Methodist Retirement Communities Plans Texas Senior Living and Skilled Nursing Community
Methodist Retirement Communities has announced plans for a new independent, assisted living and memory care community in Fort Worth, Texas.
The community, Stevenson Oaks, will include 16 skilled nursing suites, 24 rehab suites, 159 independent living apartment homes with various amenities, 36 assisted living apartments, and 24 memory support suites.
Stevenson Oaks campus will feature multiple dining options and amenities, including a fitness center, auditorium, and dedicated spaces for various activities and wellness programs.
Wisconsin Veterans Home to Get $1 Million in Improvements
The Wisconsin Veterans Home at Union Grove, a campus that includes a 120-bed skilled nursing facility (SNF) in Dover, Wisconsin, is set to receive a million-dollar upgrade.
Local officials approved a redesign and rebuilding of the SNF’s nurses’ stations, reception desk, elevator cabs and roof, the (Racine) Journal Times reported.
Virginia Senior Living Community to Focus on Rehab, Skilled Nursing
A senior living community in Norfolk, Virginia, is set to switch gears.
The Sentara Village assisted living campus will be repurposed to focus on short-term rehab and skilled nursing, the Hampton Roads Business Journal reported. Sentara Village is owned and operated by Sentara Healthcare, a system of hospitals, communities and facilities in the Mid-Atlantic.
The community is scheduled to close by the end of the year for the repurposing. Design and budget planning is currently underway for the project.
Construction: In progress
Work Underway for $9 Million Healthcare Facility and SNF in Missouri
Construction is ongoing for a new Citizen Memorial Hospital campus in Stockton, Missouri.
Plans call for a $9 million healthcare facility with a 90-bed SNF and independent living community, reported the the Cedar Republican, a local news site. The new project will replace a current 75-bed SNF and 37-bed assisted living community.
The new SNF will also be designed to better serve Alzheimer’s and dementia care residents, among other improvements.
Written by Tim Regan