News & Updates

Success Story – Oct – Mr. Foti

Mr. Foti came to Spanish Hills Wellness Suites over two years ago, functioning at modified independence level.His recent hospitalization caused him to be bed-bound and totally dependent with ADLs and mobility for almost 7 months.With the support...

Success Story – Sept – Ms. Soto

Ms. Soto is a long-term care resident here at Spanish Hills Wellness Suites and is on her way to returning to walking within the community after 5 years being wheelchair-bound. Through her dedication and participation with therapy, Ms. Soto was...

Success Story – June – Ann

Ann was admitted to Spanish Hills a year ago after suffering a stroke that impacted the right side of her body, leaving her unable to control her arm or leg. Unable to safely return home she became a long-term resident at the facility. At the time...
Success Story – May – George Fischer

Success Story – May – George Fischer

George was admitted to Spanish Hills after ongoing complications with Covid. At arrival, he was bed bound and required substantial assistance for all daily tasks and was unable to eat or drink. Motivated to get down to the gym each day and interact with staff and other patients during his therapy sessions allowed him to make consistent progress. After nearly two months of dedication, he is now able to stand and walk independently, manage his selfcare routine, and eat some of his favorite foods again.

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Testimonial-Rodney G.

Testimonial-Rodney G.

I am a patient here at Spanish hills wellness suites my situation is that I was hit by a car ran over and left for dead I was taken to sunrise hospital where I spent a week where I had surgery done then from there taken to encompass rehabilitation center where I spent...

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Testimonial-Jack Z.

Testimonial-Jack Z.

My sister was in a skilled nursing facility/hospice for the last several years in Los Angeles, California.When I went to visit her in California I could not believe the type of attention she was receiving in Los Angeles... and was worried about her passing. I came...

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