This 26,500 square foot facility in rural North Carolina provides an inviting place where frail seniors can come together and receive healthcare, wellness, therapeutic, nutritional and personal care services while enjoying social and recreational activities.
Jersey City NJ
Occupying 13,500 square feet and the entire third floor of the building, Lutheran Senior LIFE in Jersey City includes spacious dayrooms for dining and group activities, a gym for physical and occupational therapies, and a primary health care center.
Opening its doors to the public in October 2015, the Beacon of LIFE Center occupies 24,500 square feet of newly-renovated ground floor space at what was previously the Patterson Army Health Clinic at Fort Monmouth, a decommissioned Army base.
This 24,500 square foot office space was transformed into an attractive, inviting PACE Center, where seniors engage in a widse variety of wellness, social, recreational, nutritional and spiritual activities, as well as comprehensive therapy and healthcare
The renovation of this 18,000 square foot facility created an inviting place for seniors to come together and receive much-needed medical assistance. Highlights include an open floor plan, spacious and well-lit dayrooms, garden courtyards and a chapel.
West Springfield MA
Atop a tree-lined hill with scenic views, the Mercy LIFE Center in West Springfield has revitalized a formerly vacant elementary school campus. The 24,500 square foot facility is an affordable alternative for local seniors in need of healthcare.
This 17,300 square foot center completes a neighborhood plan envisioned by the Hispanic Association of Contractors & Enterprises over two decades ago, enabling families and their elderly parents to remain living together within the community.
This 15,500 square foot LIFE Center occupies a new one-story office building located in a small office park in Pennsauken, just outside of Philadelphia. It is distinguished as one of the first two PACE programs established in New Jersey by Catholic Health East.
Developed in what was once a racquetball club, this two-story building with 23,000 square feet of space was completely renovated and transformed in order to accommodate the diverse and specialized requirements of the PACE program.