active cases in residents and staff. Any new confirmed resident cases will be reported within the next calendar day. In addition, we will report any instance in which three or more residents present with respiratory symptoms over a 72-hour period. The same criteria will be used to report new confirmed cases or symptomatic cases in staff.
We will be updating our website with the most current information. A weekly update will be provided each Thursday. Per the guidelines above, any newly confirmed or respiratory clusters within 72 hours occur; the website will be updated by 5 pm the next calendar day.
Due to government privacy requirements, we cannot divulge specific information about the individuals who have tested positive or have symptoms of COVID-19. The new reporting requirements will not replace our normal communication with you regarding changes in resident condition. Facility staff will continue to contact you directly with any resident changes in condition including symptoms of COVID-19.
At this time, Bradford County Manor does not have any resident or staff COVID-19. Please continue to reach out to facility staff to assist you in communicating with your friends and loved ones. Our residents and staff appreciate the support from the community during this unprecedented time.
July 30, 2020
Daryl L. Miller
Bradford County Commissioners
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Dear Family, Guardian and Friend:
Department of Health
Interim Guidance on
We are pleased to announce that Trisha Pratt has returned to the Bradford County Manor.
She returns as the Director of Nursing with 18 years of nursing experience.
Trisha has held the positions of LPN, RN, RNAC and Director of Nursing at Bradford County Manor
She served as the Director of Nursing at the Manor from 2016 ~ 2017 and Absolute Care for three years.
Trisha has received multiple awards as Director of Nursing in recognition of her Leadership Skills.
We are excited about her commitment to providing quality compassionate care.
If you are looking for a rewarding career in the Nursing profession with a dedication and commitment to our residents Trisha would be interested in speaking with you about joining our team.