Laurel Health Care Company (The Laurels), a national provider of skilled nursing, rehabilitation, sub-acute and assisted living services with 44 facilities in five states, is proud to announce it has earned certification as a Great Place to Work® for 2020.Read More
The Laurels of Hudsonville, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center operated by Laurel Health Care Company (LHCC), was recently recognized as a Tier 3 Achiever by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living’s (AHCA/NCAL) Quality Initiative Program for its work to improve the quality of care for short-term and long-term residents.Read More
A total of 42 skilled nursing facilities operated by Laurel Health Care Company (LHCC) – a national provider of skilled nursing, rehabilitation, sub-acute and assisted living services – were recently recognized by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) for their work to improve the quality of care for short-term and long-term residents.Read More
The Laurels of Hudsonville is pleased to announce Michelle Castillo as its new administrator. A familiar face at The Laurels, Castillo has more than 20 years of experience with the company having previously served as a staff therapist and director of rehabilitation services.Read More
The staff at the Laurels of Hudsonville always look for opportunities to give back to others in the community, especially to those who don’t always get the recognition they deserve. This June, The Laurels of Hudsonville recognized courageous first responders by hosting an Appreciation Luncheon in their honor. Local police officers, firefighters and EMT’s were invited to enjoy lunch with the staff, or pick up a meal to-go. A variety of deli foods, along with an assortment of desserts and beverages were served in our courtyard, which was decorated in a patriotic theme to tie in the upcoming Fourth of July holiday.
All Hudsonville are first responders were welcome to attend the luncheon. Over 30 first responders had a chance to socialize with each other and our staff members. They were all grateful to be honored in such a way. Our hope was that the members of the police, fire, and emergency medical service teams realize how appreciated and valued they are in our community as they complete challenging daily tasks.