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Community leaders celebrate new senior care expansion in south county

Pictured at Wednesdays ribbon-cutting ceremony for Charless Village are, from left: Bethesda board Chairman George Clements, board member Marian Clifford, advisory board member Kenneth Kolkmeier, board Treasurer Thomas Collins, Bethesda President and CEO Joe Brinker, Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, Charless Foundation President Sally Lilly, Bethesda board Vice Chairman John Rowe and Larry Hickman, corporate vice president, administrative and chief information officer.

Pictured at Wednesday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony for Charless Village are, from left: Bethesda board Chairman George Clements, board member Marian Clifford, advisory board member Kenneth Kolkmeier, board Treasurer Thomas Collins, Bethesda President and CEO Joe Brinker, Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, Charless Foundation President Sally Lilly, Bethesda board Vice Chairman John Rowe and Larry Hickman, corporate vice president, administrative and chief information officer.

St. Louis-based nonprofit Bethesda Health Group hosted a community open house Wednesday to celebrate the opening of Charless Village, an expansion at the Bethesda Southgate/Bethesda Terrace campus in South St. Louis County.

In an effort to continue to meet the needs of a growing senior population, Charless Village will offer dedicated short-term rehabilitation, assisted living and adult day club services.

Complete with 36 private rooms with private baths and showers, the state-of-the-art Bethesda Rehab & Therapy Center at Bethesda Southgate will offer rehabilitation care for seniors needing additional recovery after a hospital stay, according to a news release.

The $15 million project will also include an 18-unit assisted living apartment community and an adult day care center. Both will be new services added on the Telegraph Road campus, which already provides skilled nursing and memory care — Bethesda Southgate — and independent senior living — Bethesda Terrace — the release stated.

    Community leaders celebrate new senior care expansion in south county

    Pictured at Wednesdays ribbon-cutting ceremony for Charless Village are, from left: Bethesda board Chairman George Clements, board member Marian Clifford, advisory board member Kenneth Kolkmeier, board Treasurer Thomas Collins, Bethesda President and CEO Joe Brinker, Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, Charless Foundation President Sally Lilly, Bethesda board Vice Chairman John Rowe and Larry Hickman, corporate vice president, administrative and chief information officer.

    Pictured at Wednesday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony for Charless Village are, from left: Bethesda board Chairman George Clements, board member Marian Clifford, advisory board member Kenneth Kolkmeier, board Treasurer Thomas Collins, Bethesda President and CEO Joe Brinker, Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, Charless Foundation President Sally Lilly, Bethesda board Vice Chairman John Rowe and Larry Hickman, corporate vice president, administrative and chief information officer.

    St. Louis-based nonprofit Bethesda Health Group hosted a community open house Wednesday to celebrate the opening of Charless Village, an expansion at the Bethesda Southgate/Bethesda Terrace campus in South St. Louis County.

    In an effort to continue to meet the needs of a growing senior population, Charless Village will offer dedicated short-term rehabilitation, assisted living and adult day club services.

    Complete with 36 private rooms with private baths and showers, the state-of-the-art Bethesda Rehab & Therapy Center at Bethesda Southgate will offer rehabilitation care for seniors needing additional recovery after a hospital stay, according to a news release.

    The $15 million project will also include an 18-unit assisted living apartment community and an adult day care center. Both will be new services added on the Telegraph Road campus, which already provides skilled nursing and memory care — Bethesda Southgate — and independent senior living — Bethesda Terrace — the release stated.

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