By SUSAN ROESNER, MSOL
Community Relations Manager, Lake City Place
WARSAW — Lake City Place Senior Living has received a deficiency-free survey from the Indiana State Department of Health.
The 39-unit assisted living community received this rare distinction following an impromptu, annual review, indicating that the facility provides the highest level of care. Inspectors evaluate things such as continuous quality improvement, personal care, environment, resident satisfaction and adherence to Indiana regulations.
Survey results and rankings allow individuals to compare various communities, providing a useful tool for making informed choices about selecting the best care and/or environment for the resident and their extended family members.
“Lake City Place Senior Living is a fine example of the Enlivant tradition of excellence,” said Leigh Brown RN/regional director of care services – Northern Indiana. “We congratulate the Lake City Place team on this tremendous accomplishment.”
Part of the Lake City Place campus, which offers licensed assisted living, situated on a campus featuring a wooded area, gardens and manicured landscaping, Lake City Place provides comfortable accommodations along with supportive services that maintain residents’ independence and well-being,” said Alex Germain-Robin, regional director of operations for Northern Indiana, Midwest division, Enlivant Corporation.
“Our deficiency-free rating is truly the result of a hardworking and dedicated staff who considers each and every one of our residents to be a part of our extended family,” said Rhonda Schifferl, executive director of Lake City Place. “We are honored to earn this distinction.”