Heart disease and stroke remain the two top killers of Americans, according to the American Heart Association. Some research shows that heart-related deaths increase by 5 percent during the holidays, no matter where you live, and more cardiac deaths occur on Christmas and New Year's day than on any other days of the year, according to a study by the University of California, San Diego and Tufts University School of Medicine published in the journal Circulation.
A BIG thanks to Assisted Living Director Erica Mezick and the entire West Tower assisted living staff who obtained a perfect audit for Assisted Living from Ohio's Direction Home (formerly Area Agency on Aging).
Rockynol residents cheer on construction crew working on new assisted living building.
Rockynol Assisted Living residents "supervising" construction for our new Assisted Living Community.
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.
Mark your calendars for Sat. Nov. 15 as the spirit of giving continues at Rockynol with our Annual Wreath Festival fundraiser.
Rockynol Administrative Assistant nominated for Goodwill Industries of Akron Employee of Distinction Award
Congratulations to Rockynol Retirement Living Administrative Assistant, Debbie Collier on being nominated for Goodwill Industries of Akron's Employee of Distinction Award!
Join the Rocky Walkers team on Sunday, Oct. 5 for the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's. Help us to reclaim the future for millions by helping us reach our goal of $1,500 and 50 walkers.