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 services.

The new website also has rich content focused on its commitment to residents and the community they serve. The site goes live Wednesday, July 26, 2017 and is located at:

Additionally, online visitors will get a glimpse into resident life at the facility. Features of the site include information about community social activities, events, and amenities.

“This is a future home for someone, so it’s always good to have as much information as possible to ensure this is the right place for their needs,” said Capitol Hill administrator, Sharon Baker. “Our site has everything you need to know about our commitment to keep our residents healthy and happy.”

In support of the research process for prospective residents, the website provides the ability to schedule a tour of the facility or contact a team member to find out more information.

“This can be a difficult decision and we hope this site makes it clearer for our future residents and their families,” Baker said. “Having the right information makes going into long-term care a much smoother process.”

The goal of the new design was to create a website that was organized, mobile-friendly and simple to use for multiple age groups.

“People seeking long-term care today are more technologically savvy than the previous generations. They need options to quickly access information in a way that is convenient for their lives,” said Jeremy R. Alphord, Vice President of Marketing, Communications and Public Relations. “We’re proud to be able to deliver a site that not only looks attractive but helps our community make vital decisions about their health.”

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