Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group Nursing Centers Awarded Deficiency-Free Survey

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Once again, multiple Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group rehabilitation and nursing centers in Massachusetts earned deficiency-free surveys from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH).

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Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group principals (L to R): Paul T. Caslale Sr, Richard M. Welch Sr., and Michael Welch

“A successful survey confirms the outstanding work that is done every day by our dedicated and caring staff, that not only meets state standards, but exceeds them,” says Richard M Welch, president of Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group.

Once again, multiple Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group rehabilitation and nursing centers in Massachusetts earned deficiency-free surveys from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH). In Massachusetts, a deficiency-free survey from the DPH is considered one of the foremost confirmations of quality care and services a skilled nursing center can receive. “For more than 65 years, the Welch Group has focused on providing the highest standards of care to seniors,” says Richard M. Welch, president of Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group. “A successful survey confirms the outstanding work that is done every day by our dedicated and caring staff, that not only meets state standards, but exceeds them,” he adds.

Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group nursing centers that received 2014 deficiency-free surveys include:

  • Bay Path Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Duxbury

    – 3 years in a row

  • Colonial Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Weymouth

    – 4 years in a row

  • Duxbury House Alzheimer’s Care Center in Duxbury

    – 5 years in a row

  • Hancock Park Rehabilitation & Nursing in Quincy

    – 3rd time in 4 years

The Welch Group recently celebrated several significant milestones this past year, including the opening of the company’s first nursing centers, John Scott House Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Braintree and Colonial Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Weymouth. They respectively celebrated 65 and 50 years of nursing excellence. Also celebrating 30 years of nursing excellence was Bay Path Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Duxbury.

The Village at Duxbury, owned and managed by Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group, marked 20-years as the first full-service retirement and senior living community on the South Shore of Massachusetts. The Village at Duxbury is the only continuing care retirement community from Boston to Provincetown to offer Garden Homes as well as independent living apartments. For more information about The Village at Duxbury call 781-585-2334 or go online at http://www.villageatduxbury.com

Additionally the company’s first of five assisted living communities, Allerton House at Central Park in Weymouth, celebrated its 15th Anniversary.

Innovation and quality care are the backbone of Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group – increasingly important with an estimated 72 million Americans expected to be 65 years old or older by 2030. That commitment has made the Welch Group a leading provider of continuum of care services to seniors and their families who may need housing or care options, including independent living, assisted living, short-term rehabilitation and long-term care, Alzheimer’s care, adult day health or home care services.

For more than 65 years, Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group has been providing continuum of care services to seniors and their families with residences and skilled nursing centers located in Brighton and throughout the South Shore of Massachusetts including Braintree, Duxbury, Hingham, Marshfield, Quincy and Weymouth. To learn more visit: http://www.welchhrg.com.

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