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Posted: Friday, July 19, 2013 7:27 am

Arbor Nursing Center in Lodi, owned and operated by Covenant Care, has received the highest award given to any of the system’s facilities: the Chairman’s Award for 2012!

To qualify for the Chairman’s Award, a facility must meet several standards, including: exceeding clinical standards; positive Federal and State Survey Outcomes; low turnover and positive employee relations; and exceeding accounts receivable guidelines and financial expectations.

The center must also demonstrate that they have: mentored other facilities; been a “model” Covenant Care facility; been a provider of choice in their community for patients and employees; and been actively involved as a member of their local community.

Only one facility is recognized in the Covenant Care West Operational Area, out of a total of 57. Arbor Nursing Center met all of the above criteria.

On June 4, Tyah Petersen newly appointed CEO designation and the administrator at Arbor Nursing Center for the past 21⁄2 years, received the highly coveted Chairman’s Award from Bob Levine, CEO and president of Covenant Care.

Arbor Nursing Center had a celebration on June 4 to thank all of the staff for their hard work and our community business partners for their continued support.

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