In 1879, the Bradford County Commissioners purchased the former McKean Farm, consisting of approximately 268 acres, in Burlington, PA for the purpose of providing shelter for the indigent. Building construction was completed in 1880.
In 1963, the building was renamed the Bradford County Manor with the addition of a west wing. The east wing was added in 1964, and in 1985, major renovations were completed and two new wings added. Cosmetic upgrades and remodels were made over the years, including a state of the art rehabilitation therapy gym, and eventually into what it is today-the Bradford County Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
Today the Bradford County Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, nestled in the mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania, is a 200-bed facility offering both private and semi-private rooms, 21 private short term stay rehabilitation suites and a secure memory impairment neighborhood. Our experienced and professional staff is dedicated to providing compassionate nursing and rehabilitative care focused on resident centered individualized plans for the needs of the adult community.
For more information, call 570-297-4111
15900 Route 6
Troy, PA 16947