Louisville hospital to add new care center
Louisville Courier-Journal, March 19, 2008
The Masonic Home of Louisville expects to start work next month on a new skilled-care nursing facility at its 81-acre campus off Frankfort Avenue. The $25 million, 136-bed Louisville Care Center would have about 180,000 square feet, making it more than three times larger than the skilled-care center it would replace, the St. John's Day League HealthCare Center. The new center will include areas for residents with late-stage Alzheimer's disease, rehabilitation and a dialysis clinic that will be open to the public.
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