Susan wears many hats in the nursing department covering admissions, discharges, insurance verification, billing, coordinator of labs, meds, doctors’ orders, appointments and medical records. Whew! For more than four years, she’s been the go-to for the team to creatively problem solve to better the stay for anyone in our nursing centers.
Mercy announced today that it has entered into a Care Collaboration Agreement with Senior Independence (SI) of Greater Toledo. This Care Collaboration Agreement seeks to increase the overall well-being of the patients through education and management of chronic diseases; reduce avoidable hospitalizations, hospital readmissions and emergency department visits; and decrease the overall costs of medical care.
Dr. Cleveland took on the role of medical director upon the retirement of Dr. Steven Cochran, who held the position for 36 years.
Rockynol Retirement Community recently celebrated the retirement of Medical Director, Dr. Steven Cochran. Dr. Cochran retired on Oct. 7, 2014 after 36 years as medical director, and 39 total years as a physician at Rockynol.
Rockynol Retirement Community broke ground on a new Assisted Living Center on Oct. 14. The $11 million project will include the latest in Assisted Living amenities and services, and a cooked-to-order kitchen with full-service restaurant style dining.
Senior Independence (SI) welcomed Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America (PMMA) as its sixth iPartner on September 1. PMMA operates 18 not-for-profit communities in Kansas and Missouri.
Partnering with the greater Toledo Senior Independence office, Evangelical Homes of Michigan provides home health services to three counties in southern Michigan: Hillsdale, Lenawee, and Monroe – all of which border the Toledo market in Ohio. The joint venture began providing services on October 6.
Mark your calendars for Sat. Nov. 15 as the spirit of giving continues at Rockynol with our Annual Wreath Festival fundraiser.
Mount Pleasant Retirement Village Partners with Scripps Gerontology Center of Miami University for Opening Minds through Art Program
Mount Pleasant Retirement Village is excited to announce their partnership with the Scripps Gerontology Center of Miami University in their Opening Minds through Art (OMA) program.
Did you know that Breckenridge Village is only one of a handful of retirement communities that offer Government Subsidized Housing? Because it is not a type of housing that generates a profit, many Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC) shy away from it.