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PRESENTS FOR PATIENTS® Community Night
Bring a group and join us Nov. 29, 2012 at 5 p.m. as we kick-off the 29th season of PRESENTS FOR PATIENTS® and light the 90-foot Christmas tree on St. Barnabas’ Gibsonia campus. Families and community members of all ages are invited to this free Country Christmas celebration including a fireworks display by Zambelli, horse drawn hayrides, cocoa by a warm bonfire, carols, live entertainment, special photos with Santa, refreshments, 3WS radio remote and WPXI-TV live coverage.
RSVP today by calling Lauren Tassos at 724-443-0800, ext. 5310 or email@example.com.
|Where||St. Barnabas Nursing Home 5827 Meridian Rd, Gibsonia, PA 15044|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||5:00 pm–7:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone, Kids, Families|
|Phone||724-443-0800, ext. 5310|
More About St. Barnabas Nursing Home
St. Barnabas is an assisted living facility, nursing home, and retirement village in Gibsonia. St. Barnabas began serving western Pennsylvania's elderly and their families 110 years ago, and in that time, became Pittsburgh's largest health system and retirement village.
St. Barnabas offers three distinct services catered to the needs of your loved ones--a retirement village, an assisted living facility, and a nursing home.
The retirement village has three sectors: The Village, Washington Place, and The Woodlands. The Village has one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. It is located in the center of the facility, so residents have the best access to amenities such as a country store, restaurant, hair salon, and card room. The Woodlands are carriage homes, and Washington Place is an apartment complex with more assistance than the other two sectors.
The Arbors at St. Barnabas is an assisted living facility, allowing residents both independence and 24-hour care.
The nursing home provides intensive care for residents. It accepts admissions in as little as one hour, and patients receive compassionate care any time of day or night. Support groups are also available to patients with chronic diseases, like multiple sclerosis and cerebral palsy.