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Statement from Capitol Hill Healthcare on confirmed COVID-19 case
Statement from Capitol Hill Healthcare on confirmed COVID-19 case

Montgomery, Ala. — Capitol Hill Healthcare has learned that one of our residents tested positive for COVID-19. The resident went to a local hospital on March 26 and was tested there. The resident is still in the hospital’s care and has been receiving excellent medical treatment. At this time, our heartfelt thoughts are with this

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Statement from Capitol Hill Healthcare on COVID-19 case
Statement from Capitol Hill Healthcare on COVID-19 case

Montgomery, Ala. — On March 23, 2020, Capitol Hill Healthcare learned that one of our employees may have symptoms related to COVID-19. The employee was last at work on March 16 and did not have any symptoms until March 17. On March 18, the employee received a COVID-19 test at an emergency testing site in

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An update on coronavirus (COVID-19)
An update on coronavirus (COVID-19)

Since news of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak became known in January, like other healthcare providers, we began monitoring this situation and educating ourselves about this new virus. To date, there have not been any reported cases in Alabama and our residents are not in immediate danger. However, we feel it is important to share reliable

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Capitol Hill Healthcare wins second statewide excellence award
Capitol Hill Healthcare wins second statewide excellence award

Capitol Hill Healthcare has been recognized as a 2019 recipient of the Commitment to Performance Excellence Award for its dedication to improving the lives of residents through quality care. The distinction is the first tier of three progressive award levels through the Alabama Performance Excellence Award Program (ALPEX). The program promotes quality and high performance

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Capitol Hill recognized nationally for improving quality of long-term care
Capitol Hill recognized nationally for improving quality of long-term care

Capitol Hill Healthcare has been recognized by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) for its achievements in the quality of care they provide. The 284-bed center accomplished three out of four national goals including improved customer satisfaction, functional outcomes (mobility) for residents and safe reduction of off-label use of

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Capitol Hill to hit the links in support of cardiovascular care
Capitol Hill to hit the links in support of cardiovascular care

Capitol Hill Healthcare is lending its help to raise funds for the Jackson Hospital Foundation. The foundation is holding a charity golf tournament this month to benefit cardiovascular care for patients at Jackson Hospital. Capitol Hill is a corporate donor for the Swinging Fore Healthcare event. It will sponsor a hole on the golf course

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Nursing home and rehabilitation program named “Best of the Best” in Montgomery
Nursing home and rehabilitation program named “Best of the Best” in Montgomery

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (July 29, 2019) — A poll of Montgomery readers has chosen Capitol Hill Healthcare and Rehab First as the “Best of the Best”in local healthcare. Montgomery Advertiser’s 2019 Readers’ Choice Best of the Best Awards named Capitol Hill as the Best Retirement Facility and the Best Respite Care. Rehab First was honored as

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Capitol Hill wins second national award for its quality care
Capitol Hill wins second national award for its quality care

Montgomery, Ala. (June 27, 2019) —Capitol Hill Healthcare has been recognized as a 2019 recipient of the Silver – Achievement in Quality Award for its commitment to improving the lives of residents through quality care. The distinction is the second of three progressive award levels through the National Quality Award Program, presented by the American

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A new queen begins her reign
A new queen begins her reign

Staff and residents at Capitol Hill Healthcare have welcomed a new queen. During an evening of elegance May 16, Etherine Lassister, 94, wowed the judges to become the 2019 Ms. Capitol Hill Healthcare. The former teacher was chosen based on a number of areas including presentation, biography and overall personality. However, it was during her

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Capitol Hill welcomes new administrator
Capitol Hill welcomes new administrator

Capitol Hill Healthcare is proud to introduce our new administrator, Michael Burnett. He replaces Sharon Baker, who served the Capitol Hill community for nine years before accepting a position with our parent company. Michael is a dedicated healthcare professional with 14 years of experience as a licensed long-term care administrator. He has been with Capitol

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