Congratulations residents and staff at Corbin Health and Rehabilitation Center on the certificate of achievement. This facility has achieved the AHCA Quality Initiative Goals of Hospitalizations and Functional Outcomes. The staff is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals they serve.
January 9 is Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Residents and staff at Corbin Health and Rehabilitation Center enjoyed having some of the Corbin City Officers over for coffee and donuts. Thank you for all you do to keep this community safe.
In keeping up with todays pop culture, residents and staff at Corbin Health and Rehabilitation Center enjoyed some Baby Yoda (nonalcoholic) yodaritas. Tasty it was.
Santa Claus made a visit to the residents of Corbin Health and Rehabilitation Center just before his big day. Thank you to every single person who has helped make this Christmas a very special one for all of the residents.
Thank you to the 8th graders of Whitley County Middle School for bringing Christmas cheer for the residents at Corbin Health and Rehabilitation Center. These cards are beautiful and really helped spread the spirit of Christmas throughout the facility.
Velvet, the Director Of Nurses at Corbin Health and Rehabilitation Center, brought her youth group the other night for the residents to enjoy for the holidays. Thanks Velvet and Redemption Harvest Youth Group of Knoxville for bringing some joy to the facility.
Corbin Health and Rehabilitation Center had their employee Christmas Party the other day. They want to wish all of their staff a very Merry Christmas. Also, thank you to all the families that sent Christmas Cards and wished the Corbin Team Merry Christmas.
The other day was National Gingerbread House Day and the residents at Corbin Health and Rehabilitation Center celebrated the only way you can, by making gingerbread houses. Quite a few residents participated and had so much fun creating their very own tasty house.
Corbin Health and Rehabilitation Center had a fantastic Holiday Dessert Gathering with their families, residents, and staff. Complete with a hot chocolate bar manned by the Administrator. Thanks to all the department heads for helping serve and the families for joining in Holiday Cheer.
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