PRINCETON — Liberty Village of Princeton has opened its new Bounce Back Neighborhood.
The expansion of Liberty Village is part of its continuum of care campus, said Lori Frick, marketing/sales director at Liberty Village of Princeton.
“We tell people to call ahead to reserve a room if they are having an elective surgery,” added Frick. “They can start their therapy. This area will accept Medicare and private pay short-term residents.”
The neighborhood consists of 13 private suites and 14 companion suites. Each suite has a flat screen television and a mini refrigerator. Three of the private suites also have a built-in lift in the ceiling for short-term residents who reside there while recovering from a surgery or an illness.
The neighborhood also has its own dining room, TV room and media room with a drop down screen and full kitchen.