You’ve often heard the phrase, ”it takes a village to raise a child.” A similar analogy exists in the rehabilitation world as it takes a team, cohesively working together, to achieve a successful rehabilitation of a resident. Here at Maranatha, we have our own “Village” in regard to taking care of those we serve amongst our campus, as well as those within our facilities. The amazing “Village” we have at our Premier Rehabilitation building consists of a specialized team of doctors, nurses, aides, medication technicians, physical/occupational and speech therapists, dietary, social services, housekeeping, MDS coordinator, admissions, activities coordinator, billing specialists, maintenance and administrators. Without every member of this team’s valuable contribution, it would be nearly impossible to provide an environment in which an individual would receive a successful rehabilitation experience. These unique disciplines collaborate on a daily basis to ensure our resident’s are receiving the best possible care and reaching goals set forth to achieve positive outcomes for discharge into a more independent living situation. Our little “Village” goes above and beyond to meet the unique needs of our residents with the end goal of producing BIG life changing results. With an outstanding team of dedicated, caring professionals along with the peacefulness and tranquility of a quaint 100 acre campus, appropriate measures are in place to create and ensure a positive experience within our Village!
Esther Corey (left) and her late husband, Hugh Corey, ministered together for many years, as did Bonnie Wilkerson and her late husband,