Wesleyan Village


Wyndmoor Hills Campus boasts a long and rich history. In 1877 the property was originally donated by William Bucknell to build a new hospital building for the Rehab Hospital/House of Mercy – the first tuberculosis institution in the US then located on Spruce Street. The new structure was called the Shields Building in the Rehab Hospital, as the funds came from a bequest by Mary Shields to build a Home for Consumptives. In 1957, the hospital’s focus changed from tuberculosis to physical rehabilitation, and it was renamed All Saints’ Rehabilitation Hospital. In 1987 the campus was purchased from Episcopal Community Services by Chestnut Hill Hospital Health Care and the name was changed to Chestnut Hill Rehabilitation Hospital. In 2007, it was purchased by Traditions Healthcare and it became Montgomery Rehabilitation Center. Finally, in 2008 it was purchased by Skyline Healthcare. Today it is renowned as Wyndmoor Hills Premier Subacute Center.

Springfield Senior Living, originally Springfield Retirement Residence, was built in 1975 by Episcopal Community Services as a continuing care retirement community (CCRC), offering a secure independent living environment for area Seniors. With Skyline Healthcare currently at the helm of Springfield Senior Living, the entire community is undergoing an extensive overhaul and will feature newly designed and renovated apartments and public areas.

In 1994, Evergreen Adult Day Program was opened to provide quality day services for seniors living at home. Evergreen specializes in seniors with memory impairment and offers a safe, comfortable alternative to private duty in-home care.

Skyline Healthcare is a healthcare management firm comprised of experts in myriad health- and finance-related fields. Skyline’s management team has serviced the healthcare industry for close to two decades and possesses a unique handle on the diverse needs of their facilities’ employees, residents, and families.