We were thrilled recently to see WMUR come on-site to shoot some video of the Edgewood Centre to complement a wonderful story they ran on our own Allie Sgro.
Senior care centers have been a focal point of attention in 2020-21 due to the fact that the residential population we serve is much more vulnerable than the general population to have a serious case of COVID-19.
The Edgewood Centre recently received a Five Star Quality Rating for its overall quality of care, staffing and safety from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
Read about Brian, an Edgewood Centre LPN who found a career by living his values.
My mom, an Edgewood employee for over 17 years, would bring me to work with her before and after school and I would volunteer.
I started in the on-site LNA program and once licensed, I worked as an LNA at Edgewood for about a year up until a position popped up that caught my eye.
At the age of 12, Erin Anderson knew she wanted to work with the elderly.
My name is Ali Nesman, and I have been working at the Edgewood Centre for 9 years. In my first 5 years here I was an LNA working the 7:00 am-3:00 pm shift on West Wing.
The house is filled with merriment, live holiday music, and delectable appetizers and desserts to celebrate the holiday season among residents, staff and families.
Frank Crider: Giving More, For All the Right Reasons Our promise that, no matter what, we always go the extra mile is part of what makes up the Edgewood difference. Take the example of Frank Crider, for instance. Frank had been a practicing doctor for half a century when a debilitating stroke left him in […]