Medford Leas mission and vision statement.
The Estaugh is a not-for-profit corporation, guided by Quaker principles. We are committed to providing a diverse and inclusive community of senior adults the means to realize the best possible quality of life, and to serving them with the highest level of care and respect.
- We maintain a community in harmony with nature that provides a healthful, caring, and secure environment in order to enhance to the highest possible level the physical, emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual well-being of each resident
- We serve our staff as a responsible employer
- We serve current and future residents by conducting our operations in an ethical and fiscally responsible manner
Medford Leas will continue to be a leading-edge senior adult community in the region, successfully meeting the total lifestyle needs of all its residents with innovative and highly valued programs, life enhancing and sustaining services, technological and environmental advances, up-to-date residential units, and well-equipped facilities, all in highly desirable arboretum settings. This vision will be achieved by the collaborative efforts of Medford Leas’ caring staff, involved residents, highly respected management team, and engaged board of trustees.
Medford Leas is sponsored by The Estaugh, a not-for-profit corporation founded in 1914 by the Society of Friends (Quakers). The Estaugh began its long history as a simple not-for-profit boarding home in Haddonfield, New Jersey, dedicated to providing care for older adults. In 1971, the expansion of this original mission resulted in a transformation and relocation from boarding home to the creation of Medford Leas Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) in Medford, New Jersey. Click here to learn more.