Swifthaven Community is a newly rehabilitated 49 unit Assisted Living Facility.
former St. Mary’s Hospital and, more recently, Welbourne
For some reason, when the building became Welbourne Hall the original red and cream brick was covered over with a hideous gray paint. This paint was removed in 2006 and the building restored to its former splendor.
The reconstruction project included the replacement of all the heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems, electrical wiring, plumbing and fire suppression systems.
The state certified assisted living facility has 49 units that include studios and one- and two-bedroom apartments that range from 350 to 650 square feet.
St. Mary’s Hospital, file on
Managed by Apex Management, Inc., of Sun Prairie
FORMER WELBOURNE HALL CONVERTED TO SWIFTHAVEN ASSISTED LIVING
Former St. Mary’s Hospital transformed; Welbourne Hall reopened as Swifthaven Community Assisted Living Facility. For some reason, when the building became Welbourne Hall the original red and cream brick was covered over with a hideous gray paint. This paint was removed in 2006 and the building restored to its former splendor.
Philosophy of Assisted Living
Swifthaven residents start with the essentials of home: Privacy, Freedom, and Comfort.
Residents live in their own apartments, furnish them as they please and come and go as they choose. To these essentials, assisted living adds around-the-clock caring. Residents can get help whenever they need it - with medications, bathing, and dressing. Meal preparation, housekeeping service, transportation, and social activities are all part of this lifestyle.
The goal is to meet each person's needs, even as those needs change, maximizing independence for as long as possible. At Swifthaven, we strive to promote independence, preserve dignity and offer choices that lead to happier living.
The privacy of individual apartments within an active community.
The freedom to come and go as they please with the peace of mind that comes from a secure environment. The comfort of their own home, with the reassurance of assistance on the premises around-the-clock.
The assisted living environment is more than housing. The facility makes it possible for residents to continue living comfortably in their own apartment even as their condition changes. Sensitive support is offered to residents who need additional care.
Swifthaven strives to help residents maintain independence and preserve dignity, while offering the choices that lead to happier living.
Swifthaven managed by Health Dimensions Group; name changed to Riverwood Assisted Living.
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