It’s true that there’s no place like home for the holidays, especially if you’ve traveled a long distance to visit loved ones. But what happens when your aging family members or friends are showing signs of declining physical, mental or emotional health?
We had our annual "Let's Make and Eat A Super Bowl Of Soup Day" as some look forward to the Super Bowl this weekend.
Lincoln Park Manor is proud to announce the promotion of Victoria Gingerich, BSN, RN to Director of Nursing!
Our new design creates an “open area concept” that allows patients and families to interact with their nurse in a personal/more confidential manner.
This is in contrast to our previous design that created a barrier which made it more difficult to access patients and communicate efficiently.
When designing our new space we created a test/mock station to gather practical application suggestions from those who use the space daily. Features utilized in the old design were carried forward and other aspects were invented to give us a perfectly blended space. The “Stand-up desk design” is a good example of how the space was enhanced to promote wellness and productivity. Furthermore, the new configuration allows our nurses and clinical staff to
work together in a central location while providing easier access to hallways and patient rooms.
The nurses station now accommodates all types of interaction and workflow needs. Our new environment encourages enhanced collaboration and allows practical storage and intense focus in multiple areas.
The Nurses Station Renovation is just another example of our commitment to provide an exceptional environment centered on care, compassion, and communication.
We are proud to serve the Miami Valley and are dedicated to excellence.
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We always encourage our residents and family members to share their thoughts about the experience they have had with us on social media, google, etc ...and we would like to share a few of those with you...
“LINCOLN PARK MANOR REHAB GAVE ME MY LIFE BACK"
We hear this from patients every day around here at Lincoln Park Manor.
Recovering from a lower extremity orthopedic condition like a hip replacement can be challenging due to the impacts relating to pain, mobility, self-care and wound management. The keys to minimizing the patient length of stay and to ensure a successful home return, are to make sure that you choose a Skilled Nursing / Rehabilitation Center that demonstrates its commitment and ability to providing customized care, specifically focused on the needs of a lower extremity condition.
Medical Director, Dr. Louis Heckman, is highly respected in the community and leads our team of physicians.
REHABILITATION “80 is the new 65”
What this means for Seniors & Rehab
Times are changing. Literally.
MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICE IN SENIOR CARE AND HOUSING FOR YOUR LOVED ONES
At Lincoln Park Manor we want you to make the right choice for the senior housing and care of your loved ones. Our community will provide them with the outstanding care
they deserve in an environment they will enjoy.