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Capitol Hill Healthcare attains top qualification in commercial food safety
Capitol Hill Healthcare attains top qualification in commercial food safety

Montgomery, Ala. (January 12, 2018) — When your facility is responsible for making about 700 meals a day, having extra expertise in food safety certainly helps keep operations running smoothly. The administrator of local long-term care facility, Capitol Hill Healthcare, has attained one of the highest levels of certification from the National Restaurant Association. Sharon

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Montgomery nursing home remains committed to feeding elderly in need
Montgomery nursing home remains committed to feeding elderly in need

Montgomery, Ala. (December 22, 2017) — The fate of federal funding for senior nutrition programs like Meals on Wheels may still reel in the political balance, community support to help our elder citizens continues to move forward. For example, Capitol Hill Healthcare in Montgomery has been donating weekly meals for seniors for more than 10

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Nursing home helps tracking program bring more loved ones home
Nursing home helps tracking program bring more loved ones home

Montgomery, Ala. (December 15, 2017) — Nothing can be more terrifying for a caregiver or loved one than the moment they realize an elderly person has wandered away and they have no idea where to look next. Between fighting crime, the aviation unit of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency works to bring the lost back

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Capitol Hill Healthcare helps kids to kick off the school year
Capitol Hill Healthcare helps kids to kick off the school year

Montgomery, Ala. (August 4, 2017) — Capitol Hill Healthcare opened its doors today to help children get the school year off to a great start. For the eighth year, the long-term care facility gave away school supplies and treated parents and kids to some family fun. Capitol Hill’s Back to School Bash provided about 200

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Mayor Strange visits nursing home to honor local senior
Mayor Strange visits nursing home to honor local senior

Montgomery, Ala. (July 26, 2017) — Marian Berry of Montgomery had a surprise visitor today who brought the gift of a lifetime. Mayor Todd Strange stopped in this morning at Capitol Hill Healthcare to recognize the 85 year-old for her past service to the community. She was the city’s first African-American female school patrol officer.

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Capitol Hill Healthcare launches website to make search for long-term care simpler
Capitol Hill Healthcare launches website to make search for long-term care simpler

Montgomery, Ala. (July 25, 2017) — Long-time Montgomery business, Capitol Hill Healthcare, will launch a new website aimed at educating the public about skilled nursing care options. This newly designed site has quick and easy access to essential information and features that offer a more comprehensive understanding of the company’s five-star long-term care and rehabilitative

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Mega Rule changes vital to empowering long-term care residents
Mega Rule changes vital to empowering long-term care residents

When an elderly person is admitted to a long-term care facility, most families want reassurance that their loved one will be provided excellent and dignified care in a healthy and safe environment. Due to physical or cognitive limitations, an individual that depends on others for their care can be at risk for mistreatment that can

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Long-term care residents need your help to avoid the Holiday Blues
Long-term care residents need your help to avoid the Holiday Blues

One of the joys of the fall and winter holiday season is the opportunity to spend extra time with family and loved ones. However, long-term care residents may find the holidays a lonely time of year if their close friends or family members have died or are unable to visit them. In such cases, it

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Mega-Rule: 30 Years in the Making
Mega-Rule: 30 Years in the Making

In October, CMS delivered one of the most sweeping changes to long-term care compliance in nearly 30 years and turned up the pressure on the industry’s already intense regulatory environment. Reform of Requirements for Long-Term Care Facilities, dubbed the Mega Rule, is effective Nov. 28 and is the latest in hundreds of compliance changes and

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