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A New Chapter Begins:

As of May 2022, the Virtua Health and Rehabilitation Center is now owned and operated by Marquis Health Consulting Services, a vision-driven company that delivers care via 6,000 skilled nursing and assisted-living beds across the United States. 

For information on the Berlin facility, please call: 856-322-3600
For information on the Mount Holly facility, please call: 609-914-8800

Long-Term Care and Rehabilitation

Long Term Care & Rehabilitation

Compassionate, Individualized Nursing Care

Virtua Rehabilitation Centers provide expert care in a compassionate environment for patients requiring nursing care, sub-acute medical care or in-patient rehabilitation.

Our experts include board certified physicians and physical, occupational and speech therapists who work as a team to provide a customized plan of care designed for each patient. Our goal is to help every patient restore a meaningful quality of life and regain as much independence as possible.

Virtua Rehabilitation Centers are accredited by the prestigious Joint Commission.

The conditions we treat include:

  • Orthopedic conditions, such as joint replacement
  • Stroke
  • Amputations
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Arthritic deficits
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • Neurological deficits
  • Gait dysfunction
  • Deconditioning
  • Complex wound care
  • Conditions requiring IV therapy

Featured Services

Nursing Home Care
Skilled, around-the-clock care in a compassionate, warm and friendly environment.

Long-Term Care
Long-term care for patients with ongoing physical and/or cognitive health limitations.

Long-Term Acute Care
Focuses on patients with serious medical problems that require intense and specialized care for an extended amount of time.

Sub-acute Care/Rehabilitation Programs
For the step following illness or surgery, but prior to returning home. Transitional care in our sub-acute care unit; a minimum of three hours of rehabilitation daily to help maximize endurance and improve skills that may have diminished as a result of illness or injury.

Respite Care
Short-term care of any duration, a day, a week, or for as long as is needed, when regular at-home caregivers are unavailable.

Palliative Care
Expert pain management, where medical professionals have advanced training and sensitivity in recognizing signs of pain in residents who are unable to communicate.

While your physician treats your illness, LifeCare relieves your symptoms, allowing you to reclaim your life from effects of chronic illnesses such as cancer, diabetes or multiple sclerosis.

Safety Units
Safe, comfortable, caring environments for patients with Alzheimer's or dementia.

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