October 5, 2012
Wisconsin Veterans Home at Chippewa Falls Seeks Nurses, Other Health Care Professionals
Health Dimensions Group to Manage Home
MADISON – Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA) Secretary John A. Scocos today announced that the Wisconsin Veterans Home at Chippewa Falls is on track to begin accepting patients in February 2013. WDVA and Health Dimensions Group (HDG), which will manage the facility, are seeking qualified health care professionals and others to staff the facility.
“The Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs has a long proud history of providing top-notch care to our state’s veterans who reside at our veterans homes,” said Secretary Scocos. “The Wisconsin Veterans Home at Chippewa Falls is our newest facility and we are excited to provide the most modern living conditions and best health care to veterans, while also providing a lasting economic boost to an important region of the state.”
The home is expected to hire 90 full-time professional jobs to the Chippewa Falls area. Veterans are strongly encouraged to apply for positions. Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to:
Human Resources Coordinator
Health Dimensions Group
4400 Baker Road, Suite 100
Minneapolis, MN 55343
“Health Dimensions Group is honored to have the opportunity to serve the veterans of Wisconsin,” said Craig Abbott, CEO at HDG. “We look forward to many years of partnership with the WDVA and Veterans Service Organizations to ensure high quality, compassionate care and service for our nation’s heroes.”
The Veterans Home at Chippewa Falls is a new, 72-bed skilled nursing facility based on the neighborhood concept. In keeping with a forward-looking model of care of creating a more home-like environment, the facility will have two neighborhoods, each having two 18-bed households.
For information about living at the home, contact Rosemary Angsten at (715) 258-4252 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health Dimensions Group has a long history of partnering with State Veterans’ Homes and the Federal Veterans Administration, as HDG team members have worked with the United States Department of Veteran Affairs for over 20 years. HDG serves over 2,800 seniors in their managed communities in Wisconsin, Minnesota, New York, Iowa, Colorado and Illinois.