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Long-Term Care at Good Shepherd Achieves Top Rating from U.S. News & World Report

Since its founding in 1908, Good Shepherd has had a long-standing tradition of providing outstanding residential care to people with disabilities. Good Shepherd’s two long-term care facilities – the Conrad W. Raker Center in Allentown and the Good Shepherd Home – Bethlehem – have earned U.S. News and World Report’s Best Nursing Homes highest rating – five stars – four years in a row.

Good Shepherd Specialty Hospital Celebrates 10 Years

Ten years ago Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network, responding to the requests of local acute-care hospitals, began providing a new level of care to a unique segment of patients. The Good Shepherd Specialty Hospital was the first long-term acute care hospital (LTACH) in the region to care for individuals who are medically stable, but who have complex issues, such as ventilator dependency, wounds that won’t heal or multiple serious injuries or illnesses.

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