Joseph Golombowski, a resident at Cherry Hill Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Johnston, Rhode Island, is proud that his artwork was chosen to appear on the front of hundreds of Christmas cards.
Each year, parent company Life Care Centers of America invites residents in more than 200 nursing and rehab facilities to submit Christmas card designs, and one piece is chosen for each of the organization’s geographical divisions....
On June 7, 2015, five men and seven women participated in the Cherry Hill Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Johnston, Rhode Island, Buzz Off event and buzzed their hair to raise awareness for kids with cancer.
The One Mission organization’s Buzz Off campaign is active throughout the region. Teams form locally and host head-shaving events to raise awareness and funds, which go to local hospitals to help treat children with cancer.
Vincent Vacca, M.D., recently started as the first on-site physician at Cherry Hill Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Johnston, Rhode Island.
In this position, Vacca works with facility staff and other attending physicians in caring for patients. He helps new residents transition from the hospital, and being based in the facility enables him to respond quickly to medical changes or emergencies.
Michael J. Baccari stood alone looking at a plaque that had been affixed to a wall in his late father's memory. It was obvious he was emotional, especially when he glanced at the many pictures from his father's life...