Spring Hills Somerset is proud of their accomplishment in being granted the distinction of Advanced Standing by the New Jersey Department of Health.
Spring Hills Somerset has proven their dedication to Caring with a Commitment to Quality by participating in the National Center of Assisted Living’s Quality Performance Measures Survey. This Advance Standing recognition means Spring Hills Somerset met the benchmarks for quality indicators as chosen by the Peer Review Panel of the Health Care Association of New Jersey Foundation.
Spring Hills Somerset provides premier assisted living in New Jersey. Located in Somerset County, Spring Hills is easily accessible from South, Central and Northern NJ. In addition, we are a supportive Alzheimer's care community. Distinguished among senior living communities, we demonstrate "Caring with a Commitment to Quality," by offering personalized Signature Touches, a set of programs and services unique to Spring Hills, along with all the comforts of home.
Practicing holistic health care, our experienced, professional associates are on hand 24 hours a day to assist you with your medical or personal needs. Our Director of Resident Care conducts wellness checks on a regular basis, to ensure that our holistic care continues to meet your changing needs.
The township is about 90 minutes from Philadelphia, about one hour from Manhattan and even closer to Princeton and Rutgers Universities. The township is also only an hour from beautiful seaside beaches and amusements. It is conveniently located less than ten minutes from downtown New Brunswick home of the State Theatre, George Street Playhouse and many upscale restaurants, the corporate offices for Johnson and Johnson, and it's the county seat for Middlesex County and of course, most notably, home to the main campuses of the colleges representing Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
Franklin Township (Somerset) is an attractive community representing many areas of single family and multi-family home dwellings but at the same time one is never more than a few minutes from bucolic views. The historic Delaware and Raritan Canal passes through much of the town, and it affords fishing, canoeing and other activities all year-long. There are several excellent Somerset County golf courses in the township, as well as a number of notable historic sites and commissions dedicated to preserving a rich history that began in the 17th century when Dutch settlers arrived. The Dutch Reformed Church is well established in the community as well as many other religious affiliations representing a myriad of cultures.
Franklin Township boasts a fine school system, is readily accessible by major highways, rail links, and nearby airports. It represents the best in suburban living while offering the convenience of nearby metropolitan and country get-a-way adventures!