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December 28, 2013

Santa Fe Health and Rehab commemorates New Year with celebrations, health tips for seniors

As the weather outside drops to finger-numbing temperatures and holiday season approaches, Americans everywhere have already begun their annual practice of celebrations and New Year’s resolutions.

No one is looking forward to the celebration of the New Year more than Santa Fe Health and Rehab. The entire nursing home has been beautifully reinvented and decorated in honor of the festive spirit of the holiday season. The environment around Santa Fe Health and Rehab has been attentively altered to contribute to the enjoyment of the holiday cheer. As always, the families and friends of all residents are welcome to join their loved ones in celebration of the holiday season.

“Not all of our residents have the opportunity to take part in the holiday festivities of the general American public, so here at Santa Fe Health and Rehab we do our best to bring the festivities to them,” said Kathy Ciresi, chief marketing officer at Advanced Healthcare Solutions, parent company of Santa Fe Health and Rehab. “In our line of work, there are few greater rewards than witnessing the happiness and joy the holiday season brings to all those under our care. Additionally we at the facility will be giving our residents health and wellness tips in honor of the New Year.”

All families and friends of staff and residents are not only welcome, but encouraged to take part in the elaborately planned festivities, including the annual holiday banquet and many celebratory events. Santa Fe Health and Rehab hopes all its residents, employees, and loved ones have a happy and healthy new year, and is looking forward to celebrating this year, and all the years to follow.

Santa Fe Health & Rehab is a 116-bed premier skilled nursing facility, specializing in dedicated treatment options for residents from short-term rehabilitation to long-term care. Located at 1205 Santa Fe Drive, Weatherford, Texas 76086, Santa Fe Health & Rehab provides personalized care for each resident. Santa Fe Health & Rehab offers the entire spectrum of physical, occupational and speech therapy and much more.

For more information on Santa Fe Health & Rehab, visiting hours, or general inquiries, call us at (817) 594-2786.

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