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Moving forward

Construction complete at new continuing care neighborhood at Eagle’s Trace

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November 20th, 2012

Construction of the new continuing care neighborhood at Eagle s Trace is complete, and the next step of moving in furniture and equipment is under way. We have our occupancy permits, and we re in the process of furnishing the neighborhood, says Executive Director Ben Cornthwaite. We re moving ahead and look forward to our grand opening in early 2013. The neighborhood will feature rehabilitative gyms, multiple dining venues, a salon, theater, courtyard gardens, a library, and spacious living areas. The new neighborhood will also offer private rooms for all four levels of care post-acute care, assisted living, memory care, and long-term care. Conveniently located on the grounds of Eagle s Trace, the continuing care neighborhood will offer personalized care from on-site physicians and registered nurses. Every step moves us closer to the opening, says Phil Shockley, associate executive director at Eagle s Trace. It s exciting to see it all come together.