Plans Approved for Ciena Healthcare SNF in Michigan
Ciena Healthcare can now move forward with its plans for a new skilled nursing facility in St. Claire Shores, Mich.
City officials recently approved an amended version of a proposal previously discussed in July, reports C&G Newspapers.
Georgia Hospital to Include Skilled Nursing Wing
A hospital coming together in Adel, Ga, will include a 95-bed skilled nursing wing.
Construction on the Cook County Medical Center is slated to begin next year, reports WALB News. In total, the hospital will cost $35 million to build.
Construction: In progress
$60 Million SNF Poised to Break Ground in New York
White Plains Healthcare Properties is joining forces with developer the Congress Companies and construction manager Consigli JV for a new rehabilitation and skilled nursing facility in White Plains, N.Y.
Workers on Sept. 7 will break ground on the $60 million project, will include 160 skilled nursing beds, according to a press release.
Chelsea, Mass.-based The Architectural Team is designing the new facility.
North Carolina Nursing Home Adding More Rehab Beds
Mountain Vista Health Park, a nursing home in Denton, N.C., is adding a new transitional rehab facility, reports the Courier-Tribune.
Workers recently broke ground on the project, which will expand the facility’s short-term rehab facilities with 12 private rooms. The project will also expand the nursing home’s therapy center.
First Phase of Michigan SNF and Rehab Center Nearly Open
A new SNF and rehabilitation center is slated to open soon in Kochville Township, Mich.
Great Lakes Rehab Center is scheduled to officially open its doors to the public on Sept. 22, according to MLive, a local news site.
The entire $35 million project will consist of a rehabilitation facility, pharmacy, senior living facility, and central office.
First Renovated Unit Complete at Long Island Veterans Home
A skilled nursing facility for veterans in Stony Brook, N.Y., has its first renovated unit.
Workers recently put the finishing touches on the modernized unit with a new nursing station, accessible dining area, and energy efficient lighting, reports NPR affiliate WSHU.
The New York Department of Veteran Affairs gave the SNF a grant of $12.5 million for the project. The overall renovation project is expected to wrap up by 2020.
Written by Tim Regan