Map & Directions

Map & Directions to Inglemoor Rehabilitation & Care Center in Livingston, NJ

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Inglemoor Rehabilitation & Care Center
311 South Livingston Avenue
Livingston, NJ 07039
Phone: 973-994-0221

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Driving Directions from Us

Follow these easy driving directions to reach our Livingston, New Jersey rehabilitation and care center:

From Route 280:

  • Take exit 5A (Rt. 527, Livingston)
  • Take 527 South which is Livingston Ave
  • Travel 2 miles
  • Arrive at Inglemoor Rehabilitation Center on the left

From Route 78:

  • Take Route 24 West to exit 7C to JFK Parkway
  • After crossing South Orange Ave, JFK Parkway changes into South Livingston Ave
  • Travel about a mile past Hobart Gap Road
  • Arrive at Inglemoor Rehabilitation and Care Center on the right, just past the YMCA

From Garden State Parkway

  • Exit 145 to Route 280 West to Exit 5A
  • Take exit 5A (Rt. 527, Livingston)
  • Take 527 South which is Livingston Ave
  • Travel 2 miles
  • Arrive at Inglemoor Rehabilitation Center on the left

From Short Hills Mall

  • JFK Parkway North about 4 miles
  • Name changes to South Livingston Ave after Hobart Gap Rd
  • Arrive at Inglemoor Rehabilitation and Care Center on the right, just past the YMCA

From Livingston Mall

  • Take South Orange Ave East to JFK Parkway
  • Turn left
  • JFK Parkway becomes South Livingston Ave after crossing Hobart Gap Rd
  • Arrive at Inglemoor Rehabilitation and Care Center on the right, just past the YMCA

Testimonials From Our Patients and Their Families

It is an excellent care center, caring staff, clean facility, mom is happy and well cared for.

-Benjamin H.

The Best. BernardinoC was here for two months and received the most Loving Care.

-Mariazinha C.

This is an amazing place. The halls are so full of caretakers, you have to dodge them. What a warm, loving place.

-Brenda L.

I will begin by saying that the staff at Inglemoor are exceptionally skilled and competent in addition to being friendly and kind. This is true of the medical/clinical staff, rehab department, physical/occupation therapy department, recreational staff, social workers, and others. The dietary department goes above and beyond in providing food that actually tastes good. And the housekeeping department is diligent in keeping things scrupulously clean.

-Linda P.

This place is amazing, the caring and people make the place. All the nurses and aides are considerate, helpful and happy making this a wonderful place for my mom. My mother is more comfortable and happy and I am thankful we were able to get her in.

-Mr. Emen