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Park Place St. John Awarded Gold Seal of Approval

(February 2020 – St. John, Indiana) Park Place Health & Wellness Center of St. John was recently granted re-accreditation as a Nursing Care Center from The Joint Commission, earning the prestigious Gold Seal of Approval,® as well as a special certification in Post-Acute Care. The Gold Seal is a symbol of quality that reflects a health care organization’s commitment to providing safe and quality patient care. Joint Commission reaccreditation is yet another validation of Providence’s commitment to excellence in care. An independent, not-for-profit organization, The Joint Commission holds health facilities to high performance standards, going far beyond what is required by the state in all areas of care. “Achieving Joint Commission accreditation is not mandatory,” explains Megan Tengerstrom, Vice President of Operations. “But Park Place Health & Wellness Center – like all of our Providence skilled nursing facilities – is happy to undergo this voluntary survey. It’s important to us that our residents and families can rest assured that our team has taken extra steps to ensure the highest levels of quality and safety.” The accreditation was received following a rigorous, three-day site review at the end of January. During the visit, The Joint Commission’s surveyor evaluated Park Place’s compliance […]

Victorian Village Awarded Gold Seal of Approval

(November 2019) Victorian Village Health & Wellness Center of Homer Glen was recently granted re-accreditation as a Nursing Care Center from The Joint Commission, earning the prestigious Gold Seal of Approval,® as well as a special certification in Post-Acute Care. The Gold Seal is a symbol of quality that reflects a health care organization’s commitment to providing safe and quality patient care. Joint Commission reaccreditation is yet another validation of Victorian Village’s commitment to excellence in care. An independent, not-for-profit organization, The Joint Commission holds health facilities to high performance standards, going far beyond what is required by the state in all areas of care. “Achieving Joint Commission accreditation is not mandatory,” explains Megan Tengerstrom, Vice President of Operations. “But Victorian Village – like all of our Providence skilled nursing facilities – is happy to undergo this voluntary survey. It’s important to us that our residents and families can rest assured that our team has taken extra steps to ensure the highest levels of quality and safety.” The accreditation was received following a rigorous, three-day site review. During the visit, The Joint Commission’s surveyor evaluated Victorian Village’s compliance with nursing standards of care, emergency preparedness, and environment of care in the […]

Providence Life Services Magazine:
Issue 3 of 2019

This issue of the Providence Newsletter features Torchlight, which is our our annual celebration of service. Torchlight’s 2019 theme is “A Legacy of Care,” where we will look back on the decades of care that Providence Life Services has provided. Also included in this issue the Grand Opening of Phase II at Park Place of St. John as well as wonderful story of how one of our residents at Victorian Village continues her lifetime of volunteer work. There is much more to discover so please click here or the headline to view the Magazine.

Providence Downers Grove Awarded Gold Seal of Approval

(July 2019) Providence Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center of Downers Grove was recently granted re-accreditation as a Nursing Care Center from The Joint Commission, earning the prestigious Gold Seal of Approval,® as well as a special certification in Post-Acute Care. The Gold Seal is a symbol of quality that reflects a health care organization’s commitment to providing safe and quality patient care. Joint Commission re-accreditation is yet another validation of Providence’s commitment to excellence in care. An independent, not-for-profit organization, The Joint Commission holds health facilities to high performance standards, going far beyond what is required by the state in all areas of care. “Achieving Joint Commission accreditation is not mandatory,” explains Megan Tengerstrom, Vice President of Operations. “But Providence of Downers Grove – like all of our Providence skilled nursing facilities – is happy to undergo this voluntary survey. It’s important to us that our residents and families can rest assured that our team has taken extra steps to ensure the highest levels of quality and safety.” The accreditation was received following a rigorous, three-day site review. During the visit, The Joint Commission’s surveyor evaluated Providence’s compliance with nursing standards of care, emergency preparedness, and environment of care in the […]

Providence Life Services Magazine:
Issue 2 of 2019

This issue of the Providence Newsletter features some of our volunteers, as well as an update on Phase II of Park Place of St. John. Read about our new Board Members and join us in our thankfulness for the service of our outgoing members. You may also enjoy an article about Park Place of Elmhurst resident Michael Harrington’s firsthand memories of the opening of the State Street subway in Chicago. You can also read one family’s experience working with our care navigation service, Providence Solutions. Click the headline to view this magazine.