The facility offers a warm and caring atmosphere whether the stay is to facilitate recovery or needing around-the-clock long-term care. Bethesda promotes independence of both body and spirit. Onsite chaplain services are available to all our residents.

Our highly trained staff of professionals provide more than just physical health care, we also offer a range of programs designed for maximum interaction, from dining to socialization and exercise – all delivered in warm, comfortable surroundings that cater to all parts of life, not just to those requiring medical attention.

Comfortable Accommodations

As a resident in our skilled nursing facility, you or your loved one will enjoy:

  • A private room regardless of payor
  • Open visiting hours
  • Medicare/Medicaid-approved
  • Team of healthcare professionals
  • Customized resident-centered care plans
  • Medication monitoring and administration
  • Social services and counseling
  • Registered dietitian
  • Physical, occupational and speech therapies
  • Personal laundry and linen services
  • Three daily professionally prepared meals served in a spacious dining room
  • Hair salon
  • Weekly Happy Hour


Our Directors of Culinary Services and their trained staff prepare specially selected menus. A registered dietitian ensures that all residents, including those with special needs, are accommodated. Our delicious and healthy meals are posted weekly. Of course, family and friends are always welcome.

Daily Activities

At our skilled nursing facilities, you’ll enjoy daily activities that encourage you to be at your best and have fun while doing them. Our programs include cognitive and social stimulation as well as recreational activities.


Each person entering Bethesda Home of Aberdeen takes part in an admission care conference.

The resident-family care conference assesses each individual and determines the preferences for dietary, activity and living arrangements. The resident’s ongoing care and well-being is documented in the electronic health record so information is accessible to those involved in the resident’s care.