Atria Bethlehem

1745 West Macada Road
Bethlehem, PA 18017
610.482.4249


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Supportive Senior Living in Bethlehem, PA


Located in a residential setting north of downtown, just minutes from Lehigh Valley-Muhlenberg Hospital and Lehigh Valley Mall, Atria Bethlehem offers supportive living in Bethlehem, PA. This vibrant community is tailored to active older people who want to spend more time doing what they love without the obligations of maintaining a home.

Here, each day is an opportunity to experience greater well-being. You can look forward to chef-prepared meals, engaging events and connecting with friends and neighbors, knowing discreet support from a professional, caring staff is available whenever it's needed. Take a morning fitness class. Explore your creative side during a painting workshop. Join an outing to the Pines Dinner Theatre. Simply unwind in your beautiful apartment.

Our talented 24-hour staff strives to exceed expectations every day. Nearly half of our staff has been with us for more than five years, and our management team has nearly 70 years of combined experience in the senior living industry. That experience matters when it comes to providing the highest quality independent living and supportive living services for our residents. Visit Atria Bethlehem today and discover the standard of quality that has made us one of the best senior living communities in Pennsylvania for more than 15 years. At Atria, the choice is always yours.

The Difference Between Personal Care Homes and Assisted Living Communities in Pennsylvania


Licensed as Personal Care Home, Atria provides amenities and supportive services tailored to meet individualized needs. This includes similar apartment layouts, scheduled social activities, chef-prepared meals, housekeeping, transportation services and assistance with activities of daily living and medication administration. However, due to state law, we do not offer skilled care services.

Atria offers physical, occupational and speech therapies.

Atria's collaboration with FOX Rehabilitation brings therapy to your door. Centered upon a proactive approach, FOX clinicians focus on improving strength, stamina and balance so you can continue to thrive.

Continuing to stay safe and vibrant - together

Belonging to a caring community is more important now than ever.
Although the COVID-19 pandemic brought difficultly and distance, we adapted, grew stronger and discovered new ways to connect - together.

Learn more about Atria's COVID-19 response
  • Vaccinations have begun

    Vaccinations have begun

    sleeve up campaign logoThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) considers Atria residents a top priority and has recommended that each individual state include residents among the first to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The first vaccines were administered starting on December 21 and clinics will continue through April. In addition, Atria now requires that all employees receive both rounds of vaccinations by May 1st. This is a critical milestone in the "Sleeve Up Atria" initiative, which is designed to vaccinate more than 20,000 residents and almost 12,000 employees across 25 U.S. states and seven Canadian provinces over the next several weeks.

  • Timely testing

    Timely testing

    With support from Mayo Clinic Laboratories, we have administered nearly 150,000 COVID-19 tests to employees, residents and third parties working in Atria communities. We continue to perform 4,000 to 5,000 tests a week, with a turnaround time of three to four days for results - faster than the national average.

  • Prepared with PPE and sanitizer

    Prepared with PPE and sanitizer

    When most of the country was experiencing PPE shortages, we worked with suppliers and chartered planes to ensure our communities had the supplies needed to follow safety protocols. We formed key partnerships to make our own gowns, hand sanitizer and hand soap to help keep supplies stocked.

  • Expanded telehealth

    Expanded telehealth

    To better protect residents from risks associated with hospital visits, we have outfitted our communities with equipment and technology - including smart TVs, BP monitors and pulse oximeters – for telehealth providers and local physicians to treat residents virtually.

  • In-apartment programs

    In-apartment programs

    During times of quarantine, residents enjoy fitness and learning opportunities, themed culinary experiences, guided meditation, indoor gardening and creative art projects.

  • Social distance dining

    Social distance dining

    Gathering with friends over a chef-prepared meal is one of life's simple pleasures. At select communities, small group dining options help residents enjoy both the food and the company of neighbors.

  • A breath of fresh air

    A breath of fresh air

    With face masks and proper social distancing, residents may stay active with walks, gardening and other outdoor pursuits. During times of quarantine, they can join walking programs accompanied by staff.

  • Fitness opportunities

    Fitness opportunities

    Residents stay active with daily fitness challenges, small group exercise classes in select communities and – during times of quarantine – doorway classes led from hallways and other common spaces.

  • Visiting in person

    Visiting in person

    Depending on state or local guidelines, family and friends can enjoy drive-up visits, gathering in designated outdoor spaces or visits inside resident apartments, all with proper PPE and social distancing.

  • Connecting virtually

    Connecting virtually

    Communities are equipped with tablets, mobile TV carts and conference lines to help residents connect with family and friends.

  • Staying up to date

    Staying up to date

    By logging in to the Atria Mobile app, families can easily see their family member's daily temperature readings and COVID-19 symptom check updates.

Floor Plans and Rental Rates

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