LONGMONT — StoneGate Senior Living will conduct a grand-opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony for Accel at Longmont, a full-service senior skilled transitional care and rehabilitation facility.
The ribbon-cutting will take place at 5 p.m., June 5, followed by an open house until 7 p.m. at the 76-bed facility at 1960 Fordham St. It is part of the the Front Range Health & Wellness Center in South Longmont.
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Lewisville, Texas-based SG Development LLC developed the facility that will employ approximately 125 to 150 people and serve as an inpatient transitional-care center and outpatient center. The new facility provides transitional post‐acute-care services, including physical, occupational and speech rehabilitation services. The skilled-nursing facility also will provide respite care.
“StoneGate is thrilled to bring a state-of-the-art post-acute facility offering inpatient skilled nursing and inpatient rehabilitation services including physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapies to Longmont,” said Angela Norris, Stonegate’s senior vice president of business development. “We look forward to providing quality short-term, inpatient rehabilitation and respite services to adults for years to come.”
Accel at Longmont practices a “lifetime wellness” philosophy, with services that address spiritual, mental and social wellness for its patients. The facility will also focus on wound care, bariatric treatment, stroke and cardiopulmonary recovery, orthopedic care and infectious disease treatment.
All patient suites have flat-panel TVs, Wi-Fi and a high-quality dining experience, with meal service available in patient rooms and the center’s dining room.
Accel at Longmont’s advanced rehabilitation gym has modern equipment and technologies that help patients quickly complete post-acute rehabilitation.
Short-term residents will have access to activities such as community excursions, movie night, sporting events, table games, arts and crafts and discussion on topics of interest. Accel at Longmont also offers residents Bible studies, hymn singing and religious services, exercise groups, reminiscing activities and holiday celebrations.
The facility will accept private pay and Medicare.
StoneGate Senior Living has 44 senior-care and housing properties across Texas, Oklahoma and Colorado.