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Coronavirus: Staying Safe Means Staying Prepared
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Who says a community network can't be big on quality? Bristol Health is nationally recognized for quality, safety, health equity and more.
Learn about our community needs assessment and how we are responding to better address those needs.
Our mission, Caring for Your Tomorrow, reflects our deep commitment to help you stay healthy for the long-term.
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Nationally Recognized for Patient Safety
We are located in the greater Bristol area, with offices in Southington, New Britain, Wolcott, Plainville and more.
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Festival of Wines Rescheduled for Oct. 3, 2020
Due to increasing concerns regarding the spread of the coronavirus with cases in the U.S., Bristol Health is taking proactive measures to prepare for COVID-19.
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Providing our community with the highest quality and most comprehensive short-term and long-term care since 1987.
At the heart of excellence is comfort and a sense of confidence. Comfort in being close to family and friends in familiar surroundings and comfort in attractive and inviting accommodations. Confidence in the doctors, therapists and staff who are available to meet all medical, social and emotional needs of patients who require rehab services before returning home.
For those reasons, and many more, Ingraham Manor, whether it’s short-term rehabilitation or long-term care, is the best choice you can make. Our highly-rated, award-winning facility uniquely tailors your care to truly enhance your overall quality of life and improve your physical function.
Note: At this time, no visitors are allowed at Ingraham Manor. The Connecticut Department of Public Health has instructed all chronic and convalescent nursing homes to restrict all visitors except when a current health state is in question, such as end of life.
Assisting in your recovery from a hospitalization, surgical procedure, disorder or an injury with the expectation and goal of returning you to your home.
Residents receive high-quality 24/7 care from our trained and compassionate team members, who are dedicated to providing loving, family-like care.
We're here to answer all your questions and provide you with the supportive services you need.
Ingraham Manor is part of the Bristol Health network, allowing us to provide our residents immediate access to acute care facilities and clinical specialists.In addition we offer:
Ingraham Manor delivers outstanding care. We are highly-rated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid and are named a "Best Short-Term Rehabilitation" facility by U.S. News & World reports.
Ingraham Manor is a 128-bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility founded in 1987 with a mission to provide the highest quality care to the Greater Bristol community.
400 North Main Street
Bristol, CT 06010
Here, our residents can also enjoy a number of planned daily recreational activities - from Breakfast Club to Bingo, and Balloon Volleyball to card games and clubs.
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