Lynchburg retirement home dedicated $49 million healthcare center.

LYNCHBURG, Va. - A retirement community in Lynchburg is saying they’ve out-aged their current space and its time for something new.

Westminster Canterbury dedicated the Drinkard Healthcare Center on Thursday.

It took almost two years to finish the $49 million project.

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Living in the Heart of Virginia-LHOV: Westminster Canterbury

A special thanks to Living in the Heart of Virginia (LHOV) for having a discussion with us on the benefits of Person-Directed Care. Having this new healthcare building has been very vital to the Westminster community, and we are thankful that it was able to be conveyed to the Greater Lynchburg Community.

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History Video of Westminster Canterbury - Watch Now!

Westminster Canterbury-Lynchburg is a nonprofit, interfaith, Life Plan Retirement Community. The organization has more than 35 years’ experience creating the best possible environment for residents and follows a Person Directed Living philosophy for all services on its campus. 

 

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Household Coordinators lead transition into new Drinkard Healthcare Center

But how do you prepare your employees to work in a space they’ve never been in before?

How do you transition residents into their new home? 

While every member of the WC leadership has a role to play in helping the transition into the new Drinkard Healthcare Center to be as smooth as possible, there are two people that members of the healthcare team can rely on.

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A Vision Coming Together

New Progress on the Horizon for the New Healthcare Building

I had the opportunity recently to walk the construction site for our new healthcare center. It was exciting to see the plumbing, electrical and HVAC work installation on the lower levels of the building.

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WC-Lynchburg CEO Sean Huyett receives Vision Award

Making an Impact Through Inspirational Leadership and Vision

BY LEADING AGE VA

ROANOKE – More than 400 people gathered at the Hotel Roanoke to recognize the work and dedication of their peers during the LeadingAge Virginia Conference, June 6-8. Sean Huyett of Lynchburg was one of three honorees.

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