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In Working at Stonerise | Posted June 27, 2022
Elizabeth Dauch, RN, CIC, Corporate Infection Preventionist at Stonerise, has been named a Veteran VIP in the McKnight’s Women of Distinction awards, a national award program jointly presented by McKnight’s Long-Term Care News, McKnight’s Senior Living and McKnight’s Home Care. The program, in its fourth year, recognizes women who have made significant contributions to the […]
In Working at Stonerise | Posted September 23, 2021

Celebrating 4,822 Years of Service!

Jessica Hudson, Chief Financial Officer
This fall, we proudly recognize 170 team members from across the Stonerise Network as part of the 2021 20-Year Club Program. The program recognizes team members each year with more than 20 years of service. This year’s honorees represent 4,822 years of service among them!
In Media Resources, Patient Care | Posted January 22, 2021

It’s Vital to Get Vaccinated

By Larry Pack, Stonerise CEO
This first appeared in the Jan. 21 edition of The Charleston Gazette-Mail. For the past 11 months, no matter who or how old you are, where you live, what you believe or what you do, defense has been the only option in the fight against COVID-19. While defense remains essential — wearing a mask, physical […]
In Family Caregiver Support, Patient Care | Posted January 18, 2021

Guardian Angels on Your Side

Cindy Wandling, MSN, RN, VP Clinical Quality, Transitional Care Centers
Families and loved ones play an important role in a patient’s health journey. Patients rely on emotional support, physical contact and feelings of being connected. It can be especially critical during a health transition or following a hospital stay. Even during the best of circumstances, uncertainty, poor communication or confusion can cloud the healthcare process […]
In Patient Care, Transitional Care | Posted December 9, 2020

Post-Surgery Therapy Care Gets Charleston Man Back to Living

By Jennifer Allman, MA, CCC-SLP, Director of Rehab, Stonerise Therapy
Post-surgery therapy care gets Charleston man back to living. Through focused occupational therapy and physical therapy with the Stonerise Charleston skilled nursing and therapy teams, Marcus worked hard for nearly two weeks on strength, mobility and managing his daily activities, like going up and down stairs. Stonerise offers innovative healthcare solutions to get patients back to health and back to life.
In Media Resources, Transitional Care | Posted December 7, 2020
SUMMERSVILLE, W.VA. (Dec. 7, 2020) Stonerise, West Virginia’s leading provider of clinician-led transitional care, and WVU Medicine Summersville Regional Medical Center (SRMC) are partnering to expand and improve healthcare to Nicholas County citizens as they age. Stonerise recently was awarded the opportunity to develop a new care center within the City of Summersville, utilizing the […]
In Stonerise Heroes, Transitional Care, Working at Stonerise | Posted November 30, 2020

A Tribute to Skilled Nursing Center Team Members and Patients

By Mary Ferrell, Vice President of Operations. Mary has been with Stonerise since 2015.
Anyone who has served as a loved one’s caregiver knows the true difficulty of that journey — the helplessness, the exhaustion and the frustration. For those of us who have been the patient, those emotions can feel very much the same. During the pandemic, as we all feel more and more isolated from family, friends […]
In Media Resources | Posted November 23, 2020
CHARLESTON, W.VA. (Nov. 23, 2020) West Virginia’s leading provider of clinician-led transitional care recently unveiled “One Stonerise,” an initiative to unify its branding and “Back to Health, Back to Life” positioning across The Stonerise Network, which includes Stonerise Transitional Care Centers, Stonerise Therapy, Stonerise Home Health and Stonerise Hospice. Stonerise Home Health serves 58 counties […]
In Patient Care, Transitional Care, Working at Stonerise | Posted November 18, 2020

Moving Forward as One Stonerise Network

By Larry Pack, Stonerise CEO
In 2009, Stonerise started with a handful of skilled nursing centers and today has a network of service spanning transitional care centers, home health, therapy and hospice. It has really been something to watch us grow the past 11 years. We started Stonerise with the idea of creating a better way to care for our […]