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May 23, 2014

Health Dimensions managing Maria Joseph

DANVILLE – The Congregation of Sisters of Saints Cyril and Methodius has entered into an agreement with Health Dimensions Group (HDG) to provide management services for Maria Joseph Continuing Care Community effective May 19.

Maria Joseph Continuing Care Community, a non-profit community sponsored by the Congregation of Sisters of Saints Cyril and Methodius, has a long and rich history of providing a broad continuum of high-quality senior services. The community offers four levels of care allowing residents to age in a setting appropriate to their needs, while focusing on the wellness of mind, body, and spirit. The continuing care community includes: The Meadows: 100 independent living cottages and 12 townhouse units,  Maria Joseph Manor: 60-unit assisted living, Nazareth Memory Center: 24-bed memory care assisted living and Emmanuel: 90-bed state of the art skilled nursing and rehabilitation center.

“We are happy to draw on the expertise of Health Dimensions Group as they work with us at Maria Joseph Manor in our mission of compassionate and professional care for senior adults,” said Sister Michael Ann Orlik, general superior of the Sisters of Saints Cyril and Methodius. “The Sisters of Saints Cyril and Methodius are committed to our ministry of love and respect for our residents and their families, and believe that this move will allow our mission to continue into the future.”

Health Dimensions Group (HDG), one of the nation’s leading post-acute and senior living management and consulting firms, is a values-based organization with a nearly 25-year tradition of operating and managing skilled nursing and senior living communities.

“We are pleased to partner with the Congregation of Sisters of Saints Cyril and Methodius and greatly appreciate the enthusiastic support of the sister’s leadership and board of directors during this transition process,” said HDG Vice President of Operations Vicki Grant “We’re delighted and honored to be a part of the Danville community, and we look forward to furthering the mission of the sisters to ensure a successful and viable community into the future,” Grant said.

Health Dimensions Group is a Minneapolis-based, fully integrated senior living health care management and health care consulting firm. For more than 20 years, we have partnered with hospitals, health systems, and long-term care and senior living providers to help them meet the ever-changing needs in their markets and plan for the future, while maintaining a healthy bottom line. For more information, visit http://www.healthdimensionsgroup.com or http://hdgblog.com.

 

 

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