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1240 Brace Rd,
Cherry Hill, NJ

440-497-0962

Situated near historic Philadelphia, Symphony at Cherry Hill is a modern, vibrant senior living community located near Virtua Hospital, Jefferson Cherry Hill and Cooper Hospital as well as Cherry Hill Mall and Philadelphia Art Museum. In this secure, intentionally designed community with boutique amenities, residents receive individualized support from staff specially trained in dementia support, and enjoy seasonal, nutritious, chef-prepared dishes in the company of their neighbors. Additional services include housekeeping, laundry, maintenance and scheduled transportation to appointments and group outings. 

With meaningful opportunities for connection and specially designed engagement programs such as exercise, arts and crafts, music therapy and faith-based services, those living with memory impairment can experience greater well-being – and their families can experience greater peace of mind.  

Well-Being

Our Philosophy

We believe a thoughtfully designed environment filled with good neighbors and a caring staff, along with nutritious food, accessible exercise programs and opportunities to connect and engage every day, are the right combination for optimal living.  

For older people living alone, these important elements can become harder to maintain – making home a challenging, unsafe, even lonely place to be.  

That’s why we offer a community for older people where living is easier, surroundings are safer – and together is better.  

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Linda C.
Our father moved into Symphony in April and we are so grateful for the amazing dedicated staff. Thank you.
Stephanie Z.
Symphony at Cherry Hill was my dad's first home away from his home and while the transition took some time, he was happy there for just over a year. It's an absolutely beautiful building and there are some truly incredible people who work there... (Kyonia is simply the best!). While there have been some ups and downs during his time there and I ultimately chose to move my dad elsewhere, I would recommend Symphony overall. In speaking with the new executive director, Wes, a few different times, I truly believe they are trending in an upwards direction and have lots of good things in store for the future.read more
Krista W.
I applaud the efforts of Al Minicozzi in Symphony's Activities Department. Al has been coordinating FaceTime calls with our Mom each week. He has been very conscientious in making sure I get to speak to my Mom at a convenient time on Wednesdays. Al... is very personable during our Window Visits. His kindness and compassion he shows towards our Mom means the world. Al is an asset to your Team and facility.read more
regina B.
It is with great joy that I will be returning as Memory Support Director at Symphony. Due to an unexpected change I had to leave my position with the company in 2019. I am anxiously looking forward to continuing my journey with such an amazing team... of professionals. The leadership at Symphony exemplifies compassion and values great work ethics. I can honestly say the word “Team” could not stand stronger, in any other organization. I am happy to be back home and I look forward to working with a company where Excellence is their primary goal!!read more
Janet T.
This community is the perfect size for hands on memory support services. They provide personal touches to the residents by getting to know them prior to the disease process and developing activities that benefit the resident. They work to provide... purpose and meaning in that moment to improve the quality of life for their residents. Great job team Cherry Hill!read more
Kyonia F.
To My Entire Team at Symphony at Cherry Hill, we are almost at 2 years of being open and I must say that my team has shown especially during these trying times that we can anything! It has been a privilege working with you all from the management,... to the care partners, med techs, nurses, housekeeping, laundry, maintenance and activities. Let's keep the momentum going as we all get through these times together.read more
Tracy M.
In a very short period of time, Al Minicozzi in our activities department has become very important team member here at Symphony at Cherry Hill. Since day one Al has put BIG SMILES on our residents faces day in and day out. Al is truly as asset to... our team and the residents LOVE HIM! Big warm thank you to you AL!!!!read more
Mu W.
Facility is well run. Staff is attentive and caring. Memory Care is challenging and rewarding. Symphony’s residents require special considerations, and the skilled, compassionate care providers, go over and above to provide this. The nursing team,... Rebekah, the acting DON and her staff are ALWAYS available with informative patient review and updates. The receptionist Kyonia is pleasant, helpful and appropriate when receiving guests in the main lobby of the building. The facility, is the ONLY facility in Camden County, that has not had a case of COVID-19 with the staff or residents.The business manager, Tiffany, is wonderful very very helpful and always always available to give an enlightening experience.FYI: I am a visiting hospice nurse.read more
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