Oakcreek Nursing & Rehabilitation Announces Name Change
Oakcreek Nursing & Rehabilitation in Luling, TX is now operating under the name Magnolia Living & Rehabilitation.
April 25, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Oakcreek Nursing & Rehabilitation is pleased to announce that as of April 1, 2014 the name of the facility has changed to Magnolia Living & Rehabilitation. The new name was revealed to the residents at a family night in November after a Thanksgiving dinner hosted by the facility.
A grand re-opening of the facility took place on Thursday, April 3rd where Magnolia Living & Rehabilitation celebrated the name change with residents, staff, and members of the community. Guests enjoyed a barbeque dinner, live music and a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Chamber of Commerce. The event was a great opportunity for friends and family to mingle with the residents and employees and tour the updated facility.
The name change was a collaborative effort of the residents and staff of the facility. While there were several suggestions considered for the new name, the facility and its residents agree that Magnolia Living & Rehabilitation is a great reflection of the combination of short-term rehabilitation and the long-term living environment provided to facility residents. Administrator, Leon Evans couldn't agree more. "Magnolia is our home, and employees, as well as residents consider each other family. We uphold the highest standards and strive to be a leader in the local community."
Magnolia Living and Rehabilitation is a skilled nursing facility located in Luling, Texas that offers a living alternative for those unable to care for themselves. We offer a wide array of health, rehabilitation, dietary, and social services for short and long term stays. The facility is licensed by the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services and participates in both Medicare and Medicaid. Magnolia is licensed for 96 beds, with a team that is equipped to accommodate the individual needs of each resident.
For more information about Magnolia Nursing and Rehabilitation, visit MagnoliaLR.com or call (830) 875-5606.