UTICA, N.Y. -- Heritage Healthcare, in Utica, has a new name and identity, the big announcement was made Tuesday, by way of a ribbon cutting.
It's it now called, 'the Grand'- Rehabilitation and Nursing.
The Grand came in two years ago as a consultant, and recently, the Department of Health approved their application to buy Heritage Healthcare.
So it's now called 'The Grand' and is one of 18 facilities the group owns in New York state.
The new CEO says people can expect some big changes.
“A year and a half ago we renovated one floor, one 28-bed unit. Hopefully within the next two months, we'll be starting the full facility renovation. We already have under contract brand - new elevators,” said CEO Jeremy Strauss.
Strauss told employees he wants them to treat every guest like their own mother, and every fellow staffer like a sibling.
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