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Life Care Center of Rhea County rehabs Hood after knee replacement

Anderson Hood with Tracy Hull, physical therapist assistant

When Anderson Hood had an elective knee replacement surgery, he came to Life Care Center of Rhea County in Dayton, Tennessee, for his rehabilitation.

“I came to Life Care Center of Rhea County following my [earlier] hip replacement, so when I recently had my knee replacement, Life Care of Rhea County was my first choice,” said Hood....

Life Care Center of Rhea County hosts Rotary banquet

Missy Wood, director of The Veranda, receives the Rotarian of the Year Award from Caleb Yawn, Rotary Club president.

On June 22, 2017, Life Care Center of Rhea County in Dayton, Tennessee, hosted the annual Rotary banquet.

Approximately 50 local business men and women attended. The facility provided dinner catered by Cookie Smith and gave tours to interested parties....

Life Care Center of Rhea County, sister centers win Best of the Best

Kate Swafford, executive director

Each year, readers of the “Chattanooga Times Free Press” vote for their favorite area businesses.

Life Care Centers of America’s local facilities, including Life Care Center of Rhea County in Dayton, won first place in the Nursing Home category for the third year in a row, making them the only facilities to ever win this category (it was first presented in 2014).

Rhea County associate receives divisional customer service award

Crystal Akin, central supply associate at Life Care Center of Rhea County

Crystal Akin, central supply associate at Life Care Center of Rhea County in Dayton, Tennessee, received Life Care Centers of America’s Eastern Division Whatever It Takes And Then Some Award on Aug. 26, 2015, for her dedication to customer service.

She was chosen from among thousands of associates in the Eastern Division and was one of only eight associates from Life Care’s more than 200 facilities nationwide to receive the award.

Whatever It Takes And Then Some winners – January 2015

Alana Price, certified occupational therapy assistant, Life Care Center of Rhea County in Dayton, Tennessee, longed to communicate better with a deaf resident. Each night after work, she used her personal time at home to teach herself sign language.

 

Life Care Center of Rhea County named Best of the Best in local paper

On Dec. 31, The Herald News named Life Care Center of Rhea County in Dayton, Tennessee, as Best Nursing Home.

The local newspaper publishes a Best of the Best edition each year. Readers vote on their favorites in a variety of categories, from businesses to services to individuals, and once the results are tabulated, the paper prints the list of winners in a special section.