Union City, GA - ChristianCity’s President/CEO Bob Crutchfield recently addressed a packed Town Hall meeting to reveal plans for expansion and growth. “After years of hard work, the Board of Trustees approved a long range, strategic plan for ChristianCity”, Mr. Crutchfiled stated. He then explained the ambitious plans for campus improvements as well as new services to become available over the next several months. ChristianCity sits on almost 500 acres just south of AtlantaHartsfieldAirport in Union City, and is home to over 1,000 seniors, as well as being a residential program for less fortunate children.
Some Campus Renovations will take place soon, while more expansive infrastructure changes will be possible as the economy improves. There has already been an increase in clinical staffing, new operational policies and procedures, and new technologies. Additional services becoming available in the next couple of months include: home health services, point of sale pharmacy, hospice care, SOURCE, expanded physical/speech/occupational therapy, and renovations of portions of the skilled nursing and assisted living facilities.The major infrastructure plans include: new assisted living and memory support facilities, internal roadways, additional life leasing housing, life and activity center, senior community center, health club and pool, a new ministry to developmentally disabled adults, phase two of The Children’s Village, and much more.
A major part of Mr. Crutchfield’s presentation was devoted to extraordinary efforts being made to ensure and strengthen ChristianCity’s commitment to quality care according to the principles of the Christian faith. “We are here to be loving people who love people in need in the name of Christ. That was our mission in the beginning and remains our mission and calling today”, Crutchfield said.
Crutchfield went on to say, “ChristianCity’s committed staff has been providing quality residential, health and social services, and opportunities for spiritual growth since 1965. Our 44 year reputation for excellent care for seniors comes from our passion to radiate the love of Christ. This results in extraordinary care, because it’s not our job—it’s our mission!”
For more information about ChristianCity and their services for seniors, the elderly and infirm as well as their residential programs for abandoned and abused children, please visit http://www.christiancity.org/, or call 770-703-2636
Photo Caption: President/CEO Bob Crutchfield addresses a packed Town Hall Meeting