WATERTOWN, Wis. June 4, 2018 -- Kelly Hildebrand has been promoted to Director of Nursing at Heritage Homes. Heritage Homes offers independent living, assisted living and memory care. By providing a full continuum of care for every stage of the aging process, residents are able to stay independent, active and fully supported as long as possible. Heritage Homes is a ministry of The Lutheran Home Association.
Hildebrand joined the Heritage Home team in 2016. Hildebrand has been a good addition to the assisted living community, demonstrating a positive attitude, compassion and professionalism for the elderly.
“I’m excited to continue my journey at Heritage Homes as the Director of Nursing and continue to provide care for our residents. I’m excited to learn more techniques to provide specialized care and to also be able to educate our team members on these approaches,” said Kelly. “It was easy to say “yes” to the position as Heritage Homes supports taking care of not only the body and mind, but also the soul which fits with my personal nursing philosophy.”
Kelly’s outgoing personality and openness to innovative ideas give her a unique ability to interact with residents, families and health professionals in the community. Her efforts continue to make Heritage Homes a provider of choice in the Watertown community.
“Our entire family at Heritage Homes is looking forward to working with Kelly in her new position,” shared Barb Butler, administrator of Heritage Homes.
Hildebrand resides in Watertown with her husband, Paul, and daughter Linley.
About Heritage Homes:
With a strong history in our community and rich in local heritage, Heritage Homes is the premier choice for those wanting to stay active and independent without sacrificing luxury, style or comfort. Heritage Homes offers the right amount of personalized attention and care in a beautiful residential setting. With outstanding modern amenities & ground breaking technologies, Heritage Homes has everything you need to live an active and fulfilling life. For more information, visit myheritagehomes.org. For real-time updates, follow @TLHAword on Twitter or “Like” TLHA Heritage Homes on Facebook.
About The Lutheran Home Association:
The Lutheran Home Association is a not-for-profit ministry dedicated to providing for the spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of people in our care. We offer a wide variety of health care, housing, and spiritual outreach services with campuses in several states and congregational programs serving seniors and individuals with intellectual developmental disabilities nationwide. Services and programs include senior living, skilled nursing care, memory care, disability services, rehabilitative therapies, chaplaincy, Bible classes, worship services, and property management services. Learn more at www.tlha.org, follow @TLHAword on Twitter and “Like” us on Facebook.