“We are very pleased to welcome King-Bruwaert House as a new member,” commented Jim Caldwell, Caring Communities President and CEO. “We share a common interest in providing the highest quality of care and services possible. We look forward to cultivating a positive relationship with the King-Bruwaert House management team as they pursue a strategic opportunity that will bring benefit to their community for years to come.”
King-Bruwaert House CEO Terri Bowen believes the membership with Caring Communities will help to position the historic and mission-based retirement community with expanded resources and risk management planning initiatives.
“The decision of our Board of Directors and leadership team to move forward with this partnership gives us an opportunity to enhance our risk management approaches through best practices and professional, specialized training,” Bowen said. “There is great benefit to collaborating with an organization that integrates services with exceptional senior care agencies. This is a way to incorporate best risk management practices for our organization that will benefit both our residents and staff.”
The risk management program will be overseen by Senior Director of Human Resources and Risk Management Nicole Slightom and Senior Director of Finance Judy Sanders.
Caring Communities represents more than 400 communities nationwide and is owned and governed by its members.
King-Bruwaert House has been providing senior adult care and services since 1933. Located on 35 wooded, scenic acres, our historic community offers excellent staff ratios, experienced, professional and tenured staff, an on-site medical clinic with board-certified geriatricians, on-site dietitian, licensed social workers, chaplain and a variety of fitness, wellness and spa services, as well as daily activities.