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Denver Life Care associates do Whatever It Takes during snowstorm

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Denver residents are used to snow, but not in the amount it fell March 13-14, 2019. With the bomb cyclone (comparable to a hurricane, but over land instead of water) hitting the area, some places got more than 10 inches of snow, and the low pressure associated with the system set records. Much of Colorado was snowed in.

In the midst of the challenging weather, associates at Life Care buildings affected by the storm stepped up to the plate to do Whatever It Takes And Then Some...

Hallmark Nursing Center named Mountain States Facility of the Year

Kailey McNerney, executive director, holds up the award.

On Aug. 27, 2018, Life Care Centers of America presented Hallmark Nursing Center in Denver with the Facility of the Year Award for its Mountain States Division.

The award was presented during the company’s annual management meeting at its headquarters in Cleveland, Tennessee. It recognized the facility as the premier location in the division...

The May 2018 Whatever It Takes And Then Some winners

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Leanza Ochoa, certified nursing assistant at Hallmark Nursing Center in Denver, Colorado, is always willing to help anyone who needs it. One of her patients likes to read books, and Ochoa often brings her books from home for the patient to read...

Hallmark Nursing Center earns perfect score on state survey

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Hallmark Nursing Center in Denver recently earned a state survey with no deficiencies.

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 2017 Whatever It Takes And Then Some winners

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Amanda Fisher, business office manager at Hallmark Nursing Center in Denver, went above and beyond for a resident who kept falling. The facility had tried several different interventions with no success. Fisher noticed that the resident was receiving packages about once a month and that the falls were happening on the same days she received the packages....