Pine Run Proud!
Pine Run Celebrates 39 Years
We are proud to honor our 2015 Angel Award recipients, 5-Star Award winner, and Milestone Achiever as a part of our 39th Anniversary celebration. Busy days filled with touching hearts, providing comfort care, and sharing creative energy can really spark a sense of accomplishment at the end of each day. These admirable associates deserve accolades for the heartfelt connections they forge, like family, with colleagues, patients, and residents on campus.
Pine Run has taken pride in caring for generations of families since 1976. It is unique among its peers of continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) in being a member of Doylestown Health. Our span of residential options for seniors age 65+ attracts talented professionals who forge new approaches to care, construction, and remarkable hospitality.
Pine Run occupancy has flourished to being well above 90% in all levels of living. Renovations completed at the 43-acre Ferry Road campus, as well as the Lakeview location on Lower State Road, embody the dreamy ideal of filling space with natural light, classic architectural details, earthy colors, and landscaping suited to a bucolic setting. Residents and families enjoy the conveniences of contemporary amenities along with the charms of country life.
More than 450 associates anchor an exceptional service philosophy, Make Their Day! Numerous associates surveyed in 2015 feel they have the opportunity to do their best every day.
We can attest to true excitement at Pine Run for the remarkable deeds achieved by our team in their unwavering commitment to
- Deficiency-free survey results in 2015 for Pine Run Health Center, Lakeview Personal Care, The Garden Memory Care and the Pine Run Home Care Agency
- Overall 5-star ranking from Medicare at Pine Run Health Center
- Voted Best of Bucks by readers of The Doylestown Intelligencer 2011-2014
Additionally, Pine Run impacts the local community in many ways. Associates and residents enthusiastically support social accountability through various programs such as art shows, charity projects, health fairs, fundraising, intergenerational activities with students, and providing free transportation or food to boost worthy grassroots efforts.
According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration on Aging, Bucks County has the fourth highest 65+ population among the counties of Pennsylvania. In the year 2000, Bucks County had 74,282 residents over the age of 64. This number is projected to more than double to 160,675 by the year 2025. Pine Run envisions a robust future of serving the dynamic health and wellness needs of men and women celebrating their bonus years.