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During the first week of November, the team at Parkville Care Center celebrated the retirement of two long tenured members of the team with two parties. Those retiring were both Certified Nurse’s Aides (CNAs); Joanna Marchand, after 32 years of service and Gwendolyn Johnson, after 34 years of service. Employee longevity is a great testament to a quality workplace and a commitment to the teamwork needed to serve every day. On behalf of Parkville Care Center and iCare Health Network, we w…
Parkville Care Center Celebrates Bernadette Williams' 45 Years of Service to the Residents
August 10, 2021On July 20, 2021 Parkville Care Center recognized Bernadette Williams, a Certified Nurse’s Aide, for an incredible milestone of 45 years of service to the residents of the center, and counting! That is not a typo. Bernadette has been in service to residents and working alongside the team at Parkville Care Center and its predecessors since 1976. Pictured here are Bernadette with Miranda Wilmot, RN, Director of Nursing, and George Kingston, Administrator for Parkville Care Center.
Along with representatives from Hartford Fire Department and Aetna Ambulance Service, the staff of Parkville Care Center in Hartford held a remembrance ceremony for the lives lost during the Greenwood Nursing Home Fire in 2003. Parkville Care Center was formerly known as Park Place and prior to that, at the time of the deadly fire, was named Greenwood Health Center. Although the care center was not part of iCare until two years ago, staff, residents and community members feel its impact or were …
Crushing COVID: Vaccination Volume 3
December 30, 2020
Parkville Care Center Celebrates National Nursing Home Week with Superhero Day and 'Words of Wisdom' Week
May 15, 2020May 10-16, 2020 is National Nursing Home Week. What is usually a very festive week, full of Springtime activities like BBQs, picnics, Fairs and games for residents and staff has been much more muted due to the fight against COVID-19. However, there are still ways to celebrate the residents, staff and culture of long term care while remaining mindful of social distancing, infection control precautions and all of the challenges of life during a pandemic.