The Meadows at Osborn Park

The meadows at osborn park
We are proud to be CMS Five-star rated
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The Meadows at Osborn Park will continue the tradition of excellent service to our community. We will respect and recognize each resident as an individual. Our professional staff will provide a quality environment for our residents and their families. We will value every employee for his or her unique and important contribution to our team. Each member of our team will take a personal responsibility to enhance the lives of those entrusted to us.

Choose The Meadows of Osborn Park for your Short Stay or Long Term Needs
HERE'S WHY
  • Round the Clock RN Supervision
  • Dedicated Infection Control Nurse
  • Dedicated Wound Care Nurse
  • Fully Functional Restorative Nursing
  • In House counseling
  • Secured Dementia Unit
  • Spacious Communal Dining Room
    (Great for Social Distancing)
  • Beautiful Outdoor Areas
  • Large Private and Semi-Private Rooms
  • Newly Remodeled and Spacious Therapy Gym

Serving the families of Erie County for over 145 years. 

The Meadows will be commemorating those lost to Covid-19 and thanking the dedicated staff who cared for residents during the worst of times in 2020.  
 
Barnes Nursery has donated a beautiful blossoming Dogwood, and Balconi Monuments & Countertops donated a lovely carved memorial stone for the base of the tree. The administrator and her partner donated the windchimes as a melodic remembrance. 
 
We will hold a small ceremony in the center courtyard on Thursday August 12th at 2 PM . Residents, staff and families are invited to observe. Lay Pastor Matt Wilson will officiate beginning with an ecumenical prayer. A cellist and violinist from Firelands Orchestra will accompany, and our very own resident Jackie Fox will sing Amazing Grace. Union President, Shay White will read poem "How Do We Go On" . Staff who worked through the difficult times will be invited to say a few words about their experience. Matt Wilson and the Fireland Orchestra String duo will close the commemoration.
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