Pennsylvania CCRC Beefs Up Skilled Nursing Services
Loyalhanna Continuing Care Campus, a continuing care retirement community in Latrobe, Pa., is adding two dozen private skilled nursing rooms.
Workers recently broke ground on the two-story, 15,000 square foot addition, according to TribLive, a local news site.
Michigan SNF Hits Roadblock With Local Legislators
The developer behind a new skilled nursing facility in St. Clair Shores, Mich., is having trouble winning over local officials.
The St. Clair Shores city council held off on giving its blessing to a skilled nursing center being developed by skilled nursing provider Ciena Healthcare, C&G Newspapers reports.
The heart of the problem lies in a lack of information, officials said. A representative for the project’s architect didn’t have a color rendering or image of the proposal ready to present to the city council.
“What you’re telling us and showing us gives me no clue of what you’re going to do,” one city councilmember is reported as saying.
Ciena Healthcare may again present its plans to the city council in August. But, for now, it’s back to the drawing board.
Medistar Announces Texas SNF
Medistar Corporation is now designing a new transitional care facility in Humble, Texas, according to a press release.
The facility will have 70 beds for skilled nursing focusing on short-term rehabilitation care, 18 beds for assisted living, and 16 beds for memory care.
Construction is slated for completion in 2018.
StoneBridge Senior Living has finished a 38-bed addition to its Villa Marie skilled nursing care facility in Jefferson City, Mo., reports the Jefferson City News Tribune.
The provider, which mainly caters to seniors with Alzheimer’s and other kinds of dementia, held a July 1 ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening.
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Written by Tim Regan