Read resident reviews about The Quadrangle:
“It would be hard for me to believe there is a life care community that operates better than The Quadrangle. The facilities are those of a superior hotel, and the administration and employees are clearly dedicated to resident safety, comfort and a sound program of both physical and mental activities.”
“I love it here! It’s the best move at this stage in my life, and it’s the best place I could possibly be. I sincerely feel that way. There is privacy if you want it and a social life, too. You can choose whatever you want, whenever you want. The staff is great, from the services to top management.”
“This was a great move for me. I can’t express just how happy I am. All the staff is splendid! I couldn’t have chosen a nicer place to live. I even like the food!”
"I recently spent four days at your facility, starting on December 10th, having been transferred from Bryn Mawr hospital. I had just undergone full knee replacement surgery performed by Dr. J. Lonner. The norm is surgery on Thursday, rest the night, and participate in in-house P.T. and then go home that evening. Unfortunately for myself, I did not respond to therapy. Consequently, I was transferred to the Quadrangle on Sunday and began my therapy with your wonderful staff.
A little background on myself, I have had two major back operations, a severely torn rotor cuff that required surgery, and two orthoscopic surgeries on my knee. As you can see, I have extensive experience with various physical therapists. In all my years, I have never experienced the level of care, consideration, and competency I experienced with Amanda Sternberg and Jennifer Hong. These two young professionals impressed me so much that I am compelled to write to you. I will forever tell anyone finding themselves in need of rehabilitation to use your facility. I sincerely believe these young women need to be recognized and rewarded for going all out and exceeding expectations, especially Ms. Sternberg.
I am now on my way to a complete recovery due to no small part that they played in getting me started down the path of recovery. I would hope that how they represented the Quadrangle would not be ignored and that they would be recognized for their exemplary performance."
-Vincent A. Cappelli, Resident