Mennonite Home Communities of Ohio has recently opened the new Transition to Home Rehabilitation Center at Mennonite Memorial Home (MMH) in Bluffton and is looking forward to expanding their compassionate staff by hiring State Tested Nursing Assistants (STNA) to work in the new Rehabilitation Center. The official opening of the new Transition to Home Rehabilitation Center took place on February 23 at an Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. People were encouraged to tour the newly renovated Transition to Home Rehabilitation Center as well as view the many other renovations that have taken place at Mennonite Memorial Home. Doug Luginbill, Director of Development and Church Relations at MMH said “We were very please that so many people from the community participated in the Open House/Ribbon Cutting ceremony. It was a great representation from the church communities, volunteers, past residents who had received some therapy before, and the general community.”
Mennonite Memorial Home is thrilled about the many renovations and updates that the entire building has received. Renovations include new paint, new flooring, new cabinets and appliances, as well as additional lighting to make it more open and inviting for the elders and therapy patients. In response to the exciting new updates and renovations, Luginbill said “Overall, the response from the elders who have gone through the Transition to Home Rehabilitation program has been extremely positive. They have appreciated the professional and compassionate care of the staff and enjoyed the new open environment and the private rooms.” If you would like to join the compassionate staff at Mennonite Memorial Home and have your STNA license, apply online at mhcoliving.org or at 410 West Elm Street in Bluffton.