Claremont Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (CNRC) serves Cumberland County residents and other persons who need and qualify for nursing home and transitional care (short term rehab) services.

Insurances Accepted:
CNRC accepts individuals who:
  •  receive Medical Assistance,
  • qualify for Medicare,
  • are covered by a Veterans' Administration contract,
  • are covered by an HMO or health insurance, or
  • have private funds available.
More Information:
Contact the Admissions Coordinator at 717-240-1963:
  • to receive information and/or initiate the admission process,
  • for answers to questions about CNRC, nursing home care and any aspects of the placement process, and
  • to schedule a tour.

The Admissions office is open Monday through Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm, with voice mail available at all times.  Administrative personnel are available seven days a week to provide you with a tour.

You may also email the Admissions officers at any time.              

Admission Application

Complete the Admission Application (pdf) for admission to the nursing home.  You can open the file using the free Adobe Reader.
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Admission Survey
Let us know how you came to select us.  Complete our brief fillable Admission Survey  (pdf). You can open the file using the free Adobe Reader.   
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   Please save the survey and email it to Helen Schultz.  
Special Notice: Options Assessment
When you make application to a nursing home, it is most important that you also contact the Area Agency on Aging in the county in which the applicant currently lives.

If an individual will require the state Medical Assistance program to pay for care either immediately or in the very near future, the applicant must have an Options Assessment completed by the appropriate county Area Agency on Aging. If the applicant has less than $15,000 in total liquid assets, you need to pursue this assessment immediately so as not to delay nursing home admission.

Contact the Area Agency on Aging and tell them you are completing a nursing home application. Request that they begin the Options Assessment program.