Life Care Center Of Hixson Wins Business Development Award Of Excellence

Wednesday, January 08, 2014

Life Care Center of Hixson won the Business Development Award of Excellence for Life Care Centers of America’s Cumberland Region. In December, Life Care’s Eastern Division held a banquet at the company’s headquarters in Cleveland, Tenn., bestowing honors on one skilled nursing and rehab facility per each of its five regions. The awards recognize facilities for innovative programs in serving their communities.

The facility won for its Live Well series of seminars. On the fourth Tuesday of each month, it hosts a free informational session on a health topic of interest to seniors. Topics have included nutrition, diabetes, supplements, fall prevention and hearing, among others.

“The Live Well program has been a great opportunity for people in our community to help better themselves and, more importantly, live well,” said Angie Stiltner, director of business development at the facility. “Knowing that we are helping people live well at home makes this program worthwhile for us.”

“Life Care Center of Hixson’s Live Well series is an excellent example of offering the community great education and information to help them enjoy wellness, which is exactly what our residents and their families are looking for today,” said Vicki Hood, division director of admissions development.


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