Living Options

Providing a wide array of residential living options, including cottage homes in our Great Rock neighborhood, spacious apartments, personal care, memory support, and skilled care.

Campus Life

See what makes our vibrant, Christ-centered community so special and experience what we call the “Quarryville difference.”

Community Services

Offering a range of home care, rehabilitation, and wellness services as well as dining and entertainment options to the greater Lancaster County community.

Quarryville: Retirement Community in Lancaster County

PLEASE NOTE, DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19), OUR ENTIRE CAMPUS IS CLOSED TO VISITORS. This means ALL buildings, residential apartments, cottages, personal care, skilled nursing, and memory support facilities. If you have questions, please call 888-786-7331.

Since 1948, Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community has offered Christ-centered living, excellent care, and the freedom to explore new possibilities. Nestled in the beautiful countryside of Lancaster County, Quarryville is a community where neighbors become friends and friends become family.

We are committed to helping each resident live life to the fullest. We view retirement as an opportunity to embark on new adventures. You can retire the ordinary things in life—the lawnmower, the snow shovel, and the rake – so that you can nurture your passions and focus on what matters most: share your God-given talents, deepen bonds with family and friends, kindle interests or try out a new hobby, make new friends, or volunteer in the community.

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE

April 2, 2020

As of 5 p.m. Thursday, April 2, 2020, Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community’s campus will be restricted except for the following:

  • Residents
  • Team members who are scheduled to work
  • Pre-authorized family members providing care to a resident who has demonstrated a need for a “Family Caregiver” Pass
  • Authorized contracted workers
  • Emergency personnel

All entrances and exits to the campus are closed except for the main entrance on 625 Robert Fulton Highway. All residents and team members must enter and exit the campus at this location. The Wellness Center is now closed.

Any items that need to be given to residents can be dropped off at the Delivery Tent between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the entrance to campus and they will be delivered to the resident. Please see map HERE. In addition, residents are highly discouraged from leaving campus for any non-life sustaining reason.

We are actively monitoring all our healthcare residents and team members for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 and working with the Pennsylvania Department of Health, the CDC, and the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency and following their guidelines.

All residents living in apartments and cottages are encouraged to self-monitor for signs of fever, persistent cough, shortness of breath, or sore throat. If you have signs of illness, immediately contact your physician and notify the Healthcare Response Attendant by calling 717-786-5207.

Our team members continue to follow the CDC guidelines to reduce the risk of further spread of COVID-19. These include strict handwashing procedures, the utilization of personal protective equipment as needed, and social distancing. We strongly encourage residents to do the same — wash your hands frequently, do not touch your face, limit social interactions, and maintain a 6-foot distance from any other individual.

Healthcare areas, including Skilled Nursing, Personal Care, and Memory Support continue to be closed except for end of life situations as directed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health.

April 1, 2020

QPRC is committed to the health and safety of our residents and team members. We continue to actively monitor developments concerning the coronavirus, and our leadership team talks daily to review the latest information and recommendations. We continue to make changes and implement new policies to proactively safeguard our community.

The governor issued a “Stay at Home” order for Lancaster County on Friday, March 27th. Details may be found here: Stay at Home Order. Residents are encouraged to shelter in place as much as possible. Please do not leave the community unless it is critical to do so.

Our entire campus is closed to visitors. This means all buildings, residential apartments, cottages, personal care, skilled nursing, and memory support. Residents and team members must enter through the Long, McElwain, or Dyrness lobbies. You cannot enter through any other door. If you have questions or a family member is facing an end-of-life situation, please call 888-786-7331.

Residents and team members entering these buildings are screened daily with a temperature check and written questionnaire. Our team members continue to follow CDC guidelines to reduce the risk of further spread of COVID-19, including strict handwashing procedures, maintaining social distancing, limiting trips outside the community to life-sustaining needs, frequent cleaning of surfaces, and use of personal protective equipment as deemed necessary.

QPRC is actively monitoring our personal care, skilled nursing, and memory support residents for symptoms of illness. Residential living residents are encouraged to self-monitor for signs of illness including fever, cough, sore throat, and shortness of breath. If you experience any of these symptoms, stay in your residence and call your primary physician immediately. Contact the healthcare response attendant at 717-786-5207. Follow your doctor’s recommendations carefully. If you are struggling to breathe, call 911 immediately, then pull your emergency pull cord. If your symptoms gradually worsen, call your primary care physician.

Thank you to all our residents for your continued understanding and for following the safety guidelines. Thank you to our dedicated team members who are serving selflessly and with joy in their hearts. You are making a difference!

Finally, we rest in the knowledge that God is sovereign over all. Selah.

March 21, 2020

Message for team members from President and CEO Robert Hayward:

Message for residents from President and CEO Robert Hayward:

March 19, 2020

Thank you to all residents who were able to tune in to President and CEO Robert Hayward’s televised communication this morning. It is a joy to serve you.

The spread of COVID-19 is progressing as expected. QPRC believes we have taken all the measures we can to protect our residents.

Some reminders:

  • All meals ordered through Windows on Park will be delivered to your apartment or cottage.
  • Meals ordered through the Bistro must be picked up.
  • Despite our best efforts at communicating the closing of our buildings, some residents have already taken it upon themselves to let people in through the back doors. For the safety of everyone, please, please follow the directions we have given. ALL RESIDENTS MUST ENTER THROUGH THE LONG, MCELWAIN AND DYRNESS LOBBY ENTRANCES. Do not open any doors, including those at the main entrances, to anyone who does not live in that building.
  • Our dedicated Activities Team is coming up with creative ways for residential living residents to entertain themselves during this unique time of isolation. Please read the email that was sent. Perhaps you will learn something new you’d like to try or learn.

Thank you for your continued cooperation and understanding.

Finally, we rest in the knowledge that God is sovereign over all. Selah.

March 18, 2020

Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community is committed to protecting the health and safety of our residents and team members. Thank you for your continued cooperation and understanding during this unprecedented time. We are being faced with daily changes that impact all of us.

Current precautions and changes:

  • OUR ENTIRE CAMPUS IS CLOSED TO VISITORS. This means ALL buildings, residential apartments, cottages, personal care, skilled nursing, and memory support.
  • For residents and team members, badges will only work to enter through the Long, McElwain, and Dyrness lobbies. You cannot enter through any other door. We ask that you do not open side doors allowing people in at any time. Additionally, please do not let people in the main entrances after hours.
  • All residents are encouraged to shelter in place as much as possible. Please do not leave the community unless it is critical to do so.
  • Do not gather in groups of more than 10 people. Maintain a distance of 6 feet from any other person.
  • Everyone entering any of our buildings will need to have their temperature checked; this includes any residents going out of one of our buildings and returning.
  • Meals will be delivered by team members to all Residential Living residents, including cottage residents who have ordered meals.
  • All dining rooms are closed.
  • There will no longer be meal pickup at Windows on Park. Meals will be delivered.
  • The Bistro will remain open for pickup.
  • They Joyful Scoop is closed.
  • The General Store will remain open.
  • The Wellness Center hours (both fitness center and pool) will be reduced to those times when a staff member is present (Monday thru Thursday 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Friday 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.) The Wellness Center is available to residents only at this time. It is CLOSED to Great Rock Wellness members and team members.
  • The Tiffany Center physicians (Schmitt and Trost) will do well visits in the Tiffany Center. Residents with any symptoms of illness should call their physician.
  • Clips & Curls is closed until further notice.
  • For the safety of our residents, the Coatesville Savings Bank branch at QPRC will be temporarily out of service beginning Friday, March 20th at 6 p.m., until further notice. The ATMs will continue be available 24/7. Nanci Caskey, the bank employee usually at our bank, will stop by to pick up transactions a few times a week. You may leave deposits or requests for withdrawals at the Long Lobby reception desk. The transactions will be taken care of when Nanci picks them up. If you need immediate cash, you will need to use the ATM. People with CDs will be contacted by Nanci as CDs mature.

Please continue to follow basic standard precautions to protect yourself and others:

  • Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.
  • Cover coughs or sneezes with your elbow. Do not use your hands!
  • Clean surfaces frequently, including countertops, light switches, cell phones, remotes, and other frequently touched items.
  • Contain: If you are sick, stay home until you are feeling better. Consult your physician if you have questions.
  • Avoid contact with those who have travelled or come in contact with someone who has travelled out of the country or to an area where community-based spread of COVID-19 is occurring.

Please pray for our government officials, healthcare workers working tirelessly to keep us all safe, and for all the people working at QPRC and for the health and well-being of our residents.

Finally, we rest in the knowledge that God is sovereign over all. Selah.

Why Choose Quarryville?

Our beautiful campus is set in the heart of Quarryville, Lancaster County. This convenient location allows residents to enjoy the tranquility of small-town living, yet the metropolitan areas of Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington, DC are within easy driving distance.

The list of what to love about Quarryville goes well beyond our ideal location, great value and Christ-centeredness. You will discover a magnificent setting, spacious apartments, award-winning cottages, numerous amenities and outstanding care. Set aside the worldly cares of maintaining a house while living in the security of a respected continuing care retirement community (CCRC).

A Campus Designed for Extraordinary Living

We’ve designed our campus with you in mind, so you can engage in what matters most—extraordinary living!
  • Christ-centered environment
  • Enriching cultural programs and activities
  • Award-winning cottage homes and a variety of apartments
  • Wellness Center complete with pool, state of the art fitness equipment, jacuzzi, and indoor walking track.
  • Outdoor walking paths and a beautiful, serene pond
  • Supportive living services including personal care, memory support, skilled care, and dementia care
  • On-site physical, occupational, and speech therapies
  • Competitive entrance fees and refund options

“Very impressed with this nursing home. From the admission staff to the nursing staff they are top notch, caring, professional, dedicated people. Thanks for all the care given to my stepfather, during his last days. I am forever grateful.”

Mary, Family Member

“Originally, I didn’t know if I wanted to move to a retirement community because I thought I would lose my independence. That’s not the case here at Quarryville. One can be as independent as they wish without the problems of keeping a house and yard.”

Carmen, Resident

“I appreciate Quarryville’s Christian atmosphere, the multiplicity of things to do and the sense of security that one feels in having health care and support readily available right here on the campus should it ever be needed.”

Harold, Resident

“O God, from my youth You have taught me, and I still proclaim Your wondrous deeds. So even to old age and gray hairs, O God, do not forsake me, until I proclaim Your might to another generation, Your power to all those to come.”

Psalm 71:17-18 (ESV)

Experience Quarryville

To appreciate Quarryville, you need to experience it. Schedule a personalized tour of our campus for you and your family. We’ll answer your questions, show you around, introduce you to some of our wonderful residents, and explain how you can realize your vision of a retirement with spirit.