June 14, 2011
CARMEL, IND – Today, City of Carmel Mayor, Jim Brainard, joined officials from St.Vincent Health and The Barrington of Carmel, a new senior living community, to announce a one-of-a-kind partnership.
The Barrington of Carmel, a life care community expected to open in 2013, will be the only senior living community to provide residents with quality healthcare at set, monthly payments, provided by well-trusted St.Vincent Health clinicians. St.Vincent is home to the Center for Healthy Aging, which focuses on helping Indiana residents age well.
“The Center for Healthy Aging is a statewide leader in geriatric services, with more than 20 years of service to aging adults,” said Kim Jule, executive director for St.Vincent Center for Healthy Aging, Private Duty, Hospice and Home Care.
Future residents of The Barrington will not only have access one of the state’s largest healthcare providers, but also beautifully-designed homes with custom features and amenities.
“The Barrington of Carmel and St.Vincent Health share many important philosophies and approaches when it comes to serving Indiana residents,” said Raymond Goodman, CEO and board chairman of Mayflower Communities Inc., the nonprofit developer of the senior living community. “Both organizations are jointly committed to providing educational tools, informational resources and top-quality healthcare services to Carmel-area residents.”
This 18-acre, 320,000 square-foot community is currently being developed at 116th Street on Guilford Road, and will include 134 independent living, 56 assisted living, 26 dedicated memory support and 48 skilled nursing care residences.
“The development of The Barrington in Hamilton County will substantially benefit the economy, creating job opportunities and increasing economic spending,” said Mayor Brainard.
Local job opportunities for contractors and subcontractors, with as many as 200 skilled craftsmen and tradespeople, will be employed during the construction of this community. Upon completion, approximately 140 full-time employees, with a projected annual payroll and benefits exceeding $6 million, will be hired. These positions include industry-related professionals in areas of hospitality, healthcare, administration, food service and maintenance.
In addition, the Barrington of Carmel, when in operation, will purchase approximately $2 million of goods and services annually from local businesses. To-date, The Barrington of Carmel has already invested in excess of $10 million in preparation for construction.
The partnership with The Barrington of Carmel is another extension of St.Vincent Health’s ongoing commitment to Carmel residents. With services including women’s, emergency, bariatric and joint replacement services, the faith-based health system continues to serve the growing Hamilton County.
For more information about The Barrington of Carmel, call (317) 706-6760 or e-mail information@TheBarringtonofCarmel.com.
About The Barrington of CarmelThe Barrington of Carmel is guided by an experienced board of directors composed of dedicated professionals. The community subscribes to the mission of The Mayflower Communities, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation that strives to create sustainable, pre-eminent senior living communities for people who share like interests and a way of thinking that enhances the quality and dignity of life. Mayflower Communities, Inc., has partnered with Greystone Communities, Inc., of Irving, Texas, which has delivered tailored planning, development, marketing and management services to more than 400 owners and sponsors of senior living communities in 40 states. For more information about The Barrington of Carmel, visit the community’s web site at www.TheBarringtonofCarmel.org or call the Information Center at (317) 706-6760.
About St.Vincent HealthSt.Vincent Health is a nonprofit, spiritually-centered health system, sponsored by Ascension Health of St. Louis, MO., the nation’s largest Catholic health system. St.Vincent Health is one of Indiana’s largest employers with 20 health ministries serving 47 counties in central Indiana. The 129-year-old health system delivers high quality, compassionate care in service areas such as cardiovascular, womens, childrens, neurosciences, cancer care, orthopedics, bariatrics, primary care, emergency medicine, imaging, general surgery and long-term acute care. For more information, visit www.stvincent.org.
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