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ERS Announces 2018 Martindell Award Winners

Bonnie Green, Resident Assistant at Marjorie P. Lee with Susannah Jonas, Stephanie Anton, Brenda McIntyre, and Judi Dean.

Every year, Episcopal Retirement Services honors non-management team members who have gone above and beyond the call of duty to exemplify our person-centered values and actions with the Martindell Award.

The Martindell Award was established by the late Trish Martindell, who served on the ERS board for seven years. Her inspiration for the award came to her father John Wahlberg’s caregivers at ERS.

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ERS Completes $4.25 Million Capital Campaign for Marjorie P. Lee Renovations

We have exciting news here at Episcopal Retirement Services: This fall, we completed a $4.25 million capital campaign in support of the $20 million renovation of the Marjorie P. Lee retirement community in Cincinnati’s Hyde Park neighborhood.

We achieved this monumental goal thanks to the generosity of 90 individual donors, foundations and faith-based supporters. The completion of the capital campaign will ensure that ERS completes the $20 million renovation in its entirety. The balance of capital needed to finance the renovation came from a 2017 bond issuance that was privately placed at BMO Harris Bank in addition to ERS cash.

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It's Official: 2017 Was ERS's Best Year Yet

The 2017 annual report for Episcopal Retirement Services is out, and it’s official: 2017 was our best year yet.

We mean that not only financially, but also in many other areas that support our mission of person-centered, dignified care for seniors in our community.

“This rock-solid position will not be a place for us to rest on our laurels as an organization. We plan instead for it to be a launch pad for ERS to lead future innovation in aging-care services,” said ERS President & CEO Laura Lamb in the Spring Issue of Linkage.

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ERS Gets High Marks on Re-Accreditation

Here at Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS), we take our residents’ safety, security and quality of life very seriously.

We continuously train our team members and consistently reinforce that training. We proactively maintain our properties. Most importantly, we take a person-centered approach to rendering elder care.

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It's Never 2 Late for Premier Memory Support

Episcopal Retirement Services is dedicated to offering premier programs for memory support.

One such program is It’s Never 2 Late (IN2L), which is part of the comprehensive suite of Living Well Memory Support therapies we offer in our flagship Marjorie P. Lee and Deupree House retirement communities, in Cincinnati’s Hyde Park neighborhood.

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Why We Changed Our Name to Episcopal Retirement Services

You may already have heard the news: We have changed our name. After 65 years operating as Episcopal Retirement Homes (ERH), we are now Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS).

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Wonderful Chefs Make Living in These Retirement Communities a Treat

Residents of the Marjorie P. Lee and Deupree House retirement communities in Cincinnati know good cuisine. Episcopal Retirement Homes (ERH) takes great care to make sure that residents are getting not only the proper nutrition, but that they have exciting, scrumptious dining options every day. Having expert chefs at the helm in each retirement center’s culinary department certainly helps.

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ERH Provides Internationally Accredited Senior Living

 

If you’ve been looking for a place to have the best senior living experience and receive any necessary care from one of the most qualified providers, consider making an Episcopal Retirement Homes community your home.

This past year, the service and care we provide at three of our communities—Deupree House, Deupree House Skilled Nursing Cottages, and Marjorie P. Lee— were certified by an independent organization of outside examiners. All of these Episcopal Retirement Homes communities received the highest level of accreditation possible by meeting internationally recognized organizational and program standards from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CCAC).

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