Eighty nursing homes in Massachusetts are among some of the best in the country, according to a new list out Tuesday morning from U.S. News & World Report. More than 19 percent of the 412 nursing homes in Massachusetts were included among the magazine’s Best Nursing Homes, including Grosvenor Park.
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Lindsey has continually demonstrated her commitment to high quality care. She has accepted a new role with high demands and is always willing to learn new things. Her follow-through and dedication to providing the best patient outcomes is seen daily. She anchors the unit and makes every day working with her that much better. We are pleased to nominate Lindsey for Most Valuable Employee.
Danielle was nominated by several of her peers and the management team. She began at Grosvenor Park as a CNA and transitioned to an LPN and is currently working towards her RN. She is kind to the residents and she treats them like family. Danielle does not get involved in any negativity and frequently will redirect staff that are negative which we think is a great quality and Danielle works all floors on all shifts and when the facility has a high volume of admissions she is willing to come down and assist. Danielle does the weekly return to the pharmacy to help return revenue to the facility and mentors new employees. Danielle truly leads by example and is a great addition to our Most Valuable Employee plaque.
Marissa Mears was nominated by several of her peers for being an outstanding lead CNA on the Phillip’s Unit. She assists and mentors new CNA’s, she is always kind and professional, and she notifies nurses and management of changes on the unit. We are lucky to her her and her positive attitude here at Grosvenor Park!
In October, the Swampscott resident will mark 14 years as executive director at Grosvenor Park Health Center, a rehabilitative and long-term care facility just over the Salem line in Vinnin Square.
It’s a 24/7 job in a 24/7 world, and being responsible for a healthcare facility means the world – federal and state authorities as well as residents and their families and the community at large – is looking over your shoulder all the time. Escalada said she would have it no other way.
Photographer Jeff Dykes’s collection of image making, “On to the Next, Looking Back,” will be on exhibition at The Gallery at Grosvenor Park from June 4 to July 7 in the executive wing of Grosvenor Park Health Center.
The Gallery at Grosvenor Park will display group watercolor show “Six Plus One: From Tentative to Bold” from May 1 to June 2, with an opening reception from 3 to 5 p.m. May 1 at the gallery, 7 Loring Hills Ave., Salem.
The members of the Swampscott Arts Association will display artwork at “The Magic of Winter” exhibit, which will run from Jan. 9 to Feb. 2, 2016, at The Gallery at Grosvenor Park, 7 Loring Hills Ave., Salem. The public is invited to an opening reception from 3 to 5 p.m. Jan. 10, 2016. The group, comprising members hailing from Marblehead, Swampscott, Peabody and Lynn, will show their most recent works in all mediums.