The workers and residents at Hazard Health and Rehabilitation Center wanted to send a HUGE thank you to their Administrator, Charlotte Thornsberry. She is a great leader and is appreciated for everything she does.
Even the Easter Bunny had to be screened at the door at Hazard Health and Rehabilitation Center. Thank you to Charlotte Thornsberry, Administrator, for taking his temperature and Kim Mullins, DON, for making sure his mask fit just right. Residents thoroughly enjoyed seeing the bunny down the halls and handing out eggs, bringing smiles to…
Smiles from everyone at Hazard Health and Rehabilitation Center as they gear up for beautiful weather and Easter just around the corner. Perfect timing for spring during this trying time, hopefully bring more cheer with sunny days and flowers blooming.
With such a gorgeous spring day, residents and staff at Hazard Health and Rehabilitation Center spent their time on the porch taking the suns rays to cure the Monday blues. It was refreshing to sit in the sun and take in the cool breeze with the beautiful view of blooming trees.
On a rare sunny day in Kentucky this spring, residents and staff at Hazard Health and Rehabilitation Center took full advantage. They sat on the patio taking in the rays and beautiful temperature. Sometimes, it’s necessary to get out of the house and enjoy the sun.
A Staff Shout Out board was put up in the facility at Hazard Health and Rehabilitation Center. Employees are encouraged to join in and shout out a helpful coworker or someone seen doing an amazing job. “Sometimes you can’t see yourself clearly until you see yourself through the eyes of others.” Ellen DeGeneres
The Governor’s statement in today’s 5 pm press conference that a nursing facility resident in Perry County tested positive for coronavirus is incorrect. Per Scott Lockard, Public Health Director of Kentucky River District Health Department, the test in Perry County that Governor Beshear initially reported as positive, in fact, came back negative. Please see the…
April from the Perry County Health Department came for N 95 mask fitting for some of the employees. Thank you for helping staff at Hazard Health and Rehabilitation Center.
During this time, it is paramount to keep spirits up. Staff at Hazard Health and Rehabilitation Center decided to do a little something to try and cheer up their residents with song and dance. And even though March Madness has been cancelled, residents and staff still have plenty of love and spirit for their CATS.
So thankful for the families that are thinking of the staff at Hazard Health and Rehabilitation Center as well as their own family members. Together they will all get through this sad time. The facility wants to encourage everyone to call, send letters, face-time, Skype, email, or even arrange a window visit with family. Mailing…