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Dear Lisa (Carroll) We wanted to thank you for all you did for our family. You were so supportive and dedicated in caring for Christine. You went above and beyond your duties in helping us to set up care plans, speaking to the doctor, calling after hours to check in to see how things were going, and giving Christine and us support through a difficult time. We feel very fortunate to have had you for Christine’s nurse. You are a remarkable person and we thank you again for all you did. Sincerely, The Charles and Christine F. Family


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Whittier Bradford Transitional Care Unit

Whittier Bradford Transitional Care Unit is Deficiency Free in 2017 Massachusetts State Survey!


The annual State survey of Whittier Transitional Care Unit in Bradford, MA has been completed and after two days of inspection the survey team deemed the facility deficiency free. All standards required by the State of Massachusetts were met and no deficient practices were found. During this survey, they looked at areas of nursing, rehab, activities, human resources, social work and more, as well as meeting with resident’s and families to be sure that all requirements and standards were in compliance.
 
Zachary Wilkins, Whittier Bradford Transitional Care Unit Administrator said, “The results of this survey are a true representation of the high level of care provided by the TCU staff day in and day out.  We are very excited about this accomplishment and will continue to provide the best experience possible for all of the residents and families we serve at the TCU.  We credit the staff that dedicates all their time and effort to ensure every resident becomes a part of the Whittier family.
 
The survey process is completed by the Department of Public Health on an annual basis. The federal and state government share the responsibility for ensuring that all facilities under nursing home regulations like nursing homes and transitional care units are in compliance with all aspects of care. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in the U.S. Department of Human Services oversee the inspection program for nursing homes that participate in the federal Medicare and Medicaid programs.
 
The state surveyors commended the Transitional Care Unit on the high level of care, how beautiful the unit is and our personal favorite about how family-like the unit is.
 
Whittier Bradford Transitional Care Unit, owned and operated by Whittier Health Network, is a 20 bed unit located within Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital in Bradford, MA. It opened in April of 2016 and is Medicare and Medicaid certified. Whittier Bradford Transitional Care Unit is run by Administrator Zachary Wilkins, Medical Director Dr. Paul Liguori, and Director of Nursing Services Theresa Craig.
 
Whittier Health Network, located in Haverhill, MA, is family owned and operated. It has been providing comprehensive healthcare services to New England since 1982 and takes great pride in clinical outcomes that are superior to other providers nationwide.  Whittier has grown tremendously over the last two decades and now owns seven Longterm Care/Skilled Nursing Facilities, two Rehabilitation Hospitals, two Transitional Care Units, and an Acute Inpatient Adult & Geropsychiatric Care Hospital, as well as managing several Nursing Homes.

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