Roosevelt Care Center at Old Bridge
*See special alternate route notice below
Today, a quiet Old Bridge hillside amidst a section of unspoiled forest is home to Roosevelt Care Center at Old Bridge. While the scenery boasts a rustic charm, the facility is still conveniently located near the intersection of Routes 9 and 18.
The Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders began construction on the 105,000-square-foot center in 2009, and Roosevelt Care Center at Old Bridge officially opened its doors in the fall of 2011. The intent was to extend all of Roosevelt Care's services to a more convenient location for South County families and residents.
Our private and semi-private rooms compliment the warm décor of the building and come complete with beechwood closets, televisions equipped with cable, as well as a double-sink design for each restroom. Our public areas on each floor are a string of diverse settings, both quiet and social, and can play host to a meeting of friends, a visit with family members, for reading, crafting or just plain relaxing.
The Old Bridge building was designed and certified as a Gold LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) building. That title is designated for buildings that take extreme lengths to minimize environmental impact. In Old Bridge's case, recycled materials were used for flooring, roof shingles and doors, the mechanical systems comprised of energy-efficient heating and cooling systems and building materials made up of products that emit no contaminants, all of which add to a healthier environment for our residents.
*ATTENTION VISITORS TO ROOSEVELT CARE CENTER AT OLD BRIDGE: Starting Monday, April 14, 2014, the Old Bridge Municipal Utilities Authority will be conducting sewer work on Texas Road. Local officials anticipate that this work will take six-to-eight weeks to complete and will cut-off one route to Roosevelt Care Center at Old Bridge, a section of west-bound Texas Road between Route 9 and Marlboro Road.
ALTERNATE ROUTE FOR NORTHBOUND ROUTE 9: Turn on the intersection just prior to the Texas Road turn-off by taking the jughandle for Route 520 (Marlboro Road).
ALTERNATE ROUTE FOR SOUTHBOUND ROUTE 9: Turn right on Route 520 (Marlboro Road), the intersection just after the Texas Road turn-off.
Roosevelt Care Center at Edison | One Roosevelt Drive | Edison, New Jersey 08837 | Phone: 732-321-6800
Roosevelt Care Center at Old Bridge | 1133 Marlboro Road | Old Bridge, New Jersey 08857 | Phone: 732-360-9830
Roosevelt Care Center is operated by the Middlesex County Improvement Authority