The USDA Rural Development State Director Stan Gruszynski, will be in Southwestern Wis. to formally announce USDA’s support and approval of funds for the expansion and renovation the Schmitt Woodland Hills Retirement Community, creating a new state-of-the-art facility in Richland Center, Wis.
This event will be held on Wednesday September 18, starting at 1:30pm in the Schmitt WOodland Hills Retirement Community, located at 1400 West Seminary Street, Richland Center WI 53581
Schmitt Woodland Hill’s existing facility, constructed in 1964, is outdated and is unable to accommodate the increased needs of residents. In addition, there is an increase in the need for specialized care in the area, creating a skilled care bed shortage in Richland County.
The expansion and renovation of the Schmitt Woodland Hills Skilled Nursing Facility includes the construction of a state-of-the-art skilled nursing facility and renovations to Westview Assisted Living and Retirement Center. A newly constructed main street will link the entire facility together providing access to essential services and creating a welcoming entry area for residents, families and friends.
The improvements will enable residents and staff to live and work in a quality environment that focuses on resident dignity, privacy, rehabilitation, and choice.
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