MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (July 17, 2017) ─ The Goodman Group gathered with residents and family members, development, construction and design partners on July 14 to celebrate the ceremonial groundbreaking of Gardens at Terracina Health & Rehabilitation in Naples, Fla. The 30-bed, 30,000 sq. ft. Medicare-certified Transitional Care Unit will be a part of the Terracina campus and is scheduled to open in late summer 2018. The current campus includes Terracina Grand, an independent and assisted living community built in 2001, and Villa at Terracina, a stand-alone state-of-the-art memory care community built in 2015.
“We are thrilled to create a continuum of care and services at the Terracina campus with the addition of specialized health & rehabilitation services,” said Craig Edinger, CEO of The Goodman Group. “Gardens at Terracina Health & Rehabilitation will provide guests the opportunity to experience a refreshing alternative to traditional short-term care at a campus dedicated to providing superior clinical outcomes, life enrichment programs, and personalized care planning.”
Pictured left to right: Jay Waltbillig, Principal, Waltbillig & Hood General Contractors; Brian Hood, Principal of Waltbillig & Hood General Contractors; Mark Fisher, Senior Project Manager, JBG Design & Development; Tim Getty, National Director of Sales & Marketing, The Goodman Group; Shane Goodman, President, JBG Design & Development; Craig Edinger, CEO, The Goodman Group; Jay Salmen, Trustee; Burt Elmer, Director of Architecture, JBG Design & Development.
Gardens at Terracina Health & Rehabilitation will combine the latest in rehabilitative and skilled nursing within a luxurious, healing and spa-like environment. Featuring inviting and purposeful design, the new community will offer unique physical, occupational, and speech therapy spaces. A beautiful Tuscan-styled central courtyard will function as the easily accessible gathering space. In addition, an open-concept, chef-driven kitchen and bistro will serve delicious meals. In their large private rooms, guests will enjoy full-size bathrooms and kitchenettes.
Guests are typically admitted to a Transitional Care Unit for post-acute hospital stays when they require additional days for rehabilitative therapy and care to regain the strength to successfully be discharged home or to a higher level of care. The average of length of stay can range from 15 to 20 days, depending on the guest’s individualized care plan.