Message on Hurricane Michael

Dear Family Member, Responsible Party, Signature Community;

Signature HealthCARE has activated our emergency response plan during Hurricane Michael. Signature HealthCARE teams diligently prepared to remain safe. Chautauqua Rehabilitation & Nursing elders and caregivers plan to shelter in place during the storm.

 

Signature’s Toll-Free Weather Hotline 888-743-9404 will be available and updated until the storm passes. Please remain patient as the storm passes. Our trained, dedicated stakeholders are working thoroughly to prepare and to protect our elders during this time. 

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Chautauqua Rehab & Nursing Earns Industry Honor

Advanced gold-qapi

Providigm’s Embracing Quality Awards Program recently awarded our team with its Advanced Accreditation honor. The industry award recognizes skilled nursing centers across the United States and Canada for achieving outstanding quality outcomes. Providigm’s Quality Assurance Performance Improvement program awards accreditation to top performing nursing homes and centers for a commitment to quality and excellence.

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An Important Message To Our Community About Hurricane Irma

Dear Chautauqua Rehabilitation & Nursing Community,

Signature HealthCARE teams and leaders are closely monitoring the most recent developments of Hurricane Irma. The safety and health of our residents and stakeholders remains our top priority throughout this storm. Our Toll-Free Weather Hotline 888-743-9404 will be updated every few hours.

Our dedicated staff, who are trained in emergency procedures, are actively preparing for Hurricane Irma and are in communication with local authorities.

We will provide updates to this page, the toll-free Weather Hotline, and our social media channels throughout the storm.

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Keep Calm and Nurse On

There will always be a nurse who does more than required and cares more than they’re suppost to. You all are the heart of healthcare. Happy Nurses Week.

An up close and personal adventure!

April 20, 2017 a group of residents and staff members from Chautauqua Rehabilitation and Nursing Center took off on a journey just north of Pine Mountain, GA to encounter one of the most unique experiences of a lifetime. Animals! Exotic animals! LOTS of exotic animals! The Serengeti Adventure is a 3-mile drive through section where you will have a chance not only to see, but also to feed and touch animals from around the world. The drive will bring you face to face with animals such as giraffes, zebras, buffalo, camels, a rhino and many more. After all that excitement time to wind down. Residents and staff members returned to their cabin for a cook-out and relaxation. 

Next stop Callaway Gardens. Callaway Gardens is nestled in the southernmost foothills of the Appalachian Mountains where man and nature can abide together for the good of both. Callaway Gardens has been open since 1952 and for more than six decades later, their retreat continues to offer solace, inspiration and discovery for all who come here. Speaking of discovery that brings us to our last stop before making our way back home. Butterfly Sanctuary to become a butterfly expert. Residents and staff learned all about these incredible creatures that hold captive our hearts as much as our eyes.

I would say the adventure was very successful, and we all can’t wait to return. Until then we have some pictures and memories to cherish!

Relay + Chautauqua Street Rats = The American Cancer Society

When you participate in a Relay For Life event, you become a vital part of the American Cancer Society: a volunteer. You are now part of an organization of 3.5 million survivors, patients, advocates, volunteers, caregivers, and researchers doing everything within our power to save lives. By selflessly devoting your time and energy through raising awareness and money, you become the voice of the American Cancer Society in your community. It’s a big job. And its not one that we take for granted. Chautauqua Street Rats fulfilled our personal goal to save lives and celebrate life. Every day.