Wellbrooke of Westfield, the new Center for Health and Wellness located in Grand Park, will celebrate its grand opening with an invitation-only ribbon cutting on Tuesday and open house event for the public on Wednesday.
Westfield Mayor Andy Cook and representatives from the Westfield Chamber of Commerce are scheduled to attend, along with Wellbrooke of Wabash partners Mainstreet and LCS to celebrate the occasion. The Center will welcome guests from Westfield and the surrounding communities for personal tours of the Center, as well as the opportunity to meet staff members and ask questions.
“The interest from the business community and the citizens of Westfield has been outstanding and we’re so appreciative,” says Wellbrooke of Wabash General Manager Phil Heer. “Seeing the finished product, and the reactions of those touring for the first time, will be exciting. I’ve had so many people comment to me already that it is unlike anything they’ve ever seen before.”
“This is a wonderful time for Wellbrooke of Westfield,” said Heer. “We are beginning to welcome residents to our service-rich assisted living apartments and long-term care suites, and guests to our rehabilitative care suites. The unanimous response has been one of great appreciation for our intense focus on hospitality-driven health and wellness services.”
Wellbrooke of Westfield is an innovative approach to the design and delivery of health care services for a new generation. The brand new Center offers 70 private and companion accommodations for physical, occupational and speech rehabilitation and long-term care as well as 30 service-rich apartments for full-time assisted living. The handsomely appointed design and hotel-like environment is designed to be comfortable and engaging with concierge-style services and amenities such as four different dining venues, a movie theater, fitness center and more. Wellbrooke of Westfield accepts Medicare and private insurance, as well as private pay, and welcomes admissions 7 days a week.
“Our goal with Wellbrooke of Westfield is to create a unique Center where seniors can receive the quality care they expect while living in a place they can really enjoy,” Zeke Turner, CEO of Mainstreet said. “Baby boomers are demanding the kind of high-end, hospitality-oriented amenities that Wellbrooke of Westfield offers. This is a meaningful paradigm shift and just one of the many Centers we are building to transform the industry across the United States.”
Wellbrooke of Westfield is a joint venture of LCS and Mainstreet who have engaged Life Care Services to manage the community. Life Care Services has more than 40 years of experience in senior living service and care delivery.
“We are thrilled that Wellbrooke of Westfield is opening its doors in our community,” said Westfield Mayor Andy Cook. “The Center is state-of-the-art and is a true testament to the quality of the staff and the services they provide. We look forward to their residents and guests enjoying all the activity in Grand Park.”