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Hometown Pasco

Residents from Southern Pines Healthcare enjoyed a trip to Disney World on November 12th. A total of 34 residents from the Urban South Area met and enjoyed a day of rides and excitement. Many of the residents and stakeholders said they never had the opportunity to go to Disney World. This was a “Magical Moment” for our residents.

joyceSouthern Pines has been a hub of activity over the past few weeks.

In honor of Octoberfest, and by extension German culture, Southern Pines held a raffle for a rather large basket that was filled with all sorts of German foods. Joanna Ghiotto, our interim Director of Nursing, was the lucky winner.

In October, Signature HealthCARE performed Employee Engagement Surveys. These surveys are designed to help management understand how our employees are feeling about their jobs, about the company and about any of the concerns and/or issues that they may have. All participants were entered into a $50 gift card drawing, which was won by Kathy Santana, CAN.

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Robert Metnick, DPM, CWS, a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, came to Southern Pines HealthCARE Center in honor of Veteran’s Day. He gave each of our veterans a framed certificate as well as spending time thanking them for their service to our country. Dr. Metnick also brought his own military vehicles to the ceremony so that our residents could view them. We thank Dr. Metnick and his staff for their dedication to all Veterans.

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This Veterans Day, Signature HealthCARE would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to all of our nation’s military veterans, and those still actively serving. We especially want to thank all of our residents and stakeholders who served our country.

Happy Veterans Day from the Signature family to yours.

Southern Pines November Calendar 2014

During the week of Halloween, staff had a community event “Trunk-or-Treat.” Many children came to Southern Pines to receive candy from staff and patients. Patients and staff also enjoyed carving pumpkins together. Staff dressed in their costumes along with the patients on Halloween Day. Staff also performed a skit for patients and family members during the Halloween party.

On Nov. 1, Southern Pines Healthcare held a Service of Remembrance. It was a time to remember and offer prayers up on behalf of all of the faithful departed loved ones who had passed away during the year. The names of patients, stakeholder’s friends and family members were read aloud in a Roll Call. A bell sounded after each name. Special songs were played by Pastor Curt Snare during the service such as “The Borning Cry”, “Be Thou My Vision” and “When the Saints Go Marching In.” Chaplain Mike’s message was “Remembering, Reconnecting and Rejoicing”. Following the Roll Call, Monarch butterflies were released as a visible way to celebrate the lives of our loved ones.