Pueblo Primrose employee Heidi Brooks and Regional Operations Manager Jim Heller show Excellence in Action Award
PUEBLO, CO – Primrose Retirement Community of Pueblo has received the Excellence in Action award from the National Research Corporation. This honor recognizes senior living organizations that achieve the highest levels of excellence with regards to Resident satisfaction.
“Every year, we are exceptionally honored to award these fine organizations for their excellent quality and care given toward their residents and employees,” said Susan L. Henricks, President and COO of National Research. “Every day these providers are making a difference in the lives of residents and employees to ensure they are receiving the utmost quality of care.”
“I am incredibly proud of our Pueblo Executive Director, Gina Drown, and her team,” said Primrose Retirement Communities Regional Operations Manager Jim Heller. “The devotion and service they provide to our Residents every day are exactly what Primrose is all about.”
Primrose Retirement Community of Pueblo, opened in 2010, consists of 40 Independent Living apartment homes and 40 Assisted Living apartment homes.
Primrose Retirement Communities, LLC, headquartered in Aberdeen, South Dakota, provides high-quality independent and assisted living communities across the country and specializes in personalized services and resident-focused care. Founded in 1989, the mission of Primrose Retirement Communities is to create a happy and healthy living environment for seniors. From the opening of the first Primrose community in 1991 in Aberdeen, Primrose has grown to now include 30 locations in 15 states, with two currently under construction.
For more information about Primrose Retirement Communities, visit www.primroseretirement.com.
To find out more about the retirement living experience at Primrose, please contact your nearest Primrose Retirement Community today to see more of our fun and social living. We’ll happily answer all your questions and show you around our beautiful communities. Come see why we say, THIS IS LIVING!