Choosing the right senior care option can feel like an insurmountable challenge. However, for many folks in and around Princeton, WV, the choice is clear. Princeton Health Care Center has a reputation for compassion and competence. That reputation has been painstakingly built over the course of three decades, and as we approach our fortieth anniversary we are justifiably proud of the fact that we’ve given families and their loved ones the peace of mind that comes only with the highest standard of care.
We take pride in the work we do, and in providing our residents state-of-the-art care delivered with warmth and compassion. Our campus is in a scenic country setting and conveniently located in relation to Princeton Community Hospital and other healthcare providers.
Princeton Health Care Center is proud to be an independent, not-for-profit organization.
Choosing the Right Senior Care Facility
At Princeton Health Care Center, our approach to resident care is like a chain, or a complex net, where many practitioners bring their disciplines and expertise to bear on our residents’ needs. From activities to patient care, we approach and care for our residents as individuals, tailoring everything we do with the aim of improving quality of life and well-being. If you’re trying to find the right senior care facility for yourself or someone you love, please reach out to us to see how we can help.
Princeton Health Care Center admitted its first resident to its 120-bed facility in June 1981. At that time, our skilled nursing facility was owned by Princeton Memorial Hospital Company, an affiliate of Princeton Community Hospital (PCH). In 2005, Princeton Health Care Center received Medicare certification, in addition to its previous West Virginia Medicaid certification, for all beds. During 2009, Princeton Memorial Hospital Company changed its name to Princeton Memorial Company, to reduce confusion with PCH, and became directly affiliated with the City of Princeton.
From activities to patient care, we approach and care for our residents as individuals, tailoring everything we do with the aim of improving quality of life and well-being.