Green Ridge Village is part of Presbyterian Senior Living’s network of communities for seniors.
At Green Ridge Village, you have the flexibility to create your own experience. All of our senior living services are available as you need them, from our Independent Living, At-Home Services for in home support, Personal Care, or Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation. You’ll also appreciate the short drive to Harrisburg, Hershey, and the historic Gettysburg Battlefields—opening countless doors of opportunity.
Outstanding dining options, an extraordinary Fitness and Aquatic Center, walking trails, wetlands, wildlife, and a pond are only a few examples of our commitment to purposeful living and well-being. There is no other senior living Continuing Care Retirement Community like Green Ridge Village. It’s as distinctive as each of the individuals living here.
In addition, we’re home to many retired military and their spouses. Our close proximity to the Carlisle Barracks, in Carlisle PA, provides a great number of readily available military services, including a terrific golf course.
Our Mission: The mission of Presbyterian Senior Living is to offer Christian understanding, compassion and a sense of belonging to promote wholeness of body, mind and spirit.
A Brief History: Presbyterian Home of Central Pennsylvania originated in 1927 when
Mrs. Ellen Parker donated her farmhouse near Newville, PA. One year later, The Parker Home opened as its first facility, providing care for 10 older women from Central Pennsylvania – the very first residents.
Today: Presbyterian Senior Living is dedicated to providing high-quality, affordable healthcare, housing, and retirement services to seniors in 30 locations in the mid-Atlantic region of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio, and Delaware.
Services Provided: Throughout its system of care, Presbyterian Senior Living collectively provides independent living in apartments, villas, patio homes, and cottages; assisted living and personal care; short-term and long-term skilled nursing care; specialized Alzheimer’s and dementia care; sub acute care; respite care; comprehensive rehabilitation therapy and adult day services. All services of Presbyterian Senior Living are available to individuals regardless of race, color, religion, creed, disability, ancestry, national origin, age or sex, in compliance with all local, state and federal laws.
Staff & Residents: Today more than 2,600 administrators; physicians; registered nurses; licensed nurse practitioners; nurse aides; physical, occupational and speech therapists; dieticians; and other staff provide care to more than 6,000 residents and clients throughout Presbyterian Senior Living and its affiliate organizations.
Volunteers: Presbyterian Senior Living volunteers donated almost 109,000 hours of their time in 2015.
Caring in Action: No resident has ever been asked to leave our network of care because they outlived their resources. In 2015, the caring support of our contributors enabled Presbyterian Senior Living to provide more than $29 million in benevolent support.
#1 Meet Jen, Green Ridge Village Director of Nursing:
CNA’s provide direct care to residents by assisting with all activities of daily living according to the Interdisciplinary Care Plan. CNA’s are expected to respond to all resident call bells regardless of assignment; observe residents’ condition and report changes to the Charge Nurse; communicate/ document treatment provided to the resident; and carries out basic care procedures to include catheter care, temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure, height and weight, and specimen collections.
CNA candidates must possess a certification in good standing with the State Nurse Aide Registry and be at least 18 years old. Must have the ability to follow written and verbal instructions with additional training relative to the unit in which employed and the CNA must work as a team player to best meet resident needs.
Aides prepare food items and assemble foods for resident trays; deliver trays to dining areas or resident rooms; clean kitchenware, equipment and work areas; with emphasis on quality and courtesy to residents and guests. Servers prepare dining areas for meal service; seats residents/guests in appropriate areas and serves accurate and attractive meals in a timely manner.
The LPN oversees the care to all residents which includes supervision of nursing staff, administration of medications and treatments. LPN’s plan, direct and provide resident care according to physician orders and the Interdisciplinary Plan of Care; and communicates changes in resident’s condition in a timely fashion to the RN, physician, other disciplines, the following shift, and family members. The LPN also administers medications and treatments; and assists in gathering data to complete resident assessments and provides updates to the resident’s Care Plan.
LPN Candidates must have a current state professional nursing license and a current CPR certification. Geriatric/ Long term care experience is preferred.
PCA’s provide basic care of residents including assistance with ADL’s, conducting activities, assisting at mealtimes and, if applicable, assisting residents with medication. PCA’s respond to all resident requests for assistance and/or call bells regardless of assignment; observes residents and reports changes in condition to the appropriate supervisor or staff; and initiates and completes appropriate resident activities. A PCA may also assist with transportation of residents to outside appointments and shopping and accompanies resident as assigned.
PCA’s must follow written and verbal instructions and relate well to employees, residents and visitors. Previous experience working with older adults is preferred.
We currently have job opportunities in our skilled nursing center for Registered Nurses– either full-time or part-time shifts are available. Stop by to visit our scenic campus in Newville, PA! We offer excellent pay and a resident-centered culture. The Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible for the total care of all residents in the facility on assigned shift. This includes the supervision of personnel as well as medical activities directed by the physician. Tasks include supervision, assignment, and development of personnel; communication with residents, families and other departments; customer satisfaction; leadership; quality assurance and quality improvement. Coordinates resident care with other departments.Candidates must have the ability to instruct, direct and lead staff; and possess a current state Registered Nurse License (RN). At least one year’s experience in gerontological/ rehabilitative nursing with a bachelor’s degree in nursing or a related field is preferred. Current CPR certification is required.