Learn more about Regina Health Center though past issues of our newsletter, The Heart of Regina Health Center.
June 28, 2019
Regina Health Center Ranks #3 in Ohio for Residential Care Family Satisfaction and #13 for Nursing Home Satisfaction »
Regina Health Center has again scored high in the recently released Ohio Department of Aging (ODA) Family Satisfaction Survey for both skilled nursing and assisted living. In the survey for residential care facilities (assisted living), Regina Health Center had a score of 97.4 out of 100, which is the third highest score among 743 total facilities. In the counterpart skilled nursing family survey, Regina Health Center had a score of 91.2 out of 100, ranking 13th among 986 total facilities in Ohio.
June 24, 2019
Regina Health Center Receives Circle of Excellence Award from National Nursing Administration Association for Deficiency-Free Rating »
The National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care (NADONA) recently awarded Regina Health Center with its highest honor, the Circle of Excellence Award, at a conference in Las Vegas. The award recognizes Regina Health Center for being one of only a handful of nursing homes in Ohio to receive a deficiency-free survey from the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) in 2018. Regina Health Center is a 5-star-quality skilled nursing and assisted living facility serving Northeast Ohio.
May 16, 2019
Colleen Corrigan Day Named Director of Mission Support and Donor Relations »
Regina Health Center has announced that Colleen Corrigan Day will be joining the ministry as the new director of mission support and donor relations. She has been working in the Holy Name High School Institutional Advancement Department for the past 10 years, most recently as director of alumni and special events.
April 19, 2019
Donor Spotlight: A Couple of Dynamic Duos »
The following article appears in the spring 2019 issue of The Heart of Regina Health Center newsletter... Dr. Elizabeth Macintyre and her husband Dr. Joseph A. Sopko are no strangers to the ministries of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine (CSA), which is why they decided to make a transformational gift to Regina Health Center (RHC). They chose RHC because they believe in the mission of compassion and care for elderly vowed religious, clergy and lay family members.