Welcome to The Meadows
EEI and The Meadows Campus’ philosophy is centered on providing excellent nursing care at our skilled nursing home, exceptional personal care and to assist our communities with income based housing. Our goal is to demonstrate dignity and respect to all in a charitable way.
Our mission is to sustain and improve the quality of life of the older adults and those with physical disabilities who in our diverse communities regardless of faith, backgrounds and income levels by providing moderate to low income housing and nursing services.
About Ecumenical Enterprises, Inc.
Ecumenical Enterprises, Inc. is a non-profit, faith-based organization that had its humble beginnings in the 1960’s when a group of concerned religious and lay leaders, led by Rev. Dr. Jule Ayers and Monsignor Donald McAndrews, began discussing ways to assist the community with moderate to low income housing the in the greater Wyoming Valley area. In about a year or so, and after urging varied church organizations to get involved, this group nurtured the sponsorship of four diverse but socially committed religious bodies to form Ecumenical Enterprises, Inc., a name created by one of the original incorporators, Frank N. Henry. The four sponsors, namely, the First Presbyterian Church of Wilkes-Barre, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Scranton, the Jewish Federation of Greater Wilkes-Barre, and the Metropolitan Lutheran Council of Wyoming Valley, appointed five representatives each to the Board of Directors. Since that inception, EEI has grown to include a total of 7 housing complexes, a 130-bed skilled nursing facility and a 66-bed personal care continuing care retirement community.
HUD Apartment Buildings
- Garden Village Apartments
- Midtowne Apartments
- Maple City Apartments
- Meadows Apartments
USDA Apartment Buildings
- Hi Meadows Apartments
- The Ken Pollocks Apartments
- Trucksville Apartments
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The Meadows Manor Hosts Lunch & Learn Event
The Meadows Manor will be hosting a free community lunch & learn event with The Alzheimer’s Association on Tuesday February 19, 2019 at 12 noon. The Alzheimer’s Association will be presenting “Know the 10 Signs”. Tours of the Meadows Manor will be held prior to and after the event. Pleas RSVP to (570) 675-9336 to reserve your seat.
Meet Mr. Ted Lewis
Ted is pictured here with his loving wife Judy. Ted recently transitioned back home after stays at both Meadows Nursing & Rehabilitation Center and The Meadows Manor. While family here at The Meadows miss seeing his smiling face everyday, we are all so very happy for Ted & Judy and their ability to once again enjoy their lives in the comfort of their home.
From Mr. Lewis:
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to comment on my experience here at The Meadows Manor and Nursing and Rehab. On May 7 I suffered a severe stroke that paralyzed my left side. As fate would have it, I came to Meadows from Geisinger. Since then I have undergone extensive physical and occupational therapy. Shortly after coming here, I moved to the Meadows Manor. I am currently working on my MSFT. As part of that program, I have extensively studied geriatric care in nursing and personal care homes. In my estimation, Meadows meets and surpasses the criteria for excellent personal care.
I feel fortunate that I ended up here at Meadows Manor, where attention to my needs in healing physically, mentally, and emotionally are their first priority. I am particularly impressed with how diligent the PT and nursing staff is, how any time I have had problems relating to my condition, I received solutions immediately. Moreover, I have been treated with kindness, compassion and caring in an atmosphere of love. Everyone knows my name and everyone is attentive to my particular needs. I find this true at all levels, from nursing, kitchen staff, maintenance and administration. I feel welcome here and and I feel at home. (As much as you can when you are not home) Furthermore, I am rapidly making progress with my physical rehabilitation.
In closing, I want to thank you for your efforts in maintaining this healing atmosphere. I understand that Meadows has earned several awards and in my estimation it certainly has earned them.
Ted R. Lewis
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