Once again, Elmhurst, The House of Friendship senior assisted living residence in Wheeling, has received a deficiency-free designation for 2017 from the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, Office of Health Facility Licensure and Certification, according to Jamie Crow, executive director.
Elmhurst, a non-profit, licensed assisted living residence, has 127-years of service of the area’s senior citizens. Today, Elmhurst offers housing with all amenities for women, men, and couples at its campus in the Pleasant Valley section of Wheeling.
The deficiency-free rating was awarded Elmhurst following a two-day licensure survey conducted by representatives of the state in March. Michael Barickman, president of the Elmhurst board of directors, commended Crow and the staff for its diligence in maintaining the quality of service Elmhurst provides to its residents.
“Elmhurst’s history and expertise in providing the highest quality care for our elder citizens is unparalleled. We’re proud to offer the finest amenities at affordable costs in an atmosphere that allows our residents to live safe, comfortable, and engaging lives in beautiful surroundings. Elmhurst’s also gives families sought-after peace of mind,” Barickman notes.