Filed under: Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing & Memory Care, Carson City, Gardnerville, Reno
- Mission Senior Living
- Carson Valley Senior Living, Gardnerville
- Fernley Estates, Fernley
- Skyline Estates, Carson City
- Summit Estates, Reno
Life choices are a right and we feel strongly about our residents having the opportunity to make as many positive personal choices as possible. We offer residents the chance to work with staff, their own families, and medical providers to design a personalized service plan to meet their unique needs interests and circumstance.
Our life enrichment activities are many and wide-ranging to encourage residents in participation which helps to foster strong connection with their fellow residents.
A sense of purpose, accomplishment, and value is “key” to everyone’s quality of life.
Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care
- Trained staff available 24 hours a day
- Visiting Clinical Staff
- Open area dinning with menu choices and snacks
- Weekly Housekeeping, laundry Service and Linen Changes
- Activities and outings including Exercise programs
- Fast Emergency response to any situation
- Utilities (excluding phone)
- Weekly trips to local Shopping
- Medication Management & assistance with scheduling appointments
- Beauty Salon on-site (Male and Female services)
- A choice of apartment sizes with full baths and kitchenettes
Skyline Estates – 2861 Mountain St, Carson City, NV. 89703 – (775)-885-9223
Fernley Estates, 1130 Chisholm Trail, Fernley, NV. 89408 – (775)-372-8625
Carson Valley Senior Living, 1189 Kimmerling Road, Gardnerville, NV. 89460 – (775)-265-1400
Summit Estates, 222 East Patriot Blvd, Reno, NV. 89511 – (775)-434-1880
“On November 16th 2016, the Nevada Caregiver Coalition held its annual luncheon at the Atlantis Resort and Casino to honor over (80) compassionate and dedicated caregivers, focused on serving the everyday needs of our area Seniors. Mission Senior Living, a private company solely focused on senior assisted living and memory care services nominated the following Caregivers from the Fernley Estates Senior Living and Memory Care community, located in Fernley Nevada:
Mission Senior Living, a private company solely focused on senior assisted living and memory care services nominated the following Caregiver from the Skyline Estates Senior Living and Memory Care community, located in Carson City Nevada:
Mission Senior Living, a private company solely focused on senior assisted living and memory care services nominated the following Caregivers from the Carson Valley Senior Living and Memory Care community, located in Gardnerville Nevada:
Mission Senior Living, a private company solely focused on senior assisted living and memory care services nominated the following Caregivers from the Summit Estates Senior Living and Memory Care community, located in South Reno:
“We thank the nominees for their dedication, commitment and compassion for serving our Seniors at the highest level.”
Regional Director of Sales and Marketing
Mission Senior Living
Filed under: Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing & Memory Care, Carson City, Gardnerville
EmpRes Healthcare is a 100% employee owned western company, providing management consulting and other services to healthcare communities that offer quality long-term care and specialty healthcare services.
The EmpRes Healthcare affiliated companies operate licensed nursing homes and assisted living communities in California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon and Washington.
We embody a spirit and value system that encourages loyalty, honesty and a commitment to caring. From our belief that people are always the number one priority, the EmpRes Healthcare companies are committed to:
- Caring about our residents, families, employees, and communities
- Excellence in service
- Treating our residents, families and employees with dignity and respect at all times
- Sound stewardship of our financial and human resources
Our Commitment to Caring
The mission of EmpRes Healthcare is to assist each individual resident to achieve his or her highest desired potential.
As an employee-owned company we recognize that our people are our most valuable asset. We honor their importance by our recognition that all employees be treated with respect and integrity at all times.
Achievement of any mission is dependent upon the financial viability of the company. We are dedicated to provide optimal value through effective stewardship of our human and financial resources.
We take pride in our motto “Our Commitment to Caring” as a means to attain our mission.
Customer Service: We treat everyone we encounter as a customer and strive to deliver excellent service at each encounter.
Accountability: We hold ourselves accountable for being stewards in all aspects of delivering customer-focused care and maintaining financial viability.
Respect: We respect our residents; they are our purpose. We respect our employees; they are the means to attain our mission.
Integrity: We maintain our integrity in the pursuit of our mission. We do not achieve results at the risk of compromising our integrity.
Nursing Excellence: We deliver quality care to enhance and promote quality of life by striving to constantly improve resident-centered outcomes and committing to enhancing each resident’s desired potential.
Growth: We are committed to continuous quality improvement of our clinical and financial systems, professional growth for our employees and the strategic growth and strengthening of our organizations.
Mountain View Health and Rehabilitation Center, 201 Koontz Lane, Carson City, NV 89701 | 775-883-3622
Testimonial: “I love this place and the people who work here! I just plain enjoy myself here!”
Gardnerville Health and Rehabilitation Center, 1573 Muller Parkway, Gardnerville NV 89410 | 775-782-6620
Testimonial: “I have never seen Mom look better.”
Ormsby Post Acute Rehab, 3050 North Ormsby Blvd., Carson City 89703 | 775-841-4646
Testimonial: “I couldn’t hope for anything better than what my dad received.”
Filed under: Apartments and Manufactured Homes, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing & Memory Care, Carson City, Reno, Sparks
At MorningStar, it’s in the air. In the very chemistry of the place. You can feel it. You can see it with your own eyes, every day: our staff flat out loving our residents, loving them like they do their own moms and dads.
Ken Jaeger, founder of MorningStar, proved his acumen for the senior living industry through 15 years of executive roles, garnering experience in acquisitions, construction and management.
In 2003, an idea began to take shape, a pressing dream to create his own brand of senior living defined by the human touch. “I wanted to re-create my grandmother’s house, a place where one can go and feel a sense of family.”
Ken had specific designs on how to foster the ultimate environment for the well being of seniors. Out of these convictions, he established three precepts for MorningStar: Honor God. Value All Seniors. Invest generously in his team.
From his first home in Denver, MorningStar Assisted Living of Littleton, the difference was manifest: all the amenities of a five-star resort infused with the warmth of a real home.
And now, ten years and 12 homes later, MorningStar has become a landmark name in senior living.
From independent living to assisted living, from basic care through Alzheimer’s support, MorningStar’s continuum of service allows residents to extend their stay until a diagnosis calls for 24-hour nursing. Through Respite Care and Day Programs, MorningStar also opens its homes for short-term stays.
Our website offers even more about the MorningStar difference. There you’ll read about WellStar, our signature program which encompasses the physical, social, spiritual and intellectual sides of wellness. You’ll see a gallery of our award-winning architecture and gracious design. And find a Decision Guide that helps families understand & navigate the complex world of senior living, complete with downloadable templates. Read especially “Testify to Love,” which captures the sentiments of residents, their families and our staff as to why we do what we do and the impact we have.
We see our residents as heroes—men and women who have exacted out of life all its triumphs and trials, who in raw courage and tenacity have invested their days. Seniors are a testimony to the colossal events in history. They’ve witnessed world wars and the worldwide web—all in one glorious sweep. If anyone deserves honor and respect, it is our seniors. This is MorningStar’s high and chosen calling.
MorningStar Senior Living of Sparks, 2360 Wingfield Hills Drive, Sparks, NV 89436
Filed under: Carson City, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Reno, Sparks
Northern Nevada Medical Center Announces New CEO, Alan Olive
(Sparks, NV) Northern Nevada Medical Center welcomes Alan Olive, MPH, MHA, as new CEO for the 108-bed hospital in Sparks, NV.
Born and raised in Reno, Olive has 19 years of healthcare leadership experience. He has served as CEO at northern Nevada hospitals including Carson Tahoe’s Sierra Surgical Hospital in Carson City and Renown South Meadows Medical Center in south Reno. He was also previously an executive with Providence Health and Services, based in Portland, Ore, and MountainView Hospital in Las Vegas, NV.
“Alan is an experienced health care professional with expertise in integrated health systems, project management, health plan partnerships, hospital operations, and physician relations,” said Karla Perez, Regional Vice President for Acute Care at Universal Health Services. “His experience and history in the Reno/Sparks area will greatly benefit Northern Nevada Medical Center and healthcare in the community.”
Alan earned a Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Brigham Young University and a Master of Public Health – Hospital Administration and Master of Healthcare Administration from Loma Linda University.
Northern Nevada Medical Center is a 108-bed acute care hospital located in Sparks, Nevada. NNMC’s tradition of providing quality healthcare in a comfortable, accessible environment means peace of mind for the thousands of patients served by the hospital each year.
NNMC is the only hospital in Nevada certified by The Joint Commission as a Primary Stroke Center as well as knee replacement, hip replacement and spine surgery. NNMC is also the first program in the nation certified by The Joint Commission in low back pain and is also an Accredited Chest Pain Center by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care. Northern Nevada Medical Center is owned and operated by a subsidiary of Universal Health Services, Inc.(UHS), a King of Prussia, PA-based company, that is one of the largest healthcare management companies in the nation.
Sierra Club Responds to NV Energy Proposal for Retiring Coal Plants
Coal retirements promising but questions remain on mix of renewables, energy efficiency, and gas
Carson City – A proposal being rolled out by NV Energy today in the state legislature would set new retirement dates for Nevada’s coal plants, including speeding up retirement of the controversial Reid Gardner plant. The legislation also increases new renewable energy and allows NV Energy to build several new gas plants.
In response, the Sierra Club Energy Task Force issued the following statement:
The Sierra Club welcomed news of NV Energy’s intention to retire the Reid Gardner coal plant by 2017 and to end its contract with Navajo Generating Station’s coal-fired power by 2019. The Club also expressed support for adding new renewable energy projects to replace some of the coal power.
“With this legislation, NV Energy unequivocally acknowledges that Nevada wants and needs to leave coal behind. Closing the Reid Gardner coal plant would clean up Nevada’s air pollution and reduce health risks for thousands of Nevadans,” said Jane Feldman, Sierra Club state Energy Task Force chair. “We strongly support closing that plant and fully cleaning up the site, including the polluted lands, air and water near the Moapa Band of Paiutes’ Moapa River Reservation.”
“Replacing that coal power with renewable energy will create jobs for Nevadans and a better future for our children. We are pleased to see additional renewable energy called for in this bill,” said Feldman.
However, Sierra Club said that concerns remain over NV Energy’s proposals to build new natural gas plants and suggested that more emphasis on energy efficiency and renewable energy is needed. “Energy efficiency can put money right back into the pockets of consumers every month,” said Feldman. “And if we build more renewable energy, costs remain stable for decades because the fuel costs for solar, wind and geothermal are free,” she continued.
Sierra Club is continuing to study the bill and will provide detailed input to the legislature as these proposals move forward.
Filed under: * AREAS, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing & Memory Care, Carson City, Gardnerville