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What types of supporting (non-medical) senior services would you see as beneficial on this campus?
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What types of supporting (non-medical) senior services would you see as beneficial on this campus?

I am pursuing a certification in horticultural therapy and am a nurse by trade. I hope you will consider including HT in your community plans - it has many benefits for seniors and the community at large.... Read more...

Hi Carolyn, thanks so much for your feedback regarding the proposed St. Charles project! Main Line Health appreciates your feedback and we too believe in a holistic approach to offering care for seniors.... Read more...

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What types of supporting (non-medical) senior services would you see as beneficial on this campus?

Sign me up now for the senior living. I will leave a deposit today.

Hi Deb, thank you for your comment! Main Line Health is glad to hear your continued enthusiasm for residential options for seniors. Although we are not at the appropriate stage in the project development... Read more...

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What types of senior-related medical services do you feel would be beneficial on this campus?

primary care, pool, gym, orthopedics

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What types of supporting (non-medical) senior services would you see as beneficial on this campus?

I am delighted to hear about the Senior living plans and could potentially be interested in living there. Seems like more units might be appropriaate.

Hi Nancy, thank you so much for your thoughts and support for the St. Charles project! Main Line Health is glad to hear about your interest in senior living opportunities; Main Line Health is committed... Read more...

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In the next 5+ years, how do you see Main Line Health having an extended presence to be a benefit to you, your family or friends?

As a professional in geriatric care , overall planning for seniors is lacking, not only nationally but locally. Such potential services as the Village communities, dealing with seniors who choose to stay... Read more...

Hi Grace, thanks so much for your comment and support for the proposed St. Charles project! Main Line Health is excited to continue servicing the entire Lower Merion community, especially seniors, with... Read more...

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What excites you most about a health and wellness village?

NOTHING. We don't need more development in Lower Merion! If MLH needs more office space, there are plenty of empty buildings in areas that have already been developed throughout the township. Lower Merion... Read more...

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In the next 5+ years, how do you see Main Line Health having an extended presence to be a benefit to you, your family or friends?

Honestly, I don't. I currently use Main Line Health and my needs have been met just fine. I definitely DO NOT want Main Line Health to expand its presence in Lower Merion.

Hi Jessica, thank you for your feedback regarding the proposed St. Charles project. Main Line Health is glad to hear that your needs have been met thus far; the St. Charles project aims to ensure that... Read more...

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What excites you most about a health and wellness village?

I love the concept of holistic living as one ages. Great concept.

Hi Deb, thanks so much for your comment! We are glad to hear you are excited about a health and wellness village concept; Main Line Health is committed to providing holistic care and aging-in-place opportunities... Read more...

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What excites you most about a health and wellness village?

Village is a strong term. Community integrated living and economic space may perhapbs be more acurate.

Hi TP, thanks for your comment regarding the proposed St. Charles project. Main Line Health uses the term “village” to denote both a residential space paired with integrative health and wellbeing programs,... Read more...

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