In the Pipeline: Trilogy Plots Monastery SNF
Trilogy Plans to Build SNF on Property Owned by Monastery in Indiana
Trilogy Health Services is looking to open a skilled nursing facility on a plot of land owned by the Monastery Immaculate Conception in Ferdinand, Ind.
The proposal calls for senior housing that would include skilled nursing, assisted living, and rehabilitation services, according to the Dubois County Herald. Local officials recently rezoned the land from agricultural to residential multi-family in preparation for construction.
Non-Profit Plotting $39 Milllion SNF in Pennsylvania
Non-profit nursing home operator Centre Crest plans to move its longtime Bellefonte, Penn., location to a new home with the construction of a new $39 million SNF in nearby College Township.
The new facility will have 240 beds and 66 private rooms, reports StateCollege.com, a local news site.
In addition to long-term care units, the new facility will include a dedicated short term rehabilitation unit, a memory care unit with a private outdoor courtyard, and a unit specialized for residents with higher acuity.
“Centre Crest was always known as the ‘county home’ and today, our plans show we’re transforming it into a ‘home for the county,’” said Betsy Boyer, Centre Crest board president, reports State College.com. “Today, residents want more from their nursing homes and we’re excited to begin building a facility for the future.”
Construction: In progress
Goodman Group Breaks Ground on Rehab Facility at Florida Community
The Goodman Group is adding a Medicare-certified transitional care unit its Terracina Grand community in Naples, Fla.
The addition, called Gardens at Terracina Health & Rehabilitation, will have 30 beds designed for post-acute hospital stays.
The addition is scheduled to open in late summer 2018.
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Written by Tim Regan