Work starts on Muskegon nursing home

November 11, 2011 by , filed under: Nursing Homes 

A groundbreaking ceremony will take place on Sunday at 3pm.

Construction is set to begin on a 70-bed nursing home at Alzhimer’s treatment facility in Muskegon Township in Michigan.

The $8 million center, which is set to be built on Sheridan Road will comprise of 50,000 square feet of space and take 15 months to construct.

The facility is owned by Christian Care Inc and has been designed by Hooker De Jong Architects.

John Baker, vice president of the Christian Care board said: “We view this as a step forward in faith in Muskegon. This is a big undertaking, but the community needs it.”

Administrator at the facility Jan Clark said: “We are designing the new facility for residents with dementia. All of our staff will go through dementia ‘boot camp’ to make sure we are working properly with people with these needs.”


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