Lawrence Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center has been an integral part of the local community for over a century. As the result of a substantial bequest left by Colonel Daniel Morris to the Diocese of Trenton in 1898, the first cornerstone was laid on October 2, 1904. This began what was first known as Morris Hall Home for the Aged. A chapel was later added in 1910, and served as the parish church for Lawrence Township until 1938. Today, Lawrence Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center functions as a modernized facility which provides a continuum of specialized care that includes physiatry-led rehabilitation programming, occupational and speech therapies, and pulmonary and cardiac care. We aim to get our patients back to feeling like themselves and thriving in their daily lives as quickly as possible.
As a highly regarded skilled nursing facility conveniently located in historic Lawrenceville, our Marquis-serviced facility houses up to 120 residents with an outstanding team of doctors, nurses, nursing assistants, social workers, and other support professionals. Through 24/7 clinical services, a stimulating and varied array of daily activities, and a dynamic menu of tasty and nutritional cuisine, we provide our patients and residents with the care, comfort, and engagement needed to promote a healthy and happy lifestyle.
We seek to provide an all-encompassing rehabilitation experience for our residents, offering them transportation, medication and nutrition management, and constant top-quality healthcare. Comfort and personal wellness are supported through optional spiritual services and community events.