Mainstreet celebrates newest transitional care center
January 21, 2016
MOORESVILLE, Ind. – Hoosiers looking for resident-centered, state-of-the-art health care now have a new option in Mooresville.Mainstreet® and Trilogy Health Services are celebrating its latest development, The Springs of Mooresville.
Located at 302 N. Johnson Rd., The Springs of Mooresville provides transitional care (short-stay rehabilitation and therapy) in a service-rich environment. The property hosted a VIP ribbon cutting this evening.
Construction started on The Springs of Mooresville in March 2015 and the property is tentatively scheduled to open on Jan. 25. Mainstreet developed The Springs of Mooresville and Trilogy operates it.
According to Randall Bufford, president and CEO of Trilogy, “Our commitment to a servant leadership culture and our dedication to providing exceptional customer service that exceeds our customers’ expectations are the cornerstones of Trilogy’s operating philosophy. When you combine great services with a team of dedicated and compassionate caregivers in the Mainstreet Next Generation® model, the result is an outstanding senior living experience.”
With 70 beds and 48,034 square feet, the property boasts amenities such as a large therapy gym, an outdoor rehabilitation courtyard, a movie theatre, a game room, a spa and more. The property also offers a variety of dining options, including an on-site chef, a pub, a kitchen and restaurant-style dining. The project represents a total community investment of $12.9 million and created 250 construction jobs and 90-100 permanent jobs.
“We are transforming the health care industry across the country with our focus on innovative designs and hospitality-oriented care,” saidZeke Turner, founder and CEO of Mainstreet. “Our mission is to give aging Americans what they want so they can get well and get home. We believe The Springs of Mooresville is a perfect illustration of what health care should be.”
The Springs of Mooresville will host a community open house for visitors this Sunday, Jan. 24, from 1 – 3 p.m.