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Providence Place at Glencroft | 8641 North 67th Avenue, Glendale

Property Type: Skilled Nursing, Rehabilitation
Licensed Care Beds: 225
Long Term Care Facility Quality Ratings: Excelent
Certified For: Medicare/Medicaid/ALTCS

Care Services

Providence Place at Glencroft stands apart from other skilled nursing facilities when it comes to care, service and compassion. For over 45-years, Glencroft has made it our mission to “make a difference in the lives of those we serve.” As a not-for-profit, faith-based organization, we create an environment that inspires our residents to thrive while supporting their unique physical, emotional, spiritual and quality-of-life needs.

Recognized for Excellence
Licensed by the state of Arizona, Providence Place is Medicare and Medicaid certified. Routinely exceeding state and national quality indicators with a 5-star rating makes it possible to provide a level of care that will far exceed your expectations. Registered and licensed nurses are on duty 24-hours a day and our dedicated staff specialize in:
• Sub-acute care
• Long-term, short-term and respite care
• Restorative and rehabilitative stays
• Alzheimer’s and dementia care
• Palliative and hospice care
• Physical, occupational and speech therapy
• Wound care
• Resident-centric activities

Activities/Services

With a motto of “make ‘em laugh, make ‘em smile and most of all make a difference,” our residents enjoy life to the fullest. Staying active mentally, physically and emotionally lifts the spirits and leads to a healthier more enriched life.

Description

Whether you‘re looking for independent living, assisted living, memory care or skilled care, our seamless transition community has living and care options with all the amenities of a small town.

Contact Information

623-939-9475

RatesFor information, please call (623) 939-9475 or email info@glencroft.comCome and see why people say, “There’s a difference you can feel.”
TESTIMONIALS

Testimonials

“We are eternally grateful for the excellent and compassionate care provided to our mother.”

“We cannot say enough good things. Thank you for being so dedicated to caring for those who cannot care for themselves.”