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Hopkins County Chamber Welcomes the New ‘Bridge to Home’ Rehabilitation Unit

HOPKINS COUNTY, Ky. (8/15/13) – The Madisonville – Hopkins County Chamber Of Commerce held a ribbon cutting today for the new “Bridge to Home” Short-term Rehabilitation at Ridgewood Terrace.
 
Ridgewood Terrace specializes in-house rehabilitation services including speech/language, physical, occupational, restorative and respiratory therapies that are available to residents and outpatients.
 
Being a family owned and resident centered, Ridgewood Terrace’ s mission is to provide unsurpassed care by meeting  the mental, physical, spiritual, and social needs of their residents on a personal level.
 
“We are proud to open our bridge to home rehabilitation unit here at Ridgewood Terrace,” said Mandy Matheny, Director of Marketing and Admissions. “Please come by for a tour or stop in and make a reservation.”
 
Amber Mena
SurfKY News

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