Summit Health and Living
The Feeling of Home at Summit
Located in the rural setting of Summitville, Summit Health and Living is a 34-bed care center. Residents feel at home, and their caregivers feel like family.
With a newly refurbished building, Summit has a beautifully decorated dining room, library, and sitting areas. Spacious outdoor patios, large windows, and birdfeeders let residents experience nature year round. Our therapy gym is fully staffed with licensed professional and caring therapists. They are dedicated to helping our residents to achieve their therapy goals.
- Private Rehabilitation Suites
- Semi-Private Rooms
- Dining Menu with Many Options & Alternatives
- Full Social Calendar & Activities
- Free Wifi
Summit Health and Living Services
Our person-centered approach to care is delivered by a passionate and highly skilled team of caregivers who give around the clock care. Click here to learn more about our services.
Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy
Adult Day Services
“Prior to my stay at Summit I would have been reluctant to go to a nursing home. I had a short stay and with daily therapy I was able to return home and resume my usual Activities. The nursing and dietary staff were very pleasant and did a great job of meeting my needs.”
– Resident, N. Delinger
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