Monday, November 23, 2009

Construction of Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Facility

Another press release to share:

Village of Hanover Park Announces
Construction of Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Facility

The Village of Hanover Park, in conjunction with Church Street Station Properties, is pleased to announce construction of a state-of-the-art rehabilitation and skilled nursing facility in Hanover Park, Illinois. Located at 2000 Lake Street, the facility will offer 150 private and semi-private beds for area residents in need of acute rehabilitation and skilled nursing care services.

“The Claremont of Hanover Park” will feature programs designed to meet the physical and medical needs of residents requiring short-term physical, occupational and speech rehabilitation therapy, specialized memory care services for individuals challenged with Alzheimer’s or cognitive disease, an inpatient dialysis unit, private rooms and hydro therapy spas.

Opening is scheduled for Spring 2011 and will be the culmination of several years of planning and 12 months of construction. Agencies such as the Illinois Department of Public Health and the Illinois Health Facilities Planning Board played significant roles in assisting in the development and approvals for the new facility. Village President, Rodney Craig said, “The project provides a needed service to the community and the Village is pleased to have it as an adjunct to its economic redevelopment of the Lake Street District.”

The General Contractor is Skender Construction of Chicago. The Architect for the project is SAS Architects and Planners of Northbrook. Financing for the project is provided by the Federal Housing Authority, Private Bank of Chicago and Greystone Servicing Corp. of Warrenton, VA.

The developers for the project have a successful 30 year track record of providing high quality healthcare services for individuals in need of rehabilitation services and long-term care in the greater Chicago area. Four skilled nursing facilities operated by the developer received the 2009 Innovations in Long Term Care Quality Grant Awards from the Illinois Department of Public Health. The Claremont – Hanover Park will offer approximately 150 new jobs to local area residents.

For employment information or to be placed on a mailing list please call 630-556-2000.

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