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Life Care Center of Pensacola supports children’s hospital fundraiser

Facility leaders at the Mall Ball

On Jan. 27, 2018, six members of the leadership team at Life Care Center of Pensacola, Florida, celebrated an early Mardi Gras at one of the biggest fundraisers in town.

The facility sponsored the silent auction table at the Mall Ball for the Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart in Pensacola. Each year, the local mall closes early on Saturday night, and several restaurants set up food tables...

Life Care Center of Pensacola collects 1,200 lbs of food for food bank

Left to right: food bank representative; Janice Montgomery, Resident Council vice president; Christy Dilauro, director of nursing; Jennifer Lindley, executive director; Lauren Sweet, admissions director; and Betty Fizer, Resident Council president

In November 2017, Life Care Centers of America’s Southeast Division challenged its Florida buildings to find ways to give back to their communities.

Life Care Center of Pensacola took that challenge and ran with it – collecting items for the city’s Manna Food Bank. The Resident Council participated, as well as associates....

Snow falls at Life Care Center of Pensacola

The snowman created by Kaitlyn Campbell, social services assistant

On Dec. 9, 2017, associates and residents at Life Care Center of Pensacola, Florida, got to see a rare sight – snow!

The day before, with the forecast calling for snow, facility leaders helped celebrate the winter novelty by making slow cooker hot chocolate and brining out cookies....

Japanese social work students visit Life Care Center of Pensacola

One of the students flashes a peace sign with resident Theresa Diamond.

On Nov. 28, 2017, Life Care Center of Pensacola, Florida, hosted approximately 20 Japanese social work students, along with teachers and interpreters.

The visit was part of the University of West Florida’s partnership with Saitama College of Welfare in Omiya City, Japan....

Life Care of Pensacola residents volunteer at Ronald McDonald House

Left to right: Resident Betty Fizer; Kenney Harris, activity assistant; Muridia Washington, activity director; and residents Beverly Osburn and Creola Wiggins

On Oct. 23, 2017, residents from Life Care Center of Pensacola, Florida, made a trip to the Ronald McDonald House in Pensacola as volunteers.

Four residents helped prepare a meal for the families who were staying at the house while their children were receiving critical health care at the local hospital....

Katy Fournie receives company’s divisional customer service award

Katy Fournie, occupational therapist at Life Care Center of Pensacola

Katy Fournie, an occupational therapist at Life Care Center of Pensacola, Florida, received Life Care Centers of America’s Southeast Division Whatever It Takes And Then Some Award on Aug. 16, 2017, for her dedication to customer service....

Life Care Center of Pensacola earns deficiency-free state survey

Life Care Center of Pensacola

Life Care Center of Pensacola, Florida, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility, recently achieved a deficiency-free state survey.

To pass the state survey each year, nursing facilities must meet hundreds of criteria. These address not only nursing care and resident safety, but also patients’ rights, food services, administration and the facility’s environment.

November 2016 Whatever It Takes And Then Some winners

Whatever It Takes And Then Some logo

Kathryn Fournie, occupational therapist at Life Care Center of Pensacola, Florida, went the extra mile for the facility’s veterans. As an active member of the Pensacola Quilters Guild, she initiated a project for the organization to make lap-sized patriotic quilts for the residents at the building who have served in the military.

Life Care Center of Pensacola receives Silver National Quality Award

Life Care Center of Pensacola, Florida, recently received the 2015 Silver – Achievement in Quality Award from the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living.

Life Care Center of Pensacola was one of only 125 organizations nationwide to receive this level of recognition this year.