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Success Story

November 4, 2021 — We chose James W. as our success story for this month. He is a short term resident at CHNR. He brings many blessings to our building from spreading the Gospel, keeping a positive attitude, and encouraging our residents. James W. was admitted to Christian Heights Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for: Weakness after back surgery. This... Read More

Employee Spotlight

November 4, 2021 — Maintenance Director- Sonny Arrington We would like to welcome, and spotlight our new Maintenance Director Sonny Arrington to the Christian Heights team. Sonny has been here since August of this year. Sonny has been a huge part of our team since he first arrived. How did you get into this profession? I’ve been in this... Read More

Letter from the Administrator

November 4, 2021 — Hello everyone, and welcome to November. This is the month of Thanksgiving. Most people celebrate this day by getting together with family and friends, and having a delicious meal. Many people travel all over the country for large family gatherings, and many cities have eventful parades. There is so much to be thankful for. I... Read More

Turn Off the TV and Turn On Your Imagination

November 3, 2021 — Did you know…on average an individual watches at least four hours of television a day, which is approximately two full months of television each year? That’s a lot of screen time! There are many educational channels like National Geographic, History, Discovery, Animal Planet, and Science, however many of us tend to choose programs such as... Read More

Take Time To Get A Flu Vaccine

November 3, 2021 — Flu vaccines help to reduce the burden of flu illnesses, hospitalizations and deaths on the health care system each year. This season, all flu vaccines will be designed to protect against the four flu viruses that research indicates will be most common. Vaccination of people at higher risk of developing serious flu complications is especially... Read More

All About Diabetes

November 3, 2021 — Diabetes affects how the body handles carbohydrates, fats and proteins, and it can cause high blood sugar levels. Blood sugar levels are regulated by insulin – a hormone produced by the pancreas, which can depend on your eating habits. Diabetes is the number one cause of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). This disease is a condition... Read More

Train Your Brain Day on October 13

October 7, 2021 — We always hear about the health benefits of adding physical exercise into our daily routine, but what about exercising our brains? Keep your mind sharp by challenging yourself with brainteasers, trying new activities, and trivia. Here are some suggestions for staying sharp, or training your brain to get even sharper! Play online or download apps... Read More

Sweetest Day – October 16

October 7, 2021 — The first Sweetest Day in history took place in October of 1921 in Cleveland, Ohio. Organized by a committee of candymakers, all sorts of candies were delivered to low-income people throughout the city with the message that this Saturday in October was the “sweetest day of the year.” A recent trend has shown that more... Read More

Try Meatless Mondays during Vegetarian Month

October 7, 2021 — The meatless meal movement initially began during World War I when meat was scarce and was revitalized during WWII, so more meat could be allocated to the war effort. This meatless meal idea was once again revived in the early 2000s as “Meatless Mondays,” a health-focused marketing campaign for the USDA. The campaign centered on... Read More

Success Story Lisa B

October 7, 2021 — Lisa B was admitted to Christian Heights from Jenny Stuart Medical Center. During her first few days she made remarkable progress in her daily Physical Therapy sessions, which included general strengthening exercises and balance training exercises. Lisa said that PT was great! “I was sore and tired, but it was good” Lisa said that when... Read More