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SYLVANIA, OH (Toledo News Now) -
being open for just two days, the new rehab center at the Franciscan Care
Center in Sylvania already has a waiting list of people hoping to use the
brand new $6.5 million rehab center is bringing about 20 jobs to the area.
nursing field, the dietary field and the housekeeping field are all needed, and
we're hiring for those positions right now," said Laurie Stewart, director of
Marketing and Admissions.
a market study, the Franciscan Care Center saw a need for a rehab facility, so
they got to work.
asked,] ‘What does our community need? What are they looking for?'" Stewart
said. "When they come in that door, we have these care conferences with them
and we ask them, ‘What are your expectations?' And then after a short period of
time of them being here, we ask them again, ‘Have we met your expectations?'"
center has 25 bedroom suites for short-term inpatients. They will also take
outpatients. They will help anyone age 55 and over, and all religious affiliations
says they're excited to be in Sylvania and to help the local economy.
an organization, it's a great addition," she said. "Not only as a business, but
for the community. People are seeing that we are trying to help the community…We're
just growing and growing."