On Oct. 19, 2017, Life Care Center of Hendersonville, North Carolina, partnered with the Henderson County Emergency Management department and the Hendersonville Fire Department to complete an emergency drill.
The drill is required yearly by regulations (once per year for an evacuation drill and once per year for a tabletop discussion with county emergency management)....
Life Care Center of Hendersonville, North Carolina, recently got to be part of Narcia Ridenour’s amazing journey of recovery from partial paraplegia.
Ridenour suffers from scoliosis, a condition that causes the spine to curve sideways. In May 2014, she had her first back surgery, which was followed by another one in November 2014, another one in December 2014 and a fourth one in December 2015....
On April 4, 2017, Thomas Hager, executive director at Life Care Center of Hendersonville, North Carolina, won the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award during the annual American College of Health Care Administrators Convocation.
The award goes to administrators of facilities that meet eligibility requirements with regard to survey results, occupancy and quality measures....
On Dec. 6, 2016, Life Care’s Eastern Division held a banquet at Garden Plaza of Greenbriar Cove in Ooltewah, Tennessee, honoring one skilled nursing and rehab facility in each of its five regions. The awards recognize facilities for innovative programs in serving their communities.
Life Care Center of Hendersonville, led by Executive Director Thomas Hager, took in 11 evacuees from Hurricane Matthew.
Life Care Centers of America, the center’s parent company, runs three skilled nursing and rehab centers in South Carolina, two of which were under the state’s mandatory evacuation orders. Life Care Center of Hendersonville is hosting 11 residents from Life Care Center of Charleston.
After a fractured femur and hip surgery, Delores Braun came to Life Care Center of Hendersonville, North Carolina, for rehabilitation.
When she arrived on Feb. 13, 2016, Braun could only walk 40 feet with moderate assistance and a rolling walker, and she needed help to get from her bed to the wheelchair. She was wobbly on her feet, and she needed maximum assistance with daily self-care tasks like getting dressed.
Madeline Farrell was in a near-fatal car accident during the holidays 2015.
While Farrell survived, she suffered multiple breaks in her right arm and leg, and she spent a month in the hospital. She needed rehabilitation before she could return home again.
People come to rehab centers expecting to recover from injury or illness, but sometimes their experience includes more takeaways than simply health.
This was the case for Helen Graham, who came to Life Care Center of Hendersonville, North Carolina, for therapy and went home in late August after a successful rehabilitation with a new talent.