Muhlenberg Kindred NursingAlicia Hensley, Executive Director of Kindred-Maple accepts the Tier 3 Performance Improvement Quality Award at the 2014 American Healthcare Association National Convention. (Photo Courtesy Kindred Nursing & Rehabilitation)GREENVILLE, Ky. (4/4/14) — Kindred Nursing & Rehabilitation – Maple Manor of Greenville has been a five-star Medicare center for five consecutive years and counting.

The state of the art facility, located at 515 Greene Drive in Greenville, offers a wide range of care options.

Short-term rehabilitative care as well as long-term care options are offered at Maple. Its emphasis is on service – providing quality care in a home-like environment to allow for independence, and to enable residents to receive the medical care they need. Its service also includes restorative therapy patients require and the support they and their families deserve.
 
Maple offers physical, occupational and speech therapies. Kindred-Maple is one of three highly-rated Medicare certified nursing and rehab centers in Muhlenberg County, and is the largest center in the area with the highest acuity patients.

Working along with physicians, the staff at Maple – including medical specialists, nurses, nutritionists, therapists, dietitians and social workers – establish a comprehensive treatment plan to restore residents to the fullest practicable potential.

For additional information, call (270) 338-5400 or visit Kindred Maple online.

Kindred-Maple received a Tier 3 Performance Improvement Quality Award at 2014 American Healthcare Association National Convention for accomplishing the AHCA quality challenge to reduce anti-psychotic medications more than 15 percent, substantially decrease nursing turnover and increase customer satisfaction scores more than 90 percent in the "would you recommend us to a friend" category in 2012.

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