Holland Construction Services joined with staff and residents of Oak Hill, along with members of the Waterloo community, at a ground breaking celebration for Oak Hill’s new transitional care center.
The approximate 16,000 square-foot addition, called Evergreen Pointe, will include 7 long-term private rooms in addition to a short-term rehab unit with 14 private rooms. The new addition will also feature a dining room, common area, and courtyard.
“The purpose of this addition will be to provide services to those who are just coming to Oak Hill for a short-term rehabilitative stay while recovering from a surgery or illness such as a hip fracture, knee replacement, stroke, etc,” said Kim Keckritz, Administrator at Oak Hill.
Oak Hill has been servicing the residents of Monroe County for over 65 years. In addition to their rehabilitation services, they also offer senior living apartments, memory care, and skilled care.
Grubbs & Associates out of Hazelwood, Missouri, is the architect on the project. Work on the new addition is scheduled to be complete in May 2017.