Johnson City, Tn. – March 19, 2019 – Princeton Transitional Care and Assisted Living celebrated the grand opening of their new facility with an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday, March 18. Princeton is a partnership between Signature HealthCARE and Ballad Health bringing a new level of healthcare services to the Tri-Cities area.
The event began with opening remarks from Signature HealthCARE CEO and President, Joe Steier, and Ballad Health CEO, Alan Levine. Immediately after, Senator Rusty Crowe’s office presented a proclamation followed by a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Community members and attendees then enjoyed wine, hors d’oeuvres, music and tours of the beautiful facility and grounds.
“We are extremely excited about our partnership with Ballad Health,” George Burkley, Chief Strategy Officer of Signature HealthCARE, said. “The opening of this beautiful new facility and the broad range of medical and wellness services that will be provided fulfill a vision and commitment by Signature and Ballad to provide highly coordinated and effective care to those living in Johnson City and the entire region.”
The state-of-the-art community will add 60 assisted living apartments, and 47 short-term skilled-nursing and rehab private suites to Johnson City. The 73,000 square-foot facility features a streetscape with a chapel and theatre, library and media center, on-site physician office, and three beautiful courtyards with outdoor fireplace and water features.
“The care and services provided at Princeton Transitional Care and Assisted Living will offer a very supportive and positive experience for those being served,” Burkley said.
To inquire about Princeton Transitional Care or to reserve an Assisted Living apartment, call (423) 218 – 5806 or click here.