Regency Gresham Skilled Nursing has been awarded the Spectrum Excellence in Service Award by City Beat News, an independent third-party rating company.
Regency Gresham Skilled Nursing is a five-star rated skilled nursing home whose wide range of services include complex care for tracheotomies, wounds, tube feeding, and bariatric patients up to 500 lbs. Physical and cognitive therapy services are also available, with over a 90% return to independence success rate. They can provide both short term and long term care. Regency Gresham has also been given recognition in the past for their outstanding work with Medicaid patients, and by the Veterans Association for their work with veterans. They are a yearly participant in both the Alzheimer’s Association auction and the Snowcap Community Charities auction.
The Excellence in Service award is given to small to mid-sized companies which pass a vetting process wherein customer feedback is gathered and examined across a wide array of platforms, including surveys, social media feedback, and reviews. Only the companies which return the highest ratings are given the award. Regency Gresham was the only Skilled Nursing building in the Gresham area which qualified to receive the award.
Admissions Director Jonathan Stark said that the award was unexpected but that he staff deserved it. “Due to the dedication of the rehab team, I have seen incredible recoveries here—patients who have come unable to feed themselves have ended up going home walking on their own two feet, living independently.”
Regency Gresham is open for admissions seven days a week and accepts most insurances and payor sources. For tours or other information, please contact admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can view a video of their services here: https://thestarkeditor.wistia.